Round Valley Reservoir and more!
What to do in Hunterdon after you’ve enjoyed Round Valley Reservoir?
Hunterdon is home to charming river towns, wineries and breweries, beautiful farms, and scenic wonders. Here’s how to have fun after your plunge:
Charming Main Streets
Drink coffee along the beautiful South Raritan River in Clinton by the famous Red Mill at Riverside Coffee or Citispot Tea & Coffee The kids will love Designer Dawgs in Clinton and your whole party will love the famous Clinton House. And NO one should leave Hunterdon without trying ice cream, milkshakes and more at Gronsky’s Milk House in High Bridge! Go back in time at Rambo’s General Store in Califon and make sure to see the Califon Main Street Bridge, the real-life inspiration for the all-time classic film, It’s a Wonderful Life.
Tastes of Hunterdon
Lovers of fresh produce will enjoy farm-fresh outings to places like Melick’s Town Farm and the Clinton Farmers Market while wine and beer enthusiasts will enjoy a visit to sites such as Highrail Brewing.
Just 20 minutes up the road, you’ll find award-winning creations at Beneduce Vineyards , Mount Salem Vineyards or Ironbound Farm . Have lunch at the unique Sky Café and watch airplanes take off and land while you dine. Visit the award-winning Bobolink Dairy along with Fourchette in Clinton and stock up on cheese to go with your beverage purchases at Cree Wine Company and Sunken Silo Brewery on your way home.
More Outdoor Fun!
Are you looking for more to do in the great outdoors of Hunterdon? Well options abound!
Enjoy breath-taking panoramic views of the region at the county’s highest elevation, Point Mountain. Nearby county parks such as Charlestown Reserve and Crystal Springs Preserve are also within a beautiful 30-min drive of Round Valley. And High Bridge’s famous Columbia Trail is a hit with both hikers and bikers. While there, make sure to catch the gnomes (you’ll see!)
Or just do nothing and take in the beautiful rolling hills and gorgeous vistas this region has to offer.
Whatever your choices, Hunterdon’s charms are on full display all around Round Valley!