New Jersey Vacation Rentals
If your idea of New Jersey is based on The Sopranos and Jersey Shore, we definitely have a surprise in store for you! Try a New Jersey vacation rental for a relaxing beach vacation—no Snooki in sight. Or take in some historical sites—a vacation rental in New Jersey towns like Princeton or Morristown would be perfect for that. Atlantic City, with its boardwalk and casinos, is another option for vacation rentals in New Jersey. Once you’ve narrowed down where you want to be, we’ll help you find deals on New Jersey vacation rentals in that town. And our unbiased reviews of New Jersey vacation homes and New Jersey beach houses will give you the inside scoop before you make a reservation.
Jersey Shore beach houses
The Jersey Shore is dotted with beach resort towns, each with a distinct personality. A beach house rental in Wildwood gives you access to a terrific beach, complete with a classic boardwalk scene. Cape May, New Jersey vacation rentals will let you explore a lovely Victorian town. And you’ll find a great New Jersey beach house rental no matter what your budget—we have deals on everything from budget beachfront condos in New Jersey to luxurious family vacation homes.
Family vacation rentals in New Jersey
Ocean City beach house rentals are great for families—there are plenty of fun family boardwalk attractions, and it’s a dry town, so there’s absolutely no nightclub scene. You’ll also find plenty of family-friendly restaurants in Ocean City. Families also enjoy New Jersey vacation rentals at Point Pleasant Beach.
New Jersey attractions
Vacation rentals in New Jersey near the Delaware Water Gap are perfect for outdoor enthusiasts—you can rent kayaks, canoes or tubes for some fun on the river. The New Jersey State Aquarium in Camden and Six Flags Great Adventure in Jackson are within a short drive of many New Jersey vacation rentals. And if you’re a shopper, try a Short Hills area vacation rental to be near one of the country’s best malls, or a New Jersey vacation home near Lambertville, where antiquing’s the thing.