Discover a selection of 8,000 vacation rentals in New Jersey that are perfect for your trip. Whether you’re traveling with friends, family, or even pets, Vrbo vacation homes have the best amenities for hanging out with the people that matter most, including swimming pools and private pools. Prices start at $116 per night, and houses and cabins are popular options for a stay in New Jersey. Either way, you'll find a rental for everyone's needs.
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Destination guide

Explore the city and the beach with a New Jersey house

Jersey Shore beach house rentals on the stunning Atlantic coastline of New Jersey are perfect for a seaside retreat. With vibrant destinations like Atlantic City, Ocean City, Seaside, and Cape May, you can find the ideal spot for whatever type of vacation you want. Whether you're planning a trip with the kids or a solo adventure, New Jersey has something for everyone.

 
History

Historic sites near New Jersey vacation homes

New Jersey has an array of historic sites to explore on your trip. Vacation rentals are available near fascinating locations like the Atlantic City Boardwalk, a legendary waterfront entertainment hub with shops and restaurants, and the Absecon Lighthouse, a history museum and lighthouse with sweeping views of the water. You'll also enjoy the Thomas Edison National Historic Park, the home and laboratory of the American inventor with historical artifacts and archives.

Things to do

Tourist attractions near New Jersey vacation rentals

Let's start with a biggie. Not many know this, but the Statue of Liberty actually lies within the border of New Jersey, meaning the sight of this magnificent 19th-century gift from France is just as good from the shores of this state. Talking about shores, down in Cape May, the country's oldest seaside resort, you'll find a series of beautiful beaches overlooking the Atlantic Ocean. Newark Museum is the largest in the state and houses a particularly fascinating collection of African artifacts. Have you got the kids in tow? They'll love getting up close to the 8,000 marine creatures at the Adventure Aquarium.

Activities

Activities for your stay in New Jersey vacation homes

If you head down to the Henry Hudson Trail, you'll find a 22-mile path built over several former railroad lines. Here, you can pass some seriously scenic parts of the state on the back of bicycles. It might not be the first place that springs to mind, but the Jersey Shore has got some of the best Atlantic swells along the Eastern Seaboard. Grab yourself a rental board and hit the water to practice your pop ups. There are few things better than kicking back on the banks of one of New Jersey's lakes to fish for your supper.

Weather

Climate for your stay in New Jersey vacation homes

Jersey City buzzes year-round, but the rest of the state is decidedly quiet during the winter months. As the snows thaw, the spring can see some pleasantly warm weather, perfect for challenging outdoor hikes. Summer sees the biggest influx of travelers, particularly along the coast, where families come to escape the humid city and cool off in the sea. If you're planning to nab a New Jersey vacation rental between July and August, try to book up as early as possible. As the year ticks through to fall, travelers begin to return home and you can benefit from a dip in rental prices.

Natural features

Hear the howl of wolves in New Jersey

Other than the odd backyard critter, you're not going to find much in the way of wildlife in Jersey City. For close wildlife encounters, you could try the Lakota Wolf Preserve, where you can learn about these wild pack animals. If you're staying overnight in the nearby campground, you'll hear their haunting howl. Out in the wilds, this relatively small state houses a surprisingly large number of creatures. If you look up to the treetops, you could spot any number of the 325 recorded bird species, while the forest floors are full of bigger beasts, from black bears to beavers.

Beaches

Best beaches near New Jersey vacation rentals

The Jersey Shore beaches are a popular spot for vacationers in the Northeast and around the country. Vacation rentals are available near places like Sunset Beach, a scenic beach with the submerged ruins of the SS Atlantus, and Wildwood, a resort city with sandy beaches and a lively boardwalk. Ocean City is a family-friendly beach destination with state parks and a boardwalk.

How many vacation rentals are available around New Jersey?

Our 2021 property listings offer a large selection of 8,435 vacation rentals around New Jersey. From 5,166 house rentals to 208 cabin rentals, find a unique house rental for you to enjoy a memorable holiday or a weekend with your family and friends.

Explore destinations around New Jersey

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