New Jersey - As a result of depictions on television and film, New Jersey has earned a reputation for toughness and volatility that might cause some tourists to shy away. However, the state has plenty of attractions to make it worth visiting, such as the oldest seashore resort in America, which resides on Cape May and the largest seaport in the U.S., which is located in Elizabeth. New Jersey also has over 50 resort cities and towns, such as Asbury park, Wildwood, Seaside Heights and Atlantic City. With its proximity to New York City, self storage facilities in Newark come in handy for storing excess furniture, household accessories and other belongings that fail to fit in small city apartments. In the cities of Princeton and New Brunswick, college students rent mini storage facilities to stash possessions in between semesters at Princeton University and Rutgers University. In cities near the water, such as Salem and Barnegat Light, self storage units hold speed boats, kayaks, canoes and jet-skis. There are hundreds of self storage facilities throughout the state of New Jersey.