If you’re looking for things to do in New Jersey, Hunterdon County is a natural choice. The County is a recreational paradise, a tourist’s delight and a vibrant business hub all packaged in one 437-square mile destination. If regional travel and tourism is on your agenda, Hunterdon County should be top of your list. Visitors looking for things to do in NJ will find Hunterdon County among the State’s most bucolic tourist destinations. The County is home to 8,000 acres of parkland, vineyards, wildlife and historical treasures teeming with places to visit and things to do and see.
Visitors can stroll or ride a bicycle the length of the canal path along the Delaware River from Lambertville to Frenchtown or along the many miles of scenic country roads. Equestrians can saddle up a horse and ride the length of the Columbia Trail. Hikers have the option of any one of the many preserved wildlife parks and fishermen hail from far and wide to sample the trout fishing in the Ken Lockwood Gorge. All in all, visitors to Hunterdon County are in for an exhilarating and relaxing adventure. Bring your boat to Round Valley Reservoir or windsurf there, if that’s your pleasure. Pitch your tent, play golf, shop the streets of one of Hunterdon County’s boutique river towns. It all happens here in this diverse outdoor recreational haven.
Just an hour from both New York City and Philadelphia, a visit or a vacation in Hunterdon County New Jersey can be all encompassing as well as provide a few lazy days on the porch of an inn or quaint bed and breakfast where you can sample fine local fare and wines. Whatever your itinerary, touring Hunterdon County provides a bounty of attractions and experiences. Visit Hunterdon Tourism’s Calendar of Events for periodic updates on things to do in Hunterdon. (excerpt by Hunterdon Tourism)
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