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Stay Close to Home! Fun New Jersey Family Spring Break Ideas 2024!

There’s no need to travel outside of New Jersey for an amazing spring break! Make amazing memories with these NJ family spring break ideas, for kids, teens, and young adults.

With gas prices still fluctuating you may be asking yourself what New Jersey spring break activities are there? Can a spring break in New Jersey still be as fun as leaving the state?

It absolutely can!

The kids might be off from school but that doesn’t mean spring break has to be boring or full of costly activities. Our guide to New Jersey family spring break ideas includes free activities, cheap activities, and attractions where we can save you money.

Or perhaps you’re saying Jenn, my kids aren’t babies anymore. They’re not even teens. How do I make the most of their college spring breaks? What can our family do together on spring break?

I got you! I can completely relate. I’ve got one young adult at college and another going off to college next year. My ‘baby’ has a few more years. So as I put together this year’s family spring break ideas, I’m including additional notes about the best ages for each spring break activity and why your kid, teen, or young adult might love it.

Want to head across a bridge for a day trip as part of your family spring break ideas? We’ve got ideas for that too.

New Jersey Family Spring Break Ideas image with road signs that say spring break

2024 Spring Break in New Jersey

When is Spring Break 2024 in New Jersey?

Most of the time spring break in New Jersey is based on when Easter falls on the calendar. Easter this year is Sunday, March 31, 2024, meaning that spring break in New Jersey will likely fall sometime between Friday, March 22, 2024 and Sunday, April 7, 2024, for most kids and teens. Some NJ school districts will take the week before Easter for spring break. Some will take the week after Easter for spring break.

Still, other school districts will take a spring break in April with a long weekend on Easter weekend. One thing is true, NJ school districts are not state mandated for spring break dates. The school board can choose whatever dates they choose. If your children are in different districts or systems (high school versus middle school and elementary schools) or you teach in a different district than your kids, you could all end up on a different spring break schedule.

A quick look at college academic calendars in our area also reveals that local college spring break schedules vary greatly as well.

How Long is Spring Break?

Spring break is usually 7-9 days, five weekdays and the weekend before and after that week. Some school districts do make it shorter, especially if a school had to close for snow days. With no or very few snow days this winter, many students will enjoy a longer spring break.

Tips for Families with Different Spring Break Schedules

What’s a family to do if everyone is on a different spring break schedule? First, don’t give up on thinking about family spring break ideas. You can do this. You just have to be creative.

  • Look for the overlap in dates and try to plan something for those overlapping dates.
  • Consider shorter day trips or a short staycation versus a longer spring break getaway. Can you go away during a spring weekend?
  • Plan individual one-on-one time with the kids. If your kids are on different schedules do something individually with each kid and do family activities together when the schedule allows.
  • Don’t rule out a mental health day or playing hooky. If you just can’t get everyone’s schedule to mesh then consider finding a time to take off that is not too disruptive to the school schedule. Hooky days, mental health days, are good. Family time together is always worth it.

My kids are all different ages. What can we do together this spring break?

Again, it is possible to find family spring break activities everyone will enjoy: kids, teens, young adults, and parents. As we update each spring break activity for 2024 we’ll include our ideas for what activities are best for kids, teens, and young adults and where there’s overlap.

The Best NJ Family Spring Break Destinations

Our favorite family spring break ideas are also the best New Jersey destinations for spring break. Bonus we can also help you save money on some of these NJ spring break activities with discount codes and promos.

Considering spring break includes Easter Weekend, if you plan to visit one of these attractions on either Good Friday, Easter Sunday, or Easter Monday please confirm with the location their schedule for that day.

BUILD a Fun memory at Legoland Discovery Center in East Rutherford NJ

Kids love to build with Legos. Why not take them somewhere they can build big and see replicas of big buildings made out of Legos? Legoland Discovery Center NJ even offers an indoor playground, 4D movies, and Lego building workshops.

There’s a special area with Duplo blocks for little kids and your big kids and teens may enjoy learning to build slightly difficult structures in a Lego master builder class.

Save money with discount tickets to these Legoland attractions.


Dive Deep to Discover Sea Life Aquarium in East Rutherford NJ.

Next door to the Legoland Discovery Center New Jersey is Seal Life Aquarium NJ. Dive deep into an underwater adventure. Disco with Jellyfish. Bubble up in a tank. Touch a starfish. Learn about discount tickets to Sealife Aquarium and its attractions. 

