8th Jun 2019

New Jersey, popularly deemed as the Garden State, is also lovingly called the ‘Diner Capital of the World’. This vibrantly diverse state in the country’s Mid-Atlantic region offers so much more though. With its countless malls, beaches, museums and historical sites, any vacation in the state is bound to be an irreplaceable experience.

If you are a nature enthusiast and planning to go on a vacation here, its national parks then are a must-visit. The best part about some of these parks is that they will not just enamour you with the serene settings but also give you invaluable insights on the country’s rich past. Check out these amazing national parks in New Jersey for a one-of-a-kind outdoorsy retreat:

  • Morristown National Historical Park - This park was designated as a historical park as it was the encampment of General George Washington and the Continental Army around 1779. Tucked within the premises are the well-preserved Washington’s Headquarters Museum and Ford Mansion. These house a large collection of several documents, weapons, furniture and various other exhibits from 18th century. This park, stretching across 1,676 acres of land, has 27 miles of hiking trails and among the most popular are the Blue Trail and Yellow Trail that are ideal for bird watchers.
  • Appalachian Scenic Natural Trail - It stretches along the ridgelines of Appalachian Mountains for 2192 miles between Georgia’s Springer Mountain and Maine’s Mount Katahdin. If you are a hiking enthusiast, the Appalachian Scenic Natural Trail that the National Park Service manages is a must-visit. There are about 260 shelters where you can stay when you are hiking and the terrain towards Mount Katahdin is quite easy to hike.

  • Delaware Water Gap National Recreational Area - Stretching across 70,000 acres of breath-taking sights, Delaware Water Gap National Recreational Area is not just famous for its 100 miles of hiking trails but also for the Delware River that is ideal for kayaking, rafting and canoeing. There are campsites by the river as well as a large number of picnic areas.

  • Thomas Edison National Historical Park - It is not a park in its truest sense but an industrial space that served as the home of the country’s greatest inventor, Thomas Alva Edison. Now it is part of the National Park Service. Located on 211 Main Street at West Orange, the Laboratory Complex contains the inventor’s library, a stock room along with a motion picture studio, a Chemistry laboratory and a metallurgical laboratory. This is definitely a unique place to visit if you are in the state with your loved ones.

Why you should rent an iPhone in New Jersey

If you are travelling to New Jersey and planning to visit all the above mentioned attractions, having an iPhone makes everything less complicated. You do not have to worry about the camera quality while you are taking your selfie at the edge of a cliff or even taking a snapshot of the sweeping views of the surroundings. Having that said, iPhones are quite expensive and purchasing one just for travelling abroad is never ideal. But then again you would not want to take a sub-par quality photo and mid-ranged smartphones tend to deliver just that.

To end all woes, Dyal Rental offers iPhones on rent. You will not just be able to use the camera but also all the other apps that will run smoothly. Moreover, we offer our rental services in all the major parts of the country and you can rent one from us when you are in New Jersey without any hassle. We not only let you rent the latest versions but also make it affordable for you by offering iPhones on rent on monthly and weekly basis. We also offer iPhones on rent with data plans so that you don’t even need to worry about spending a large sum of money on the international roaming bill amount.