What a way to bring in the New Year. Family traditions, new beginnings, and fireworks.

New Year's Eve is a time to reflect on the year that passed and an exciting time to welcome in a New Year.

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I try to see a fireworks display on New Year's Eve. It's something my family and I have enjoyed for many years. We have some pretty cool places to see the fireworks this year as we say goodbye to 2022.


Fireworks are usually a summertime "thing" here at the Jersey Shore, but I've really enjoyed watching fireworks on New Year's Eve. It's something we never had in Pennsylvania where I grew up. I've never known of anyone doing a fireworks display New Year's Even until I moved to New Jersey and I love it.

I'm not the only New Jerseyian that loves fireworks. A recent poll shows that 70% of my Garden Staters love fireworks on New Year's Eve and they've become more and more popular through out the years.

This year we have a couple of great fireworks shows in Ocean County and the Jersey Shore. I've been to several of these New Year's Eve fireworks and they don't disappoint.

Recently bestofnj.com put out a list of the "best" fireworks display in New Jersey, especially at New Year's Eve. Their list reflects on some of my favorites and I added some to the list, also.

Most of these spectacular fireworks have music and a big show on New Year's Eve. Do you enjoy fireworks on New Year's Eve?

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