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1121 State Highway Route 12, Frenchtown, NJ 8825 MoreLess Info
Frenchtown's Delaware River Tubing Company provides thrilling adventures for teens, adults and families. The tubing company is known for their wild river rafting adventures while also offering kayaking, canoeing and river tubing trips.
Northlandz is the world's largest model railroad with more than 8 miles of track and nearly 100 trains. In addition to the extensive model railroad, the attraction also features a 94-room doll house with a doll collection that contains over 200 dolls.
A dinner theater establishment that has been around for more than three decades, the Hunterdon Hills Playhouse sits on a country estate with 90 acres of grounds. The playhouse presents a variety of shows, and serves an array of food.
Sasco Hill beach is a beautiful beach offering privacy and a quiet atmosphere as well as many amenities such as picnicking, kayaking, sailing and birdwatching. The beach also features BBQ grills, an adjacent golf course and views of the harbor.
An attraction that highlights the history and artifacts of the Delaware Indians is the Pocono Indian Museum. A self guided tour or an audio tour through the museum is offered, and a gift shop at the end is present.
Local artists are supposed through the venue known as Live at the Falcon. Concerts are held almost every day of the week with different musicians being featured, and there is an on-site restaurant that offers Sunday brunch, dinner, and cocktails.