New Jersey

The Garden State has a moderate climate, which makes it perfect for farming but also allows pests to reproduce rapidly. Along with bed bugs, pests like termites, rodents, ants and bees are prevalent throughout the state. Still, it’s hard not to love New Jersey, which boasts plenty of cultural diversity and a rich history.

When most people think of New Jersey, they think of the shore; Cape May, Seaside Heights, Point Pleasant Beach and more are all unique and feature shopping, architecture, and of course, surf and sand. For those interested in giving their mind a workout, the Liberty Science Center in Jersey City and the Thomas Edison National Historical Park in West Orange certainly fit the bill. Battleship New Jersey, the Princeton University Art Museum, and the Hoboken Waterfront Walkway are other “can’t miss” attractions in this incredible state.


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