If you are looking for a quaint escape along the Delaware River, the Village of Stockton, NJ is your destination. It is a small town located in Hunterdon County in central New Jersey. Despite its size, there are several things to do in and around the area. From the trickling falls along the towpath by the historic Prallsville Mills to the cozy old stone bed and breakfast, the Woolverton Inn, you will feel at home here. 


Start the day with a sunrise walk along the towpath. The towpath runs along the banks of the Delaware River, which offers beautiful views and recreational opportunities. You can go fishing, kayaking, or take a leisurely stroll along the riverfront.

Park in the lot by the Prallsville Mills, a collection of historic buildings dating back to the 1700’s. The mills were once used to process grain and produce paper, and today they are home to a museum and art galleries. Take in the beauty of these structures, snap a picture or two, and then head on your walk!

Once you head into the village center, grab a cup of coffee at the Stockton Food Store, a classic general store of sorts. Need a snack? Pick from a variety of options to give you that morning boost!

Walk out onto the bridge and stop somewhere in the middle. Take in the majesty of the Delaware, without the hustle and bustle of the world!


Stroll back into town and grab lunch at Gabarelly’s Stockton Steaks! Juicy Philadelphia-style steaks will fill your stomach with joy, while taking in views of the historic area around you.

Looking for a unique spot to view local art? Take a short drive a few minutes outside of town to Sunflower Glass Studio, nestled into the rolling farm fields surrounding the village.

Time to end the day right? Grab a fabulous Italian Dinner at Via Ponte! Enjoy refined Sicilian cooking and brick oven pizza in an old world setting.


Located near the Delaware and Raritan Canal Towpath, Odd Bird shares space with a service station, and oddly enough, the space is delightful. The tasting room was designed and built by hand by local owners/brewers Adam Juncosa and Karen Malzone. The tables and bar were constructed and finished by the pair from a single red oak tree, and the attention to detail and craftsmanship extends to their beer making.

Brews: Known for classic, clean styles of traditional beers.  On tap, you may find a Kolsch, Pilsner, assortment of Sours, or a draft from the hand-pulled cask.

Interesting Fact:  Spent grain goes to the neighbors at the Gorgeous Goat Creamery and Haxton Homestead to feed the animals.

Hunterdon County Beer Trail – Passport: Odd Bird Brewery is a member of the Hunterdon County Beer Trail.  When you stop in, make sure to ask for the passport and get it stamped. The Brewery Passport is a fun way to explore all seven breweries of the Hunterdon Beer Trail as well as the small towns and scenic countryside of Hunterdon County. The Brewery Passports contain info about each brewery, a space for a stamp, and a QR code which links to the current tap list.  Pick up a free passport from any brewery on the Hunterdon Beer Trail, and explore craft beer in picturesque and friendly Hunterdon County! 

Stay in Stockton, NJ

Looking to stay the night after a long day? The Woolverton Inn, located on the hillside overlooking the town and the mighty Delaware, is the perfect destination. Built in 1792, this old stone inn is a town classic. From its historic charm to its impeccably landscaped grounds, and even some sheep, make it the go-to destination for travelers.

The boro is known to be peaceful village, surrounded by southern Hunterdon countryside. Enjoy a relaxing visit, take in its quaint charm, the scenic Delaware River, and all it has to offer! Overall, Stockton is a great place to visit if you enjoy outdoor activities, local markets, and historic sites.

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