The Spring Street Pub & Grill is located at 144 Spring Street in Newton, NJ. We offer a wide selection of quality dishes and innovative beverages. At the Spring Street Pub & Grill, we pride ourselves on the exceptional customer service we provide to everyone who visits our establishment.
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We source most of our ingredients from local farmers and creameries and use as many local purveyors as possible. The promise we make to our customers is to provide them with the freshest ingredients that are seasonably available and do so by purchasing locally whenever possible.
3 S Sparta Ave, Sparta Township, NJ 07871
In 2011, after a major restoration, the historic Newton Theatre re-opened its doors as a 605 seat performing arts center in the heart of Sussex County, NJ. For more than two years it has presented a multitude of live performances with diverse programming, including world-renowned music acts, comedians, family shows and much more, in an intimate setting. Iconic performers such as Judy Collins, Lyle Lovett, Kansas, Arlo Guthrie, Jon Anderson, Todd Rundgren and The Glenn Miller Orchestra have all graced the stage. The Newton Theatre has brought back a vitality to downtown Newton and Sussex County, as only the arts can. And with its historic charm and world-class entertainment it has become NJ Skylands’ premier entertainment venue. Upcoming Events at the Newton Theatre
234 Spring Street, Newton, NJ 07860
The Newton Theatre
Angry Erik Brewing is a 10 Barrel microbrewery owned by husband and wife, Erik and Heide Hassing. We focus on brewing well balanced beers with Opened in 2014 by husband & wife team, Heide & Erik, Angry Erik Brewing strives to make a constant variety of beer to quench every craft beer lover’s thirst for the next new beer! Unique culinary ideas & fresh ingredients are masterfully combined to create delicious ales that surprise and delight your palate. Don’t Get Mad, Get ANGRY!!
10 Millpond Dr #8, Lafayette Township, NJ 07848
Angry Erik Brewing
We are a rustic country restaurant located in the heart of the Delaware Water Gap National Recreation Area. Established in 1949. Dine while enjoying scenic views of the Walpack Valley and watch the deer as they come in to feed just outside of our dining room. Dine by our roaring fire, in the greenhouse, or in our wildlife room. Known for our famous Walpack Inn brown bread, large salad bar, prime rib, great steaks, fresh seafood, and our large selection of pies which are all made in-house and homemade.
7 National Park Service Rd 615, Walpack Township, NJ 07881
WILD WEST CITY is a western heritage theme park that brings the old west back to life through portrayals of real-life western characters, legendary events and a frontier town re-creation. Featuring twenty-two (22) different live action shows throughout the course of the day, Wild West City offers the visitor the chance to “live” in the old west! In addition to the shows, we offer a 24-gauge miniature train ride, stagecoach and pony rides. Guests can browse our shops and museums along Main Street, visit and talk with our many knowledgeable townsfolk portraying early western life as historic figures or trades people, pan for gold, visit our barnyard zoo or play miniature golf. Our Chapel is quietly nestled beyond the town alongside our authentic 1880’s Schoolhouse. A large picnic grove is available or you may purchase refreshments at the Silver Dollar Saloon, Franks Pizza or at the Golden Nugget Saloon. You can also enjoy live western music at the Golden Nugget Saloon each day. In addition to our regular programs, a variety of weekend special events are planned throughout the season.
50 Lackawanna Drive, Stanhope, NJ 07874
Wild West City
Making wine is our passion. Along with the drive to connect with our heritage, we are creating wines we proudly call our own. So in New Jersey, a place where Italian-American culture has had a strong presence for many years, we present a winery with a vision to tie the old world to the new.
3619 New Jersey 94, Hamburg, NJ 07419
Cava Winery & Vineyard
The Spring Street Pub & Grill is located at 144 Spring Street in Newton, NJ. We offer a wide selection of quality dishes and innovative beverages. At the Spring Street Pub & Grill, we pride ourselves on the exceptional customer service we provide to everyone who visits our establishment.
