Summer is just around the corner which means long weekend trips await! Country Living Magazine recently named 30 must-visit towns, and Hunterdon County’s own Lambertville, NJ made the list. Here’s what they had to say:
The Delaware River, famously crossed in winter by George Washington and his Continental Army not far from here, is a lot friendlier in the summer. The wide, beautiful river runs through parks and small towns of the region, flowing down from the Catskills and dividing Lambertville from its twin, New Hope, PA, across the river. The streets of the two small towns, full of shops and cafes, are busy on weekends with antique and bargain hunters (viewers of the PBS series,Antiques Roadshow, may recognize some of the local dealers). The Golden Nugget Flea Market, along the River Road on the New Jersey side, is fun to explore, even for amateurs. Beyond shopping, vacationers can take float trips to fish on the river or sign up to spend the afternoon tubing or visit the colonial house museums.
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