Any child or teen who loves sea life will love the aquarium. Get some fabulous photos of them against one of the tanks or full wall murals.

Other New Jersey Aquariums Open During Spring Break:


Get Soaked at the Big Kahuna in West Berlin NJ

It’s too cold for an outdoor waterpark at the Jersey Shore, but you can still enjoy indoor waterpark fun at the Big Kahuna (formerly Sahara Sams). Waterslides, wave pool, and a lazy river all make this one of our great family spring break ideas in New Jersey.

While little ones can enjoy the toddler play area, big kids can enjoy the pool, water basketball, and crossing the pads. Kids of all ages will enjoy the water slides, lazy river, and water playground. Teens looking for a thrill can even try out surfing.

  • Other Nearby Indoor Water Parks Open During Spring Break:
    • DreamWorks in American Dream Mall
    • Kalahari Indoor Water Park
    • Kartrite Resort and Indoor Water Park
    • Great Wolf Lodge

Dine with the Queen in Lyndhurst, NJ

A meal you don’t have to cook and a knightly battle the whole family will enjoy. Yes, your teens will even get into this. Mine keep asking to go back. All of these reasons make for why a trip to the Medieval Times New Jersey makes our list of family spring break ideas.

During March, the queen will be hosting nightly dinners (and some lunches) and jousts from Thursdays through Sundays. Most of April follows the same schedule, but between April 1 and April 7, 2024, there are daily dinners (or lunches) and tournaments.

Our discount tickets to Medieval Times New Jersey are popular year-round but especially when the kids are off from school.

Boys cheering on the knights at Medieval Times Dinner and Tournament in New Jersey photo credit Jersey Family Fun

Spend a Day at a Family Fun Center in New Jersey

Know how you take your kids someplace and find there’s so much to do you can’t fit it all into your visit? Take a NJ spring break day to visit one of these NJ family fun centers.

  • iPlay America in Freehold NJ offers boardwalk games, Ballocity, an arcade, rides, laser tag, Top Golf and more.
  • Urban Air locations offer more than an indoor trampoline park. They offer trampolines, dodgeball courts, a battle beam, ninja zone, laser tag, bumper cars, climbing walls, bowling, go-carts, and more.
  • The Funplexes in East Hanover and Mt. Laurel offer an arcade, bowling, laser tag, bumper cars, and more.

These family fun centers are perfect for families with kids of different ages as everyone can do their own thing AND come back to do activities together.

Check Out These Night Lights Before They Go Out

If your spring break is in March make time to visit Night Forms at Grounds for Sculpture. It’s only there until April 7, 2024. It’s something the whole family will be in awe of. Kids will think the flowing colors are neat and teens will think the images are worthy for their social media pictures and videos. Who can blame them when what you’ll see will be so captivating?

Night Forms, created by Klip Collective, is a multi-sensory light and sound experience that takes place throughout the Grounds For Sculpture art and horticulture collection.

We had the opportunity to visit at the beginning of its run and it was truly incredible and special. At every turn, there was something to see and watch. Often we found ourselves frozen in place mesmerized by the changing lights and images projected on the sculptures and trees.

Nightforms at Grounds for Sculpture - Winter break activities at Grounds for Sculpture in Princeton New Jersey

Special Family Spring Break Ideas Available in New Jersey for a Limited Time

These family-friendly activities in New Jersey are only available during spring break.

NJ State Museum Spring Break Activities

The NJ State Museum will have planetarium shows and special spring break activities between March 26 – 28, 2024.

  • Create your own spring flowers, based on the art of Arthur B. Carles Jr., featured in the American Perspectives gallery.
  • Planetarium shows include Áróra, Magic Treehouse: Space Mission, and Dinosaurs of Antarctica, a new planetarium show.

Free New Jersey Family Spring Break Ideas

Sometimes you don’t want to spend a lot of money during spring break. Sometimes you need cheap spring break ideas. All of these free places to visit would make great activities while your kids are off from school. Do call ahead or visit their website for hours as not all are open every day.

Visit with Animals

Kids love animals! Spring break can be the perfect time to visit with animals at farms and zoos across New Jersey.