144 Spring Street, Newton, NJ 07860
Spring Street Pub and Grill
Welcome to the Holiday Inn Express® & Suites hotel of Newton, NJ, the closest hotel to the Sussex County Fairgrounds. Our convenient location off Route 206 makes us ideal for business and leisure travelers. The hotel’s central location means we are just minutes away from area businesses such as Selective Insurance, Thorlabs, Inc., and Newton Medical Center, an Atlantic Health System hospital. We have an onsite 24-hour Business Center, with complimentry print, copying, and faxing, and free high speed internet access, as well as meeting rooms to accommodate groups of up to fifty. Sussex County, NJ offer a number of exciting attractions. Sports fans can take in a round of golf at Farmstead Golf and Country Club, or hit the slopes at Mountain Creek. We are just outside the center of Historical Newton, which is home to the newly renovated Sussex County Courthouse, one of the oldest still operating courthouses in the United States. Families can shop in Lafayette Village, explore the sights of Space Farms Zoo & Museum, attend an event at the Sussex County Fairgrounds or The Newton Theatre, and visit Swartswood State Park or Sterling Hill Mine Tour & Museum. The beautiful Delaware Water Gap is just […]
8 N Park Dr, Newton, NJ 07860
Holiday Inn Express
The view from High Point Monument, at 1,803 feet above sea level, is a spectacular panorama of rich farmland and forest, soft hills and lush valleys in three states. The blue line of the Delaware River divides the verdant ridges of New Jersey from those of Pennsylvania. High Point offers superb trails for hikers and skiers and quiet spots for campers and anglers. The land for High Point State Park, donated by Colonel Anthony R. and Susie Dryden Kuser, was dedicated as a park in 1923. The pleasant landscaping was designed by the Olmsted Brothers of Boston, a prominent landscape architectural firm of that time. The brothers were the sons of the eminent Frederick Law Olmsted, who designed Central Park.
1480 NJ-23, Sussex, NJ 07461
High Point State Park
Built in 1910 as Ogdensburg’s fifth public school, it was adapted for re-use in 1930 as the Borough’s first firehouse. In 1989, with the aid of two state grants, the Ogdensburg Historical Society adapted it for re-use and dedicated it as the Old Schoolhouse and Firehouse Museum. After 97 years, the Museum continues to serve the Borough of Ogdensburg as an historical learning and preservation center, and as a meeting hall. On June 10, 2006 it was dedicated as an Ogdensburg Historic Site. The museum’s first floor lobby holds a display case of minerals from the Ogdensburg’s Zinc Mine that was originally in the grade school. The fire truck bays contain the Ogdensburg Fire Department’s retired 1935 and 1959 American La France pumper trucks. These fire trucks can still be seen at parades. In June of 2006, the bays were dedicated in memory of William “Doly” Dolan and Joseph Fitzgibbons Sr.. These men were former students, OFD fire chiefs, and OHS charter members and vice-presidents all within the walls of this building. We will be adding more OFD memorabilia in the future. The second floor serves as a meeting hall for the society’s meetings and its showcases hold donated Ogdensburg […]
6 Passaic Ave, Ogdensburg, NJ 07439
Old Schoolhouse and Firehouse Museum
Some of the most rugged terrain and splendid views of northern New Jersey are found in Worthington State Forest. A rocky and sometimes steep trail follows Dunnfield Creek from the Delaware River to Mount Tammany or hikers may choose to follow the trail to Sunfish Pond, one of the most popular sites in the area. Millions of years in the making, the pond was carved out by glacial forces during the last ice age and is one of fourteen rock-basin lakes between the Delaware Water Gap and the end of Kittatinny Ridge. A trail circles the pond, with many boulders and openings for resting and observation.
