The four regions of New Jersey
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Atlantic Costal Plain
Appalacation Ridge and Valley
The state's largest region covers southern New Jersey. Much of the land is low and flat. There are forest and marshland. The sandy soil provides the state's richest farmland. The region gave New Jersey its reputation as the garden state. This region has the popular Jersey Shore.
Also know as Southeast of the Appalachian Ridge and Valley Region is the New England Upland. It has wooded hills from 800 feet (244 meters) to 1,200 feet (366 meters) high. Most of New Jersey's lake sare in this region.
This region is the northwest part of the state. The Delaware Water Gap and the Kittatinny Mountains are here. This region also has the tallest mountain i the state, High Point. This region has the state's most rugged mountainous land. High Point on Kittatinny Mountain is the highes point in this region.
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