Funny Farm Animal Rescue in Mays Landing

Funny Farm Rescue, 6908 Railroad Blvd, Mays Landing, 609-742-9410. Southern New Jersey’s largest animal rescue. For more information visit their website. Teens looking for service hours or a chance to volunteer over spring break can do so at the Funny Farm.

with goat at Funny Farm Animal Rescue in Mays Landing NJ
Funny Farm animal rescue

Cape May County Park and Zoo in Cape May Court House

Cape May County Park and Zoo, 707 North Route 9, Cape May Court House, 609-465-5271. More than 25 animals to observe at this popular free zoo. For more information visit their website.

Cape May Zoo
Even the tigers are ready to play – Photo Credit Jersey Family Fun

Cohanzick Zoo in Bridgeton

Cohanzick Zoo, 45 Mayor Aitken Drive, Bridgeton, 856-453-1658. New Jersey’s first zoo, located on 15 acres featuring over 100 animals. For more information visit their website.

Animal eating at Cohanzick Zoo
We were able to see many of the animals being fed when we arrived at 9:30 at Cohanzick Zoo.

Hawk Rise Sanctuary in Linden

Hawk Rise Sanctuary, 1811 Lower Road, Linden, 908-396-6386. Hawk Rise was opened in 2012 and is maintained by the NJ Audubon. The flat trails inside are about 1.5 miles long, and the sanctuary spans 95 acres. For more information visit their website

Hawk Rise Sanctuary in Linden

Visit our guide to see the Best Places to See Animals for Free in New Jersey for more New Jersey spring break activities involving animals.


Take a Trip to a NEW NJ Museum

These museums aren’t new but they might be NEW to you. Check out these local New Jersey museums with free admission.

African American Heritage Museum of Southern New Jersey

African American Heritage Museum of Southern New Jersey – 661 Jackson Rd, Newtonville, 609-704-5495, and at 6500 Fairmont Avenue in Atlantic City. Atlantic County. For more information please visit their website. Read our African American Heritage Museum of Southern New Jersey museum review in this article, Eye Opening Exhibits at the African American Heritage Museum of Southern New Jersey.

Stereotypes on Exhibit at African American Heritage Museum of Southern New Jersey Atlantic City location photo credit Jersey Family Fun
Stereotypes on Exhibit at African American Heritage Museum of Southern New Jersey Atlantic City location

National Guard Militia Museum in Sea Girt

National Guard Militia Museum, 66 Camp Drive, Sea Girt, 732-974-5966. colonization through the War for Independence to the Civil War, World Wars I and II, and up to the present day. For more information visit their website.

New Jersey State Police Museum in Ewing Township

New Jersey State Police Museum, 1040 River Road, Ewing Township, 609-882-2000. Museum and learning center open daily. For more information visit their website.

Get Inspired by Art

Noyes Museum of Art

Noyes Museum of Art – 4 locations in Southern New Jersey, 609-626-3420: Atlantic County~ See their list of locations here. Read our Noyes Museum of Art museum review in Noyes Museum of Art – Explore Art with Your Kids.

Noyes Museum of Art in Claridge Hotel Artwork of Ventnor Library
My boys taking notes on their favorite piece of art.

Heritage Glass Museum in Glassboro

Heritage Glass Museum, 25 High Street E, Glassboro, 856-881-7468. Featuring exhibits of historic glass, bottles, and animal glass art figurines. For more information visit their website.

Princeton University Art Museum

Princeton University Art Museum, Princeton University Campus, 609-258-3788. More than 110,000 works of art of universal scope. One quick note, the main museum building is closed for construction of a new Museum, designed by architect Sir David Adjaye and anticipated to open in spring 2025. For more information visit their website.

Zimmerli Art Museum in New Brunswick

Zimmerli Art Museum, 71 Hamilton Street, New Brunswick, 848-932-7237. A teaching museum with over 60,000 works of art on the Rutgers New Brunswick campus. For more information visit their website

Explore a New Jersey State Park

We have so many wonderful state parks throughout New Jersey. Here are some of our favorites. Enjoy one during your spring break in New Jersey.

Cape May Point State Park in Cape May Point

Cape May Point State Park nature trails & buildings, Light House Avenue, Cape May Point, 609-884-2159. The environmental center houses a museum and classrooms for programming. For more information visit their website.