Old Mine Rd, Columbia, NJ 07832
Worthington State Forest
Built in 1765, the courthouse was the site of a daring raid during the American Revolution by one of the Loyalists’ best operatives, Lieutenant James Moody. In 1780, Moody led several men to free eight Loyalist prisoners held in the Sussex County Courthouse. Moody freed the men and fled with them. Despite a pursuit lasting several days, Revolutionary forces failed to capture them. The court was gutted by fire in 1847 and rebuilt within the original walls and structure. It continues to handle judicial proceedings in conjunction with a newer facility. The building was added to the National Register of Historic Places on July 23, 1979. description via Wikipedia
3 High Street, Newton, NJ 07860
Sussex County Courthouse
The Franklin Mineral Museum a non-profit educational institution is located at 32 Evans Street, Franklin, Sussex County, New Jersey. The museum was incorporated June 2, 1964. Franklin, NJ coupled with its close neighbor Ogdensburg, NJ are the home of the world’s most famous zinc mines. The Franklin mine is especially famous for mineral fluorescence, and variety of rare species. On September 13, 1968 the State of New Jersey passed a resolution declaring the Borough of Franklin: “the Fluorescent Mineral Capital of the World.” These zinc deposits have produced 361 different mineral species starting with the discovery of zincite in 1810 by Dr. Archibald Bruce. The Franklin Mineral Museum’s mission is to preserve the mineral wealth, geology, knowledge, and history of “the greatest mineral locality on earth.” The area is perceived to be one of the best of “Nature’s Classrooms” by many prominent intellectuals and has much to offer science students and professionals. There is a long list of scientists, medical doctors, engineers, and other professionals who were inspired by a childhood visit to the Franklin Mineral Museum. The Franklin Mineral Museum hopes to continue the tradition of inspiration and education for many years to come. The advancement of technology has […]
32 Evans Street, Franklin, New Jersey 07416
Franklin Mineral Museum
In the heart of rural, Sussex County, Krave is a storefront, 45-seat restaurant. Krave’s urban elements feature creative cuisine, seasonal alfresco dining and a modern, rotating art gallery. Krave’s take on food is connected to American dishes, influenced by global flavors and created to bring us together. Its New American menu changes seasonally incorporating fresh and local ingredients.
102 Sparta Avenue, Newton, NJ 07860
Krave Cafe and Caterer
Savour is a unique cafe that exudes a passion for European cuisine. We choose organic food whenever possible, and always carry environmentally friendly products. We are not only health conscious, we are globally aware. Our homemade, all-natural ingredients produce our signature taste, which will capture your senses from the first bite. Our cakes and pastries are baked fresh daily, ensuring high quality and fresh tastes. Whether it is our scrumptious soups, fresh salads, mouth-watering paninis, comforting sandwiches, or luscious desserts, you will leave Savour satisfied. We also have a variety of coffee and tea options. From Teavana to lattes, you will be absolutely delighted with the inimitable assortment of specialty beverages. We invite you to come in for breakfast, lunch, or dinner. Our menu includes vegan, vegetarian, and gluten-free options to accommodate almost any diet. We deliver and provide catering services for your special event. Come visit us! Our gracious staff is waiting for you. Once you’ve savored Savour, you’ll make it your home away from home.
287 Newton Sparta Road, Newton (Andover Township), NJ 07860
Waterloo Village is a restored 19th-century canal town in Byram Township, Sussex County (west of Stanhope) in northwestern New Jersey, United States. The community was approximately the half-way point in the roughly 102-mile (165 km) trip along the Morris Canal, which ran from Jersey City (across the Hudson River from Manhattan, New York) to Phillipsburg, New Jersey, (across the Delaware River from Easton, Pennsylvania). Waterloo possessed all the accommodations necessary to service the needs of a canal operation, including an inn, a general store, a church, a blacksmith shop (to service the mules on the canal), and a watermill. For canal workers, Waterloo’s geographic location would have been conducive to being an overnight stopover point on the two-day trip between Phillipsburg and Jersey City. It is currently an open-air museum in Allamuchy Mountain State Park. As part of the State Park, it is open to the public from sunrise to sunset. The village is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. Description courtesy Wikipedia
525 Waterloo Road, Stanhope, New Jersey 07874
Sussex County Strawberry Farm, located in northern New Jersey, consists of two families who have been growing quality fruit for over 30 years. Not only are we growing berries, but we’re growing a reputation for having the best berries. Our Farm takes pride in offering quality produce in a friendly, family environment. We look forward to seeing you soon!
565 Route 206, Newton, NJ
Sussex County Strawberry Farm
Hill Memorial Museum at 82 Main Street in Newton, was constructed for the historical society in 1916 and has served as its home since then. It was built in the renaissance revival style to the design of Henry T. Stephens, an architect from Paterson, New Jersey by local contractor Thomas Farrel. It was dedicated on June 8, 1917 and named after three relatives of the main donor, Joshua Hill. It is the oldest building continuously operated as a museum in the State of New Jersey. The Hill Memorial was placed on the New Jersey Register of Historic Places and National Register of Historic Places on 18 July 1985. The entry hall has a grand staircase made of quartered oak. The exterior walls are constructed in brick in two shades made by the N.H. Sloan kilns of Pennsylvania. Ornaments for the entrance were manufactured by the Brick Terra Cotta & Tile Company of Corning, New York. A 1922 fireplace on the ground floor was made by George Sharp with stones of local geological and historic significance. The second floor houses collections of quilts and other textiles, farming tools, baskets and other household items, Civil War memorabilia, and a partial skeleton of […]
82 Main Street, Newton, NJ 07860
Hill Memorial Museum
At Stonewood Tavern, we believe that every day is an occasion to celebrate, to come together, and to enjoy delicious food. We achieve this by appreciating all who walk through our doors, expressing a genuine concern for every guest’s experience. Our open floor plan, vaulted ceilings, rustic-beamed walls, and comfy booths add distinct character, while our full bar and open kitchen create an atmosphere both intimate and engaging. Our bar area also features table seating and tvs – for those who prefer a more casual setting – while those in our main dining area are treated to the sounds of classic jazz. We are a place where couples, families, friends, and co-workers gather to laugh, share, and enjoy their time together.
