The southern New Jersey region is a bit odd. It's mostly rural with few real population centers. It also offers good hunting and fishing. To this last point, a significant portion of the area can actually be considered swamp. And where there's swamp, there's small boardwalks to allow crossing of the swamp. This is what I encountered while in Maurice River, NJ. Interestingly, the boardwalk to get me from Point A to Point B was curved in nature, but it still allowed passage over some rather nasty-looking watery/muddy gunk that I would not have wanted my shoes to touch. I remember smiling over the fact that all of this took place within New Jersey, which is the opposite of how people would normally see the state.
Points of interest
Small NJ town with good fishing locations; no real entertainment options