Top Outdoor Elopement Locations in Hudson County

We’ve officiated a number of elopement weddings over the years, and these are the most memorable of all the parks in Hudson County. Each has its own particular personality and sense of flair. A permit is not required if you host a small party of 20 or fewer people and are not placing any chairs or decorations.

 
 Edgewater Commons Waterfront: Behind the Outback Steakhouse is a fantastic place that is ideal for an intimate wedding. Edgewater, NJ 421 River Rd.
 
 
Boulevard East connects the communities of Weehawken, West New York, and North Bergen. Grassy grounds, floral gardens, benches, and views of the NYC cityscape from waterside cliffs.
 
Pier A&C Park A fishing pier, a playground, a water play area, and a promenade are all part of this park with breathtaking views of New York City. Hoboken, 340 Sinatra Dr.
 
Morris Canal Park: A tiny grassy park overlooking the water that provides a panoramic view of lower Manhattan and the Statue of Liberty. Sunsets and sunrises are spectacular from here, especially in October. Jersey City’s Washington and Dudley Streets.
 
The Lefrak Point Lighthouse in Jersey City, New Jersey, is a historical property.
This new lighthouse in Jersey City’s Newport neighborhood is a favorite picnic place with panoramic views of New York City. New York City
 
 
 
 
J Owen Grundy Park Riverfront Pier, which faces the New York City skyline, has game tables and a pavilion for festivals and shows. Jersey City’s Hudson Street
 
Colgate Clock – Located at Exchange Place in Jersey City, New Jersey, the Colgate Clock is an octagonal clock overlooking the Hudson River. It has a 50-foot diameter. It is currently located 1,300 feet south of the former headquarters of consumer products firm Colgate-Palmolive, which left the region in 1985.