Stonewood Tavern, 239 Route 206, Byram, NJ 07821
Welcome to New Jersey’s first state park and historic landmark destination for outdoor recreation and leisure activities. Swartswood was established as New Jersey’s first state park in 1915 to ensure public access to the State’s third largest freshwater lake. Swartswood Lake is the park’s main attraction, welcoming visitors from all around to its calm waters for canoeing, kayaking, sailing, fishing, swimming or simply relaxing. Whether you prefer land or water, winter or summer, the park is open year-round with something to do every season. Swartswood State Park is located in Northwest New Jersey in the Ridge and Valley region of Sussex County, five miles west of Newton.
1091 East Shore Drive Startswood, Newton, NJ 07860
Swartswood State Park
Featuring more than 500 animals of 100 different species, Space Farms has the largest private collection of North American animals, in their natural surroundings in the United States. The zoo also has many exotic species from around the world. Space Farms is internationally famous for their bear and lion cub breeding programs. A trip to the country zoo thrills children of all ages as they stroll the grassy grounds and are able to feed animals in special animal access areas. Younger children love the attention of free roaming chickens, ducks and geese. The Space Farm’s Museum contains more than 50,000 artifacts, including 50 antique cars, motorcycles, farm implements, early American tools, dolls, clocks, tractors, horse drawn sleighs, and Native American artifacts. Space Farms also has the second largest privately owned collection of antique firearms in the United States. Don’t forget lunch or a snack in Space Farms’ NEW Extreme Pizza restaurant, where you can grab a fresh slice of pizza — or anything else on the extensive Extreme Pizza menu — now located at Space Farms! The Extreme Pizza restaurant will be open daily from 10a – 8p, and Friday and Saturday from 10a – 10p, where you can eat […]
218 Route 519, Sussex, NJ 07461
Space Farms Zoo & Museum
A Teacher designed and built the Land of Make Believe specifically to excite the imagination and make learning fun. A dairy farm was transformed into a magical “Land” that incorporates Fun with Learning. The historical Legend of Jenny Jump dates to 1748 when 9 year old Jenny & her family were among the first settlers in Western NJ. Her historical feat is recognized by NJ naming the Mt. range and the State Park after her. Visit her house and legend. During the Civil War in Paterson, NJ a special steam locomotive was built. The 1863 C.P. Huntington cointributed to building the Trans COntinental Railroad and had the lead part in the movie “Iron Horse”. This is an important legacy of New Jersey and the United States. Ride the train. Five Star General Dwight D. Eisenhower, the Supreme Commander of the European Allied Forces during WWII was flown in DC-3s. Explore the cockpit of this WWII DC-3. Old McDonald’s Farm allows children to learn and have interactive encounters with domestic farm animals not seen in Zoos.
354 Great Meadows Rd, Hope, NJ 07844
The Land of Make Believe and Pirate’s Cove
Tomahawk Lake is conveniently located just one hour from the George Washington Bridge in Sparta. NJ. The parks grounds are situated on 200 breathtaking acres that come complete with everything a family could ask including an 18-hole miniature golf course, rustic outdoor beer garden featuring live music on the weekends, Souvenir shops, Softball field, horse-shoe and volleyball areas, an old fashioned picnic area with more than 800 tables and New Jersey’s largest white sand beach featuring an incredible 20-acre lake! Parents and older children will be swept away by Tomahawk Lake’s wide variety of incredible water slides and rides to choose from such as their 400 foot body slides and speed slide, swan boats, duck boats, paddle boats and bumper boats, the one-person water coaster, Trolley slide and their awesome Rocky Mountain slide that spans over 500 feet!
