The County Links on the left will keep you specifically in Warren County and the Skyland Region of NJ. We add new listings and links on a regular basis. In this County is some of the most rugged and scenic terrain to be found in the State. The landscape is characterized by a series of ridges and valleys in a northeasterly /southwesterly direction. Elevations range from 124 feet to 1,600 feet above sea level. Mountain ranges and ridges which divide fertile river valleys include Kittatinny Mountain, Jenny Jump Mountain, Scott's Mountain and Pohatcong Mountain.
For a taste of the call of the wild a trip to the Lakota Wolf preserve in Columbia is a must.
Warren County offers a great deal in the way of wholesome outdoor recreation. Nearly 40,000 acres are prime forest, and more than 61,000 acres are termed forest land of statewide importance. Parks, forest and conservation lands within the County total nearly 38,000 acres and include Jenny Jump State Forest, Stephens State Park, Allamuchy Mountain State Park, Worthington State Forest, Merrill Creek Environmental Resource Preserve, Pequest Trout Hatchery and Natural Resource Educational Center, and the Delaware Water Gap National Recreation Area. Country roads for biking, hiking or driving offer many scenic vistas as well as country craft and antique shops for browsing, farms for picking fresh vegetables and fruits, and wineries which welcome visitors to taste their selections.
The Delaware River, with 52 miles of county shoreline, is a major recreation resource. Visitors can fish for bass, muskies, shad and a variety of other fish, enjoy canoeing, swimming, tubing and boating. The Delaware's tributary streams and rivers, each having their own picturesque setting, are alive with sport fish and offer other recreational opportunities.