There is no doubt that the Garden State, and the Jersey Shore in particular, has no shortage of romantic places. So when we set out to list the most romantic places in the Garden State for a first kiss, the Jersey Shore was well represented.

There are certainly great, romantic places outside Monmouth & Ocean Counties that we focused on, and here are some of those places you might consider for Valentine's Day plans.

These spots require a bit of traveling, but no borders would have to be crossed. Here are some of the most romantic NJ spots for a first kiss outside of Monmouth & Ocean Counties. And don't worry, we didn't forget the Top 5 First Kiss Spots at the Jersey Shore.

5 Great First Kiss Spots In New Jersey Outside Monmouth/Ocean

But what if we keep it closer to home? Think about these 5 legendary places to have your first kiss. And, who knows? If it all works out, you're going to have an amazing story to tell your grandkids, right?

Fine, I'm moving a little fast, but choosing a super romantic place for your first kiss is pretty important, so we hope you consider our list of the best Jersey Shore places for a romantic first kiss. And for our purposes, we're calling all of Monmouth & Ocean Counties the Jersey Shore.

5 Best Monmouth/Ocean Spots For A First Kiss


Of course, your choice would have to involve picking the spot that means something to both of you, and we all know that the first kiss is not always something you can plan. But it is the season of love and we all have that weak spot for some good romance. So, good luck, and we hope Cupid finds you and your love at just the perfect time!

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