155 Tomahawk Trail, Sparta, NJ 07871
Tomahawk Lake Waterpark
Throughout the season we provide the local community with site-grown cherries, plums, apricots, peaches (12 varieties), and apples (35 varieties). As well, we offer fresh baked apple cider donuts, REAL homemade pies, and other seasonal baked goods.
359 Ridge Road, Newton, NJ
Windy Brow Farms
Action Park is New Jersey’s largest waterpark. With a variety of 30+ different rides and slides Mountain Creek Waterpark offers something for kids and adults of all ages. Come out and beat the heat this summer at the area’s hottest waterpark.
200 Route 94, Vernon Township, NJ 07462
The Musconetcong River, with some of the best trout fishing in the state, winds through Allamuchy Mountain State Park. Several miles of trails crisscross through the forests and marshlands of the park.
Allamuchy Mountain Park, Byram Township, NJ
Allamuchy Mountain State Park
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150 Spring Street, Newton, NJ 07860
Newton Fire Museum
The tunnel was built in 1871 by the Midland Railway Line in order to cross the Wallkill Valley. New York, Susquehanna and Western Railway took over control of the tunnel in 1881 when the Midland Railway Line was merged into it. The tunnel was first referenced as the Backwards Tunnel in 1976 because it was thought that the tunnel should have been wider over the road than over the river. Ogdensburg declared the tunnel a borough historic site in 1991. A flood in 2000 which caused two nearby dams to burst damaged the tunnel. A book was published in 2009 about the history of the tunnel. Description via Wikipedia
Cork Hill Road, Ogdensburg, NJ
Backwards Tunnel aka Ogdensburg Rail Arch
The breathtaking and panoramic view from Sunrise Mountain along the Appalachian Trail rewards the hiker who has trekked up the steep side of the mountain. The view encompasses the pastoral farmland of New Jersey to the east and undeveloped forests and mountain ridges to the west. For those who don’t relish the idea of climbing up the side of a mountain and following a sometimes rocky and steep trail for a few hours, there is a short drive to the pavilion at the top of the mountain. Stokes is famous for its impressive beauty, whether it is at the top of a mountain ridge or in the cool and fragrant Tillman Ravine with its rushing stream and steep cliffs. Hikers, campers, fishermen and photographers are attracted to its wild setting.
1 Coursen Rd, Branchville, NJ 07826
Stokes State Forest
The Appalachian is the perfect overnight destination for visitors to Mountain Creek, offering slopestyle accommodations right at the base of Vernon Peak. The Appalachian offers spacious studio, one and two bedroom units complete with kitchens, working fireplaces and mountainside views. Guests can enjoy our heated outdoor pool and hot tub, underground parking, ski/board storage lockers, family game room and fitness center.
200 Route 94, Vernon Township, NJ
NJ camping at Kymer’s Camping Resort is an ideal campground resort setting for a memorable family vacation. Our 200 scenic acres in the Kittatinny Mountains offer something for the whole family. We invite you and your family to come and enjoy the wonderful outdoors in NJ. Whether you hike the Appalachian Trail and experience nature at its finest, kayak on the lake or simply relax in the sunshine by our Olympic-size swimming pool, there is something for everyone to enjoy. It’s a great escape from the hustle and bustle of everyday life. And if you think camping is only for those who own camping equipment, think again. At Kymer’s we offer two exciting options, trailer rentals or cabin rentals for those families that want to enjoy the camping experience without having to purchase their own camping equipment. If you’re looking for a vacation spot that’s not too far from home and offers fun for the whole family, Kymer’s Camping Resort in Northwest NJ is a great place to explore.
69 Kymer Road Branchville, NJ 07826
Kymer’s Camping Resort
Since 1978, Sheridan’s Restaurant and Tavern, located in Andover, NJ, has been a favorite to the local community. Family owned and operated from the beginning, Sheridan’s offers warm and friendly service, good food and drink, in a unique setting overlooking beautiful Lake Iliff. Every seat in both dining rooms overlooks the lake, a mere twenty feet away. Sheridan’s serves wonderful home style meals that include chicken pot pies, steaks, pasta, meatloaf, cottage pie, burgers, incredible salads, fresh seafood and more. The bar is one of the largest in Sussex County and offers great choices of wine, cocktails and beers. It is truly a neighborhood tavern – something that is disappearing in today’s society.
