We took a little road trip over the weekend to our cousin's housewarming party. It was about an hour drive, and I was "ohhhhing," and "ahhhhhing" the whole way.

It was the most beautiful, colorful drive across New Jersey. The leaves looked amazing... absolutely amazing.

Yeah, the fall leaf-peeping season is finally here in New Jersey, and it looks fabulous.

The leaf-peeping season was a little delayed this year because of the wet summer and warm start to fall, according to nj.com.

But time is limited before it's too late since the season is shortened this year. So you better hurry if you want to do any leaf peeping (other than just driving by them on your way to or from work).

In fact, you have about 2 weeks with the peak being around November 10th. There are almost 30 spots around NJ great for prime leaf peeping.

If you're in the Mercer County area, head to Washington Crossing State Park, or the Plainsboro Preserve in Middlesex County.

There are so many more, in fact, you can check out a full list here.

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