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FUN FACT: The County of Hudson was created in 1840, named after the great river and its namesake, the English explorer, Henry Hudson, who landed his vessel the Half Moon at what is now the City of Hoboken in September of 1609.
FUN FACT: 125 years ago, in 1873 the city of Passaic was incorporated. It was originally Dutch settled in 1678. The population grew when the Dundee Canal and Dam were completed in1861. Many mills and businesses were established with a growing interest to reside there.
FUN FACT: One of the first four original counties of New Jersey. Bergen County's park system totals nearly 9,000 acres. Before Dutch and English colonists came, Bergen County was inhabited by Native American people of the Lenape nation.
FUN FACT: Founded on March 15, 1739, Morris County got its name from New Jersey's former British governor, Colonel Lewis Morris. In the 1600s, the Dutch established forts in part of the region that would become Morris County.
FUN FACT: Warren county was created in 1824 and named for Joseph Warren, a soldier and statesman of the American Revolution. In the 1880s it became the largest producer of musical organs in the United States.
FUN FACT: Essex County is home to Belleville – the Cherry Blossom Capital of America. Livingston, Millburn, North Caldwell, and Essex Fells are among the 100 wealthiest towns in the US
FUN FACT: Hunterdon County is home to the Round Valley Reservoir, which is the deepest lake in New Jersey. It reaches depths of about 180 feet and is a popular spot for fishing, boating, and hiking.
FUN FACT: Somerset County is known for its rich agricultural history, and it's interesting to note that it was once a leading producer of potatoes in the United States. The region's fertile soil and favorable climate contributed to a thriving potato industry in the late 19th and early 20th centuries.
FUN FACT: Middlesex County is home to the Thomas Edison Center at Menlo Park, located in Edison. Thomas Edison, one of the most famous inventors in history, conducted many of his early experiments and inventions at his Menlo Park laboratory. The center celebrates his contributions to technology and innovation.
FUN FACT: Monmouth County is known for its rich Revolutionary War history. The Battle of Monmouth, a significant engagement during the American Revolution, took place in Freehold on June 28, 1778.
FUN FACT: Ocean County is home to the iconic Jersey Shore, a popular destination known for its beautiful beaches and vibrant boardwalks. Seaside Heights, located in Ocean County, gained fame as the setting for the MTV reality show "Jersey Shore," making it a recognizable and entertaining part of New Jersey's cultural landscape.
Burlington County is home to Smithville, a charming historic village that dates back to the 18th century. Smithville has been beautifully restored and transformed into a popular destination with shops, restaurants, and picturesque surroundings.
FUN FACT: Camden is home to the Adventure Aquarium, which is situated on the Delaware River waterfront. The aquarium is known for its diverse marine life exhibits, including the Guinness World Record-holding "Shark Tunnel," where visitors can walk through a tunnel surrounded by sharks swimming above and around them.
FUN FACT: Atlantic City, located in Atlantic County, is famous for being home to the first boardwalk in the United States. The Atlantic City Boardwalk was built in 1870 and has since become an iconic symbol of this popular seaside resort town, known for its entertainment, casinos, and beachfront attractions.
Gloucester County is home to the town of Mullica Hill, which is known for its well-preserved historic district. The area features a charming Main Street lined with 19th-century buildings, antique shops, and local businesses. Mullica Hill has a rich agricultural history and is a popular destination for those interested in exploring a small, picturesque town with a nostalgic feel.
FUN FACT: Salem County is home to the town of Salem, which is known for its historic district with well-preserved colonial-era buildings. The Friends Meeting House in Salem, built in 1795, is one of the oldest Quaker meeting houses in the United States and is still in use today.
FUN FACT: Cumberland County is known for the Cohanzick Zoo, located in Bridgeton. Established in 1934, it is New Jersey's first zoo and one of the oldest community zoos in the United States. The zoo features a variety of exhibits with animals from around the world and provides a family-friendly destination for wildlife enthusiasts.
FUN FACT: Cape May is known for having the country's oldest seaside resort and boasts a wealth of Victorian architecture. The entire city is a National Historic Landmark due to its well-preserved Victorian buildings, and Cape May is famous for its charming Victorian-style bed and breakfasts.