Bus Rental NJ Destinations: Things to Do in Warren County - Part 1

Bus Rental NJ recommends the peaceful living in Warren County, New Jersey. According to the 2011 census, the county was home to only about 108,339 people. In 2009, it was one of CNNMoney.com's best places to live in the United States.

CNNMoney.com cited the high quality of the county's schools as well as the wide and open spaces available for everyone.

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However, if you are not quite ready to move in, you can easily visit the county for a short while. Bus Rental NJ can help arrange transportation for you and your group. No matter how big your group is, we can help you in getting a mini bus, coach bus, cars, vans and other vehicles you need.

If you are planning to visit Warren County, then be sure to do these things:

1. Visit the historic landmarks.

Warren County was one of the most significant places in the Revolutionary War and the Civil War. Proof of this is the variety of historical landmarks that dot the area.

Morris Canal Greenway's Lock 7 West Bread Lock Park is the site of the first boat to travel from Stewartsville to Newark. It was one of the channels where goods, homemade pies, and bread were transported. These goods were brought in everyday. There are a lot more historical sites in Morris Canal, including the Jim and Mary Lee Museum at Plane 9 West, the Florence M. Kuipers Memorial Park, Saxton Falls and Towpath Trail.

You could also visit Hope Township, which has several structures that are among the National Register of Historic Places. Check out the Moravian Log Tavern where George Washington and his men ate in 1782!

2. Go hiking.

Warren County is home to a variety of beautiful hiking trails that can help you get some fresh air and exercise. Read more about these hiking trails such as the Delaware Water Gap, Jenny Jump State Forest, Sunfish Pond in an earlier article we have here: Bus Rental NJ Destinations: Hiking in Warren County