- Attractions



The northwest most counties of New Jersey are boarded to the west by the Delaware River. Old Mine Road runs along the Delaware River from Montague and NY State to the Delaware Water Gap Recreational Area and is considered the most beautiful road trip this side of the Mississippi.

There are numerous historic rivertowns that you may also consider checking out on your travels. Belvidere is a historic Victorian town on the banks of the Delaware and Pequest Rivers and well worth visiting for those that have an appreciation for architecture. Phillipsburg was once a bustling town – a town where 3 canals and 5 rail lines converged. If you are a lover of art, high fashion or antique shopping then Milford, Frenchtown and Lambertville are towns that all warrant a detour from the trail.

Clinton and High Bridge are situated on the banks of the Raritan River and offer great views of the river from the famous Red Mill Village in Clinton or the best kept secret of Ken Lockwood Gorge in High Bridge.

There are plenty of other things to see and do and we have broken them up by county below to help you plan a day or a weekend getaway out in beautiful Northern New Jersey.


Area Attractions in

Hunterdon County



All aboard on the Black River & Western Railroad for a scenic train excursion.


Shopping abounds at Liberty Village Premium Outlets, Turntable Junction and Dutch Country Farmers Market



You will find plenty of outdoor fun in Frenchtown with Delaware River Tubing and Cycle Corner.  Tube down the Delaware or rent a bike and take a ride on the Delaware & Raritan Canal towpath.



Tee up at Heron Glen Golf Course



Make your way down to the Lambertville Waterfront for a carriage ride, ballooning, rafting, tubing, kayaking and canoeing and other outdoor activities.


Area Attractions in

Sussex County


Franklin & Ogdensburg

There's fluorescents in those Sussex County hills, and plenty of iron ore too! Visit Franklin Mineral Museum and Sterling Hill Mining Museum to see species of rocks found only in New Jersey and learn about New Jersey's mining history.



For the little kid in you, stop in Sparta at  Friar Mountain Model Railroad Museum and check out some model trains or get soaked at Tomahawk Lake Waterpark.



Fly high with Skydive Sussex or visit the highest point in New Jersey at High Point State Park.



Hardyston and Vernon

It's all about choices at with 2 grand hotels, 7 golf courses, 2 spas a sports club and biosphere at Crystal  Springs Resort.

Down the road you will find the Appalachian and Bear Creek Sanctuary at Mountain Creek, which offers skiiing in the winter and a waterpark in the summertime.



Area Attractions in

Warren County


Welcome to Warren County and New Jersey's great outdoors. Great parks and recreational areas include the Delaware Water Gap National Recreational Area, Worthington State Park, and  Jenny Jump State Forest.



Home of two "century farms" right next to each other on Route 519 – Mackey's Orchard has been in the family for 8 generations.  Wyckoff's Christmas Tree Farm  currently has the 6th and 7th generation involved in the operations.



Explore the area by balloon with Balloonatics & Aeronuts or by train with Delaware River Steam Train Excursions or by raft, canoe or kayak with Lazy River Outpost



Get wild in Warren County – the Lakota Wolf Preserve is not to be missed.


Area Attractions in

Mercer County


While visiting Terhune Orchard, Vineyard and Winery and in the  Princeton area there are a few must-see attractions. Perhaps the most popular or well known is Princeton University. The Princeton University Art Museum in particular is a site not to be missed.

Other sites of interests are the spectacular Grounds For Sculpture and historical Howell Living History Farm