Cape May Point lighthouse at Cape May Point State Park
Cape May Point State Park observation point on a hiking trail

Historic Batsto Village at Wharton State Forest

Batsto Village, 31 Batsto Rd, Hammonton, 609-561-0024. Historic site in the South Central Pinelands of New Jersey. Focusing on 18th and 19th century life, with tours and demonstrations available for visitors. For more information visit their website or see our schedule of tours for Historic Batsto Village.

Historic Batsto Village NJ
Historic Batsto Village

Fort Mott State Park in Pennsville

If your kids like to have make-believe battles with forts and lookout towers, Fort Mott State Park is definitely a place you have to explore with them. It was a really neat location. The fort, the gun emplacements, the lookout towers … it reminded me of playtime with my boys and their army men. Read our Visit Fort Mott State Park with Kids guide to learn how to make this part of your New Jersey spring break activities.

Climbing walls of Battery Gregg at Fort Mott

Liberty State Park in Jersey City

Liberty State Park in Jersey City is another one of my favorite New Jersey state parks. While Liberty State Park’s most majestic attraction may be the Statue of Liberty that sits in the New York Harbor, you would be doing yourself and your kids a disservice to overlook what else this North Jersey New Jersey State Park offers. Admission is free so there’s no reason not to check out as much as you can.

Within this 1212-acre park are magnificent views of the New York City Manhattan skyline, wide open trails, trains, amazing playgrounds, and a new nature and science center. Learn more and plan your trip with our guide, Visit Liberty State Park NJ with Kids.

Central Railroad of New Jersey Terminal at Liberty State Park in Jersey City
Central Railroad of New Jersey Terminal at Liberty State Park

For more state parks to visit check out our guide to the Best New Jersey State Parks.

Tour a National Park

Sandy Hook

Fort Hancock Historic District, Sandy Hook, 732-872-5970. Military fort active until 1974 with historic buildings and lighthouse open for visitors. For more information visit their website or read about things to do at Sandy Hook.

Sandy hook with kids

Click over to our guide to National Parks in New Jersey for more great National Parks to visit this spring break.

Hike to a Waterfall

Paterson Great Falls

Our first waterfall, our favorite, Paterson Great Falls doesn’t require hiking at all. It’s a short paved path for breathtaking views. Paterson Great Falls, 72 McBride Avenue, Paterson, 973-523-2210. The park offers tours of the Falls and the history of the surrounding area. For more information visit their website.

National Historical Park Paterson Great Falls in Paterson New Jersey
National Historical Park Paterson Great Falls in Paterson New Jersey

Springtime is one of the best times to visit waterfalls. The falls aren’t frozen from the winter cold and the water level isn’t low due to evaporation from summer heat. We can help you find all the waterfalls in New Jersey with our guide to New Jersey hiking trails with waterfalls.

Try on Farm Life

While some New Jersey farms do have an admission price there are some that offer a day of fun at absolutely no cost.

Historic Longstreet Farm

Historic Longstreet Farm, 44 Longstreet Road, Holmdel, 732-946-3758. Nine-acre farm recreating life in the 1890s. For more information visit their website.

chickens at longstreet farm in Monmouth county
Chickens at Longstreet Farm in Monmouth County

Howell Living History Farm

Howell Living History Farm, 70 Woodens Lane, Lambertville 609-737-3299. Discover rural living circa 1900 at this county-owned farm. For more information visit their website.


Get in Touch With Nature

Jakes Branch Nature Center in Beachwood

Jakes Branch Nature Center, 1100 Double Trouble Road, Beachwood, 732-281-2750. Highlighting the beauty of the Pine Barrens and featuring live animal programming. For more information visit their website.

Jakes Branch County Park
There are many hands on activities at Jakes Branch County Park.

Manasquan Reservoir Environmental Center in Howell

Manasquan Reservoir Environmental Center, 331 Georgia Tavern Road, Howell, 732-751-9453. Featuring interactive exhibits and programming related to wetlands ecology. For more information visit their website

Manasquan Reservoir
Manasquan Reservoir Environmental Center

Palmyra Nature Cove

Palmyra Nature Cove, 1335 NJ-73, Palmyra, 856-829-1900 ext. 1264. The park is a 250-acre urban oasis along a highly developed area on the Delaware River. Habitats include wetlands, woodlands, meadows, wild creek and river shoreline, and a freshwater Tidal Cove after which the park is named. For more information visit their website.

