Liberty State Park is Jersey City is the 13th best spot in the country for a marriage proposal, according to a survey conducted by Mixbook.
By John Heinis/Hudson County View
“Situated on the waterfront, the park offers breathtaking views of the Manhattan skyline, the Statue of Liberty, and Ellis Island. Couples can stroll along the park’s promenade, hand in hand, enjoying the sweeping vistas and the gentle lapping of the Hudson River,” their description said.
“With its open green spaces, tranquil gardens, and panoramic views, Liberty State Park provides a serene and romantic ambiance for a heartfelt proposal. As the sun sets, casting a warm glow over the city, the park becomes even more magical, creating a backdrop of beauty and love.”
Mixbook, the no. 1 rated design platform for photo books, carried out a poll of 3,000 singles to ask in which iconic landmarks top their list for ideal proposal spots.
“We’re always excited to learn more about what inspires people to create those magical, once-in-a-lifetime moments. From the serene beauty of botanical gardens to the timeless allure of centuries-old oak trees, these extraordinary venues serve as a backdrop to create unforgettable memories,” noted Mixbook Director of Brand Leslie Albertson.
“As Mixbook helps our customers breathe new life into their memories and celebrate them for years to come, it’s fascinating to see the diverse landscapes that embody their unique love stories.”
Topping the list is Sunset Cliffs Natural Park in San Diego, California, while Lambert Castle in Paterson comes in at no. 31, the Ortley Beach Boardwalk in Toms River made no. 108, Menlo Park Mall Rooftop Garden in Woodbridge has the 185 spot, and Lake Carasaljo in Lakewood round out the New Jersey locations at no. 232.