For your convenience we have assembled a guide to local resources, including information on transportation, landmarks, food, shopping, events and more.
Hudson River Ferry – NY Waterway
- Ferry Terminals
- Fares, Routes & Schedules
- Route Maps
- Advisories & Alerts
NJ Transit Bus – Hudson County
Lincoln Tunnel Alerts & Advisories
Holland Tunnel Alerts & Advisories
Jersey City Parking
50 Things To Do in Hudson County
Hudson County Parks Department
Hoboken, NJ Patch
Hudson County Events Calendar
Food and Drink in Hudson County
Things To Do With Kids in Hudson County
Overview – Government, Parks, Schools, Sports & More
Local NewsNJ.com – Hudson County
The Jersey Journal
Towns and Cities
Jersey City Official Site
Hoboken Official Site
Union City Official Site
Bayonne Official Site
Weehawken Official Site
West New York Official Site
Secaucus Official Site
Harrison Official Site
North Bergen Official Site
Kearny Official Site
East Newark Official Site
Guttenberg Official Site
Hudson County is a sought after place to live with good reason. A major hub of transportation, Hudson’s myriad offerings include easy access to the Holland and Lincoln Tunnels and Bayonne Bridge to New York; the New Jersey Turnpike; Interstates 78, 95, and 280; and U.S. Routes 1 & 9. Mass transit connections include NJ Transit buses and trains to New York, New Jersey suburbs and shore; PATH commuter trains to New York; passenger ferry service to New York; and the Hudson Bergen Light Rail Transit System.
Hudson County is also an educational enclave and is home to four colleges and universities: Stevens Institute of Technology, St. Peter’s University, New Jersey City University, and Hudson County Community College.
Never short on things to do, Hudson county is home to all manner of attractions and goings on, from historic and cultural sites to the latest in food, art and fashion. The most popular tourist attraction is Liberty State Park, a gorgeous outdoor space that provides easy access to The Statue of Liberty and Ellis Island. Other popular attractions include Liberty Science Center, Spirit of New Jersey Dinner Cruises, famed Hoboken dining and nightlife, the Park Performing Arts Center, and the Secaucus Designer Outlets, one of the oldest outlets shopping centers in the country. Hudson County, like all of New Jersey, does not tax clothes or shoes.
Be sure not to miss St. Ann’s Italian Feast in Hoboken, regular Art & Music festivals in Hoboken, and the annual Artists Studio Tours in Jersey City and Hoboken.