Palmyra Nature Cove
Light up Trail Display at Palmyra Cove Nature Park

Somerset County Environmental Center in Basking Ridge

Somerset County Environmental Center, 190 Lord Stirling Road, Basking Ridge, 908-722-1200 ext. 5002.  The Somerset County Park Commission Environmental Education Center at Lord Stirling Park has 450+ acres with 8 miles of hiking trails. They offer year round Naturalist-led programs, special events, volunteer opportunities, and exhibits. For more information visit their website.

Trailside Nature Center in Mountainside

Trailside Nature Center, 452 New Providence Road, Mountainside, 908-789-3670. Trailside Nature & Science Center is Union County’s Environmental Education Center, located in the Watchung Reservation, a 2,065-acre preserve containing woodlands, fields, lakes, streams and more than 13 miles of hiking trails. For more information visit their website.

life-sized wigwam Lenapi native american tent
Lenapi teepee at Trailside Nature and Science Center

Nature Center of Cape May

Nature Center of Cape May, 1600 Delaware Avenue, Cape May, 609-427-3045. The Nature Center of Cape May offers marine science, natural history and environmental programs. For more information visit their website.

Hike a Trail

Egg Harbor Township Nature Reserve

Egg Harbor Township Nature Reserve, 317 Zion Road, Egg Harbor Township. The Environmental Learning Center features a nature trail to enhance the study of trees, gardens, and meadows. For more information visit their website.

View of egret at the lake at Egg Harbor Township Nature Reserve

Hike the Stairway to Heaven Trail in Wawayanda State Park

The ascent to the Pinwheel Vista on the Stairway to Heaven trail in Wawayanda State Park is an extremely rewarding and enjoyable hike that leads to one of the most stunning views in the state. Have you tried hiking it with kids? Perhaps give it a try over spring break. We’ve got tips and information in our Hike the Stairway to Heaven Trail in Wawayanda State Park article.

Stairway to Heaven trail hike in New Jersey highlands
Stairway to Heaven trail hike in New Jersey highlands

Here are a few more ideas for hiking trails:

Climb a Lighthouse

Barnegat Lighthouse

While there’s a charge to visit Barnegat Lighthouse during the summer months, it’s free to visit until Memorial Day. Originally lit in 1859 this lighthouse offers a panoramic view of LBI and Island Beach at the top of its 217 steps. For more information visit their website.

Barnegat Lighthouse
Barnegat Lighthouse up close

Twin Lights Historic Site in Highlands

Twin Lights Historic Site, 2 Light House Road, Highlands, 732-872 1814. Climb 250 feet above sea level and view the Shrewsbury from the Twin Lights, built in 1828. For more information visit their website.

Learn more about New Jersey lighthouses.

Spring Through the Garden

New Jersey Botanical Garden in Ringwood

New Jersey Botanical Garden (parking is free until Memorial Day) is located on a former college campus and operated by the state to preserve and restore the gardens and Manor House on the property. For more information visit their website.

Reeves-Reed Arboretum in Summit

Reeves-Reed Arboretum is a historic estate and garden that offers public programming and trails. For more information visit their website.

Reeves-Reed Arboretum

Find more gardens to explore in our guide to New Jersey Botanical Gardens and Arboretums.

More Free Things to do During Spring Break

Tour the New Jersey State House in Trenton

New Jersey State House, 145 West State Street, Trenton, 609-847-3150. The State House offers tours and programs to highlight the history of New Jersey and the legislative process. For more information visit their website.

New Jersey State House Tour

Walk Through the Kuser Farm Mansion in Hamilton Township

Kuser Farm Mansion, 390 Newkirk Avenue, Hamilton Township, 609-890-3630. Queen Anne country home built in 1892 open for programming and tours. For more information visit their website.

Pay Tribute to Fallen Soldiers at the Korean War Memorial in Atlantic City

The Korean War Memorial, 124 Park Place, Atlantic City, 609-345-2500. Memorial on the Atlantic City Boardwalk honoring Korean War soldiers. For more information visit their website.

