Whatever sort of vacation you're after, there's a New Jersey condo rental to suit you. Middlesex and Essex county condo rentals will give you sports venues, museums, and galleries; a Bergen County apartment will put you within easy reach of New York City, and a Jersey Shore condo rental will give you some of the best beaches on the Atlantic Coast—with top resorts like Wildwood, Cape May, and Atlantic City. If you like your modern amenities, there are loads of new construction condos in New Jersey, but there are also quirky condos in vintage properties if that's more your style.

Condos in Wildwood, New Jersey

Wildwood is the kind of oceanfront resort your grandparents knew and loved; in fact, it's famous for its collection of 50s and 60s buildings. Think sandy beaches, an old-school boardwalk, amusements, water parks, and rides, and you're starting to get the picture. As one of the state's most popular resorts, it isn't surprising to find loads of condos in Wildwood at a variety of price points. Of course, the more luxurious ones will have premium oceanfront locations, but you might be surprised what you can get further down the scale. More affordable condos in Wildwood might be set a bit further back from the beach, but they'll often still be plush places with on-site pools and other facilities.

Cape May Condo rentals

If Wildwood is the Jersey Shore's homage to the 50s and 60s, then Cape May is straight out of the Victorian era. Its elegant, well-preserved townhomes and hotels are a testament to 19th-century style, and you can visit one of the best examples at the Emlen Physick Estate, which is now a museum. Cape May's primarily a beach resort, but it's also a hub for wildlife watchers, who come to the area for the whales, dolphins, and rare birds. Because of its Victorian feel, there are fewer large, new-build condo complexes in Cape May, and several of the local rental condos are set in characterful period properties with quaint features like wrap-around porches.

Bergen County rental condos

Though New Jersey's best known for the outstanding beach resorts of the Jersey Shore, it's easy to forget that the state's eastern edge cozies up against NYC. Just across the Hudson River from Manhattan, you'll find Bergen County, which is the most populous section of New Jersey. With zoos, parks, museums, and art galleries, the county's got plenty to keep you occupied. A Bergen County rental condo can also be a great way to stay close to the Big Apple while potentially getting cheaper rates and a different vibe to the frenetic buzz of the city.

Condos for rent in Atlantic City

There's nowhere in New Jersey quite so iconic as Atlantic City, with its legendary boardwalk and gaming culture. In Atlantic City you can spend your days lounging on the glorious beaches and your nights winning big in the casinos or looking glamorous in high-end nightclubs. Soak in the atmosphere on the Boardwalk or get heady with the rides on the Steel Pier. There are some seriously high-end condos in Atlantic City—offering central locations, pools, and fitness facilities—but if you venture a bit further out you'll find some more affordable options. There's also a good selection of larger condos for groups in Atlantic City, which could be perfect for that long-awaited family get-together or a reunion with friends.

Long Beach Island condos

When it comes to Long Beach Island, the clue is in the name. This slim barrier island off the coast of New Jersey is 18 miles long, but wherever you are, the beach is never more than half a mile away. Long Beach Island is essentially a string of oceanfront resorts, some of which are pretty high-end, and it goes without saying that there are a lot of condos for rent. Luxury Long Beach Island condos will tend to prioritize quick beach access and spectacular ocean views, but a great thing about this island is that even the cheapest condo rentals are within a short walk of the beach too.