It's the time of year to start thinking about your next outdoor adventure.

If you're tired of being stuck inside and ready to venture out look no further than right here in New Jersey.

Sure you can enjoy a night away at one of the many beautiful hotels in the state, but if you want to enjoy some fresh air and spend time in nature how about a camping trip?

Sometimes you just need to disconnect from the hustle and bustle of your everyday life.

We're constantly on our phones, stuck in traffic, in work meetings, helping the kids with homework, and driving them to and from practices.

It can be exhausting! Disconnecting, even for just one night, sounds amazing.

I grew up camping and have the best memories of hiking, riding my bike, fishing, roasting marshmallows, and spending the night in a tent in the middle of nowhere.

Maybe you're not up for fully roughing it, with just a sleeping bag, but still want a little outdoor adventure.

Glamping has become super popular, where you get a little extra comfort.

Travel and Leisure Magazine created a list of the best places to camp in each state.

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The best place to go camping in New Jersey

Worthington State Forest Campground, Delaware Water Gap

Located in Warren County, Worthington State Forest has more than 6,400 acres. You can enjoy the many hiking trails along the Delaware River with beautiful views of northwestern New Jersey.

Sounds amazing.

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