Bowl a Strike

Visit our guide to New Jersey Bowling Alleys to see if your local bowling alley will be participating in Kids Bowl Free. There are a few that will start their programs in April allowing you to take the kids bowling for free during spring break.

kid bowling in Kids Bowl Free program

Plan a Beach Day

You might not be able to swim at New Jersey beaches, but you can still have fun building sandcastles and walking the boardwalk. Take a look at our guide to New Jersey Beaches for more information on our fabulous beaches.

Auer boys on the beach
The Auer boys have enjoyed the beach since they were little. We don’t plan on stopping anytime soon.

Take the Playground Challenge

Challenge yourself to visit as many New Jersey Parks and Playgrounds as you can over spring break. Last summer we visited 100 NJ playgrounds and wrote about them. Find one you haven’t visited.

Scott E Merulla Playground in Belmar O-Zone Climber

For more ideas for free spring break activities in New Jersey visit our guide to Free Places to Visit in New Jersey or free places to visit in your community.

Several free events and free places to visit during spring break are listed on our Calendar of Events, take a look.

Cheap New Jersey Family Spring Break Ideas for Kids and Teens

Take on Tuckerton

A lighthouse to climb, a pirate ship playground for pretending, a boardwalk to walk, a nature trail to explore, surfboards to ride, a Jersey Devil to avoid, there’s so much to do at the Tuckerton Seaport. With a $5 admission price you can’t beat the Seaport for a spring break in New Jersey destination. Get more ideas for things to do in our 27 Things to Try on Tuckerton Staycations or visit their website for their current activities and events.


Ride a Train

Are your kids into trains? Did your big kids like them when they were younger? New Jersey offers several places for your family to see and ride trains in New Jersey. Many offer train rides for less than $10 a person. Visit our guide to New Jersey Train Rides Near Me: A Guide to NJ Train Rides for Kids for more information.

Patcong Valley model railroad 050

Challenge the Kids to Retro Video Games

A visit to the Silver Ball Museum is another fun NJ spring break idea. We were all so excited to make our first visit to this New Jersey pinball museum a few years ago. The Silver Ball Museum is in Asbury Park, right on the boardwalk. Open year round, you don’t need to wait until summer to enjoy some old fashioned gaming. Click over to watch our video tour of New Jersey’s pinball museum in this Facebook Live video. Not local to Asbury Park, visit our guide to New Jersey arcades to find nearby arcades.

Silverball Museum Pinball Arcade in Asbury Park, New Jersey

Seek Out Animals

Lakota Wolf Preserve

Located in Columbia, NJ, the Lakota Wolf Preserve offers a unique experience for kids and parents. Families will have the opportunity to explore and learn about wolves. Wolf Watch Tours are offered twice a day. During the tours, participants will learn about the eating habits of wolves, the social structure of a wolf pack and other interesting and educational facts. You may even get to see a fox or a bobcat too! Book a tour through their website.

a wolf watches visitors at Lakota Wolf Preserve during spring break nj

See a 1932 Fire Truck at the Hoboken Historical Museum

For the low admission cost of $5/per adult the Hoboken Fire Department Museum is open for exploring! Ring a bell, dress up like a fireman and see pictures of Hoboken’s fire department history. Keep your eyes open for a picture of Hoboken’s most famous resident too!

Save Money on These Additional Family Spring Break Activities for Kids and Teens

More Ideas to Save Money on New Jersey Spring Break Activities

These blog posts can also help you save money on spring break activities in New Jersey.

More New Jersey Spring Break Activities to Consider

Search for Dinosaurs

Have a dinosaur-loving kid? Why not spend part of your spring break searching for dinosaurs? We can help with our listing of where to find dinosaurs in New Jersey.

Dinosaur dig at the Liberty Science Center

Stroll Through the Tulips

Spring is a perfect time to see tulips. There are a few places to stroll or pick tulips in New Jersey. We tell you where and offer tips in our 12 Tips for Visiting Tulip Festivals in New Jersey.


A Few More Ideas

We’ve got a few more articles that can help you fill your spring break with things to do in New Jersey.

Other Spring Break Activities Near New Jersey

New Jersey families may also enjoy traveling across the bridge into New York or Philadelphia to enjoy their spring break. Bonus, New York and Philly schools may be in session so you may enjoy small crowds.

Family Friendly Spring Break Activities in New York City

New York City Skyline

Family Spring Break Activities Across the Country

We’re working with our hyperlocal friends across the country to share some spring break ideas in case you just need to get out of Jersey. ;-)

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