New Jersey Ski Resorts Map and Mountain Statistics
New Jersey is the most densely populated state in the United States as it borders New York and Pennsylvania home to 2 of the biggest urban cities, New York City and Philadelphia in the United States. Traveling to New Jersey is easy with the New Jersey Turnpike, one of the most trafficked roadways as well as Newark Intl. Airport, one the busiest airports in the US. Even with such a densely populated state, there are a variety of outdoor activities to be enjoyed throughout the seasons. From hot air ballooning in the spring, beaching and other water activities in the summer, hiking and biking in the fall to skiing and boarding in the winter. There are several lodging options to consider from charming bed and breakfasts to cozy lake-front cottages or modern condo rentals. Owner Direct rents a variety of privately-owned homes, condo rentals, chalet rentals and cottage rentals for nightly, weekly or monthly terms.
For some winter fun spend a day, week-end or longer skiing or boarding at one of 3 ski areas in New Jersey. Campgaw Mountain, a great beginner hill is the closest ski area to NYC only 20 miles north of the George Washington Bridge. Hidden Valley and Mountain Creek offer a variety of trails and terrain to suit all skier and boarder abilities. Mountain Creek provides 167 acres over 4 mountains and is most renowned for its 65 acre terrain park. Lodging is available at Mountain Creek at the sister property, Crystal Springs Resort. Alternatively vacation rental options are located nearby as well as in the city.