We have officiated lots of elopement weddings over the years, and of all the parks in Hudson County, these stand out the most. Each has its own distinct personality and style.
There is no requirement for a permit if you have a small party of 20 or fewer and are not putting up any chairs or decorations. Liberty State Park isn’t on the list since weddings are only allowed at the venues there.
Colgate Clock – The Colgate Clock is an octagonal clock facing the Hudson River near Exchange Place in Jersey City, New Jersey. It has a diameter of 50 feet. It is currently situated 1,300 feet south of where the headquarters of consumer products conglomerate Colgate-Palmolive used to be sited before it left the area in 1985.
J Owen Grundy Park Riverfront pier facing the NYC skyline features game tables & a pavilion with festivals & shows. Hudson St, Jersey City,
Lefrak Point Lighthouse Historical landmark in Jersey City, New Jersey This modern lighthouse is a popular picnic spot in the Newport area of Jersey City with panoramic views of NYC. Jersey City
Morris Canal Park A small grassy park overlooking the water with a panoramic view of lower Manhattan as well as The Statue of Liberty. The sunset set and sunrises from here are gorgeous, especially in autumn. Located at Washington and Dudley St. In Jersey City.
Pier A & C Park This park with scenic views of NYC features a fishing pier, playground, water play area & promenade. 340 Sinatra Dr, Hoboken,
Boulevard East Runs from Weehawken, West New York, and North Bergen. Grassy areas, floral gardens, benches, & NYC skyline views from waterside cliffs.
Edgewater Commons Waterfront Behind the Outback Steakhouse is an awesome area that is perfect for an intimate wedding. 421 River Rd, Edgewater, NJ
Look over the list and see if you like any of them, then drive over and call your officiant if you have any questions.