There are a lot of fantastic places to visit in New Jersey.

Regardless of whether you're an outdoorsy person, a beach bum, or like to check out little hidden gems, there's something cool to check out for everyone.

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For example, you could go check out the most unique roadside attraction in Jersey which is an 18-foot statue that looks like a combo of Jackie Kennedy and Wonder Woman.

You can read more on that right here. 

However, let's say you prefer a little peace and quiet while you enjoy the Garden State.

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Photo by Blair Morris on Unsplash

Then you're in luck because Jersey is home to one of the most remote, beautiful places in the entire country.

And the best part is that this place is located right near the heart of the Jersey Shore making the peace and quiet of this spot easily accessible to anyone who wants to enjoy it.

What Area Is Being Called NJ's Most Beautiful And Remote Location?

It does seem a little ironic that you can so easily get to this remote area, but that just makes it easier for any New Jersey resident who wants to check it out.

It's a place that's home to large salt marshes, meadows, and forests and is even a pretty big flyover location for certain types of migratory birds.

There's a good chance you can even see a Bald Eagle while you're exploring and enjoying the quiet remote location.

Photo by Richard Lee on Unsplash
Photo by Richard Lee on Unsplash

According to Love Exploring, the Edwin B. Forsythe National Wildlife Refuge is one of the most remote and beautiful places in the state.

According to Edwin B. Forsythe's website, the park spans about 50 miles of salt marshes that are just behind the coastline.

And if you can't make it out in person, the park also offers virtual tours if you want to get an idea of what it's like before you check it out!

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