A 291-acre preserve protects an important water source, wildlife habitat and farmland, and expands an existing county park.
This historic landmark is the home of the Hunterdon Land Trust and the site of its farmers’ market, but it also offers tranquil natural areas where you can hike, spot wildlife and splash in a cool stream just a few minutes from the center of Flemington.
Once zoned for high-density housing, this 150-acre parcel encompasses the largest undeveloped parcel in this picturesque river town. If you’re lucky, you may catch a glimpse of nesting ospreys.
This parcel on the steep western shoulder of Musconetcong Mountain is the central piece in a cluster of protected woodland that now encompasses more than 140 acres.
A 10-year effort led to the preservation of this natural jewel — 452 acres of forest, meadows and streams with magnificent views of the Delaware River valley. The preserve is part of a belt of protected farms and parkland extending across 800 acres.