631 Limecrest Rd, Newton, NJ 07860
Sheridan’s Restaurant and Tavern
Welcome to Atlantic Manor where we offer an aray of delicious and sense exploding flavors and choices to decorate our well designed menu. This is the perfect atmosphere to host your parties. We offer a Full Menu and Full Bar with many amenities including Live Music and more.
83 Main St, Ogdensburg, NJ 07439
Built on a real working farm, Pleasant Acres provides a camping experience that you won’t find anywhere else. Everything here is done on the farm and country theme. You can enjoy Horse Drawn Hayrides and Baby Animal Petting every weekend throughout the summer, and special events like Cow Milking, Sheep Shearing and our famous Pig Chases.
61 DeWitt Road Sussex, New Jersey 07461
Pleasant Acres Farm Campground
Ventimiglia Vineyard welcomes you to visit our peaceful, rustic farm. Bring your picnic snacks, wear your walking shoes (if you choose to walk a bit). We are truly a “place apart”! Late September/Early October foliage is gorgeous for your trip, and we are currently harvesting our grapes, crushing and fermenting and pressing grapes for the 2015 vintage. As always, welcome to our lovely, comfortable tasting room for a delicious array of our wines for sampling and purchasing. Salude!
101 Layton Rd, Wantage, NJ 07461
We are a family farm nestled in the heart of the scenic Delaware Water Gap area of New Jersey. Each hand-crafted wine is fermented, aged, and bottled by our family. We pride ourselves in delivering complex varietals that can be enjoyed alone or easily paired with your favorite meal. Our family graciously invites you to visit the winery for a relaxing experience, filled with enjoyable conversation, pleasant wines, and a beautiful view of our vineyard. Let the stress of the day melt away as you enjoy a glass of wine on our 100 foot long covered porch!
594 NJ-94, Columbia, NJ 07832
Brook Hollow Winery
“Mangia Bene! – Vivi Bene!” “Eat Well! – Live Well!” Sharing a meal with friends and family is one of the great pleasures in life. At Dominick’s, you’ll be happy to know that these days, even on a budget; you can still enjoy a wonderful dining experience. We are a BYOB establishment where our guests are welcome to bring their favorite wine, champagne or beer to enjoy with their meal.
10 E Clinton St, Newton, NJ 07860
Dominick’s Italian Restaurant and Pizzeria
Exceptional choices for year-round accommodations, Crystal Springs Resort is the ideal place to spend your next getaway in New Jersey! Plan the most exciting and convenient, located less than an hour from NYC, and set amidst a brilliant mountainscape with endless recreation and world-class amenities at your fingertips at Crystal Springs Resort.
1 Wild Turkey Way, Hamburg, NJ 07419
Crystal Springs Resport
Take a short drive off Route 15 or US 206 through the scenic Northwestern New Jersey Highlands to beautiful Lake Mohawk, and you will discover the charming village of Lake Mohawk in Sparta. And in the heart of this & Old-World-Style community’s White Deer Plaza, you can enjoy an extraordinary dining experience at the landmark St. Moritz Grill & Bar. At the St. Moritz you will enjoy outstanding classic American cuisine with a touch of European flair in an elegantly casual atmosphere. Our menu features wood-grilled meats, seafood and vegetables and Executive Chef Joel Cain’s wonderfully inventive interpretations of classic American and European soups, salads and entrees, all emphasizing fresh, locally produced ingredients. The St. Moritz Restaurant welcomes guests for lunch and dinner from 11:30 am to 9:30 pm Mondays through Thursdays; 11:30 am to 10:30 pm on Fridays and Saturdays; and on Sundays from 12:00 noon until 9:00 pm. The St. Moritz also offers an outstanding venue for parties and other events in our private dining areas. Visit our wonderful corner of New Jersey soon – and bring your friends and family, too. You’ll love the spectacular scenery, the relaxing ambiance – and the great food and hospitality of […]
9 White Deer Plaza, Sparta Township, NJ 07871
St. Moritz Grill & Bar
The Cow’s Brow Creamery was founded in 2013 with the mission to serve fresh, homemade ice cream to the local community while utilizing as many farm and locally produced ingredients as possible. We source our unflavored 14% butterfat ice cream base from Upstate Niagara Cooperative in Buffalo, NY. All flavor formulation, batch freezing, and packaging is done on-site on a weekly basis. We are open seasonally, May through December and serve traditional, classic flavors as well as monthly seasonal flavors as scoops, milkshakes, pints and quarts. We also produce dairy-free seasonal sorbets and no-sugar-added vanilla ice cream to cater to those with allergies or dietary restrictions. Starting in 2014, we will also sell homemade ice cream sandwiches, ice cream pies, and be able to fulfill custom flavor orders for weddings, birthday parties, or other special events.
