Highlighing the best of Burlington, Camden, Gloucester and Salem Counties, and introducing the world to South Jersey’s wine region

Tourism in South Jersey - and throughout New Jersey - is changing. These changes are all part of a plan to help visitors to New Jersey get access to all the state has to offer, from the local experts in destinations throughout the state. You can visit NewJerseyDMO.org to see the official travel and tourism experts for every destination, no matter where you go in New Jersey. And of course, you can always check out VisitNJ.org to get statewide travel information.

While VisitSouthJersey.com has been the go-to website for information on travel to South Jersey’s Delaware River Region since 2003, we have some great new partners in Mercer County who know Trenton and Princeton, inside and out. And since the Delaware River Region is the largest tourism region in the state, there are plenty of hotels, restaurants, attractions, arts and culture to go around!

So while the area around the state’s capitol is in good hands, VisitSouthJersey.com will still be the place to come for Burlington, Camden, Gloucester and Salem County for travel information. Not only that, but over the last few years, we’ve realized something... we’ve got A LOT of wineries here in South Jersey! As a matter of fact, we have a bona fide, federally-recognized American Viticultural Area (or AVA - which is basically a fancy name for a wine region) and now we’re going to flaunt it!

Right now the South Jersey Tourism Corp. (SJTC) is hard at work, developing a new website focused on getting around the Outer Coastal Plain AVA (that’s the official name of our wine region). Check it out at VintageSouthJersey.com. We’re also coming up with some great new tools for our visitors, and creating fun new events to enjoy.

But of course we’re more than JUST great wine, so later in 2013, a new VisitSouthJersey.com will debut, with all the great travel information you’ve come to expect - plus more! This sleek, simplifed package will emphasize meetings and group travel, along with a full compliment of tools and information for residents and leisure travelers.

SJTC is excited about the new offerings we’ve already rolled out for our visitors, and we look forward to providing even more, soon.

Our tourism friends - NJDMO

Wineries all over the map!

New focus - new look

ForeverGreenNJ.com

While VisitSouthJersey.com is closed for remodeling, we’re offering “Trailways to the Past,” our comprehensive guide to historic sites in South Jersey, at a deep discount. Get one today, and thanks for your patience!

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Click here to see the “Official Visitor Guide to South Jersey’s Wine Region” - the latest edition featuring wineries, restaurants, hotels, and more!

Our exciting new campaign to tell the world about the Outer Coastal Plain wine region has been dubbed “Vintage South Jersey.” Check out:

Here you’ll find infromation on travelling to South Jersey’s wine region, and learn all about our recent explosion of wineries!

For questions about Burlington, Camden, Gloucester or Salem Counties, contact us:

South Jersey Tourism Corp.
P.O. Box 570
Sewell, NJ 08080

Email: info@VisitSouthJersey.com
Phone/Fax: 856-757-9400


If you’re part of South Jersey’s tourism industry, SJTC also has more in store for you. For the first time, we’re offering the exclusive opportunity to be a part of our efforts to promote South Jersey Tourism. For more info visit:

VisitSouthJersey.com/membership
The South Jersey Tourism Corporation received funding through a grant from the New Jersey Department of State, Division of Travel and Tourism
www.VisitNJ.org


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