Discover Bergen County via a Mini Bus in New Jersey - Part 9

A trip to Bergen County would prove to be truly enjoyable because of the vast choice of venues you can see and visit. In fact, in previous articles we have given you a lot of suggestions on where to go and what to do. You can check out these places and have a great time with a bunch of friends and family, too. Just make sure you get a mini bus in New Jersey to take you from one destination to the next.

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A mini bus in New Jersey will help you maximize your time and cover as many venues as you can in a day.

Here are a few more places worth seeing.

Campgaw Mountain
200 Campgaw Rd. Mahwah
(201) 327-7800
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Campgaw Mountain is where you could go skiing, tubing and riding. You can get a day pass for less than $18 on weekdays. During weekends and holidays, prices start at $30. Prices range depending on the time you go there.

If you are new to the slopes, you can go there and learn from the masters. They have skiing and snowboarding lessons every day.

Your kids will also have fun learning how to snowboard or ski with their children's group lessons.

Campgaw Mountain has a terrain park where you could have fun your way. The park has hits, ramps, banks, fun boxes, rails, quarter pipes, snowcross and other features.

Fort Lee Museum
1588 Palisade Avenue
Fort Lee
(201) 592-3580

Also known as the Judge Moore House, Fort Lee Museum houses a lot of history to give you a gist of what life was like in the old days. There are a lot of notable pieces in the museum, such as the bright rug that covers its floors. This rug was from the Bill Miller Riviera, a popular venue in the 1940s. The Riviera was where Eddie Fisher, Frank Sinatra and other well-known entertainers performed.

They also have a lot of photographs that show the early days of Fort Lee, as well as movie memorabilia. They also have revolutionary artefacts, which feature an antique sword, among other relics.

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