at the heart of New Jersey's History and so much much!


Cream Ridge Golf Club

181 Route 539
Cream Ridge / (609) 259-2849

Hanover Country Club

133 Larrison Road
Wrightstown / (609) 758-0300

Miry Run

106B Sharon Road
Robbinsville / (609) 259-1010

Gamblers Ridge

121 Burlington Path Road
Cream Ridge / (609) 758-3588


Cream Ridge Winery

145 Rt. 539
Allentown / (609) 259-9797

Silver Decoy Winery

610 Windsor-Perrineville Road East Windsor / (609) 371-6000

Laurita Winery

35 Archertown Rd.
New Egypt / 1.800.LAURITA


La Piazza

Church Street, Allentown
(609) 208-0640

Di Mattia's Restaurant

North Main Street, Allentown (609) 259-9128

Woody's Towne Cafe

27 South Main Street, Allentown
(609) 259-5722

The Alps Bistro

4 South Main Street, Allentown  
(609) 223-0335

Pete's Deli & Grocery

1280 Yardville Allentown Rd Allentown / (609) 259-3339

Via Roma

1280 Yardville Allentown Rd Allentown / (609) 259-2229

Phil’s Sub Shop

173 Route 526, Allentown

Coltello Restaurant
460 Main Street, Crosswicks
 (609) 298-6128

Chesterfield Inn

633 Jacobstown Chstrfld Rd Chesterfield / (609) 298-1917


Emery’s Blueberry Farm

346 Long Swamp Road
New Egypt / (609) 758-8514

Kaczor Mum Farm

121 Rte 539, Allentown
(609) 259-3524

Russo’s Pick Your Own

310 Extonville Road
Allentown / (609) 259-3684

New Egypt Flea Market

933 Rt 537 (Monmouth Rd)
New Egypt / (609) 758-2082

Grounds for Sculpture

18 Fairgrounds Rd
Hamilton Township
(609) 586-0616

Six Flags
Six Flags Great Adventure, Six Flags Wild Safar and Six Flags Hurricane Harbor

History, Nature
and the Outdoors

For the outdoorsman, the equestrian, the historian, the nature lover, the artist, or the athlete, PeaceFields Inn offers the perfect launching point for relaxation, exploration and reflection. We are at the heart of New Jersey’s History and so much more!

Historic Allentown
Incorporated as a borough on January 29, 1889, Allentown offers a beautiful and relaxed Main Street for dining, coffee, shopping or just strolling. Allentown's shopping district has antique and specialty shops, as well as restaurants. Many historic homes and historic buildings are located in the borough.


Historic Walnford

This 36-acre mill site is listed on the State and National Registers of Historic Places Like many communities, the village that grew on this site began in 1734 with a gristmill. Richard Waln purchased the site, renamed it Walnford, and moved in with his wife Elizabeth and children in 1773.

Horse Park of NJ
Horse Park of New Jersey is a world-class equine exhibition facility with many amenities available.

Historic Princeton
Best known for — and invigorated by the presence of — Princeton University, this compact town carries an historical heritage that predates the American Revolution. However, it was the War for Independence that provided Princeton its lasting fame. Here, in 1777, George Washington led American patriots.

Historic Trenton
Trenton became the state capital in 1790. During the American Revolutionary War, the city was the site of George Washington's first military victory. On December 26, 1776, Washington and his army, after crossing the icy Delaware River to Trenton, defeated the Hessian troops garrisoned there (see Battle of Trenton). After the war, Trenton was briefly the national capital of the United States in November and December of 1784.

Washington’s Crossing
Washington's Crossing is the location of Washington's crossing of the Delaware on the Delaware River in Titusville, New Jersey, and Yardley, Pennsylvania. The site was named a U.S. National Historic Landmark in 1961. It comprises two state parks: on the New Jersey side, Washington Crossing State Park, and on the Pennsylvania side Washington Crossing Historic Park.

The New Jersey Shore
35 minutes due east, you will find some of the most beautiful beaches in the Northeast. The very closest are Sea Girt, Manasquan, and Point Pleasant.


Sayen House and Gardens

Situated in historic Hamilton Square, Sayen House and Gardens provide a welcome sanctuary for nature lovers, garden enthusiasts and history buffs alike. Along with this breathtaking scenery as nature's perfect background, Sayen Gardens is available for a variety of functions.

Mercer County Park

Mercer County Park encompasses over 2,500 acres with athletic facilities, ice skating center, tennis center, biking, boat house and marina, rowing center and crew course, nature trails, fishing and more!

Monmouth County Parks
Monmouth County Park System has grown to 38 sites totaling more than 14,500 acres. The Park System offers over 4,000 recreation programs. From nature hikes to pottery classes and everything in between, Monmouth County Parks facilities also include sledding, skating, cross country skiing and activities for any season.