359 Ridge Road, Newton, NJ
The Cow’s Brow Creamery and Homemade Ice Cream at Windy Brow
The resort features a 45-acre lake on 160 scenic acres just 50 miles from New York City. We invite you to come and enjoy the wonderful outdoors whether you prefer swimming, boating, fishing or just relaxing on a sandy beach.
6 Panther Lake Road Andover, NJ 07821
Panther Lake Camping Resort
We are located in beautiful northern Sussex County New Jersey. We are directly across the street from Lake Mohawk in Sparta’s White Deer Plaza. Our historic building dates back to 1927 and we can’t think of anyplace else that offers old-world charm like Krogh’s. That is why our mantra is: “Old world charm. New world people. Like you. Welcome to Krogh’s. We are all here to serve you.” We take great pride in offering the finest food, beverage and service possible. We enjoy creating a warm and friendly atmosphere, and we strive to make your dining experience a memorable one. So come and be pampered by our experienced staff. We understand it takes 100 great meals to win a customer, but only one bad experience to lose them. We are open 7 days a week for lunch and dinner and we offer complimentary valet parking on Friday and Saturday nights, all year long. RESTAURANT HOURS: Lunch Monday – Saturday: 11:30 am – 5:00 pm Dinner Monday – Saturday: 5:00 pm – 10:00 pm Dinners are served all day long on Sundays, year-round: Sundays: 12:00 noon – 9:00 pm LABOR DAY (SEPTEMBER) UNTIL MEMORIAL DAY (MAY). Sundays: 12:00 noon – 10:00 […]
23 White Deer Plaza, Sparta Township, NJ 07871
Krogh’s Restaurant and Brew Pub
Glacial lakes, limestone outcroppings, former railroads, and a small airport are features of Kittatinny Valley State Park. Lake Aeroflex and Gardner’s Pond form part of the headwaters of the Pequest River and are excellent for fishing and boating. This scenic property is home to a variety of wildlife such as whitetail deer, wild turkey, a variety of songbirds, beaver, muskrats, and squirrels. Hunting, hiking, mountain biking, birding, and horseback riding are popular activities. The four lakes offer fishing, boating, and kayaking opportunities. The Paulinskill Valley Trail and the Sussex Branch Trail are former railroads that have been converted for use as multiple use trails. Both railroads were critical to the development of Sussex County through the late 1800’s and early 1900’s. The wide cinder surface is ideal for walking, running, mountain biking, and horseback riding. When snow conditions are abundant, these trails provide and excellent opportunity for cross-country skiing, and snowshoeing. You might even see a musher and his dogsled team running down the trail!
Goodale Rd, Newton, NJ 07860
Kittatinny Valley State Park
Nine miles in length and covered by 2,500 acres of freshwater, Lake Hopatcong is the focal point of the park. Hopatcong State Park is at the southwest end of the lake and is a popular spot for fishing, boating, and swimming. Lake Hopatcong was originally created as part of the Morris Canal, a 90-mile waterway that ran from Newark to Phillipsburg and was the chief means of transporting coal, iron and zinc across New Jersey in the 1860s. The lake was the canal’s major source of water. In 1866, over 880,000 tons of freight was transported on the canal. However, as the more efficient Morris and Essex Railroad was established, the canal was abandoned. The historical museum is located in the old Morris Canal locktender’s house and offers exhibits on local American Indian history, the Morris Canal and the history of the lake.
6 Lakeside Blvd, Landing, NJ 07850
Hopatcong State Park
Located at 602 Route 23 in Franklin New Jersey. Minutes from Mountain Creek Ski Resort & Water park, and minutes from all of Crystal Springs Golf Courses. So, if its after a day on the slopes, or the greens, or just to wind down after a day on the job, The Irish Cottage Inn is the place to go, no matter what time day or night. We always have great food and a great brew to set a great mood, for you and your crew!
602 NJ-23, Franklin, NJ 07416