Hunterdon County has launched a new tourism campaign: Explore Hunterdon. The campaign, which is funded by Hunterdon County’s Commissioner Board, features a new website to entice visitors to explore the county’s significant number of tourism attractions. The site resides at the website address ExploreHunterdonNJ.com, and offers user-friendly navigation, eye-catching graphics, and tons of photos and videos that take visitors on a journey around Hunterdon County with an up-close and personal touch.
Featured website assets include the Hunterdon County Trip Planner, which allows visitors to design their own personalized itinerary as well as explore Things to Do, Foodie Fun, Outdoor Galore and Family Fun, as well as an extensive event calendar. Visitors may also learn about Hunterdon County’s vineyards & farmer’s markets, charming small towns, opportunities for outdoor adventures such as cycling & biking, boutiques & antiques, farm-to-table dining options, arts & historic sites and much more. Visitors may subscribe to the Explore Hunterdon newsletter, as well as view suggested itineraries when planning their trip.
The website also houses all information visitors need when planning their visit to Hunterdon County – such as information on lodging accommodations, dining, activities, entertainment, events, and attractions.
Visitors are encouraged to visit Explore Hunterdon on Facebook at @explorehunterdonnj and Instagram at @explorehunterdonnj to stay up-do-date on happenings and announcements in Hunterdon County, as well as announcements regarding the new campaign launch.
“The new Explore Hunterdon tourism campaign will launch Hunterdon County among the top tourist destinations in New Jersey, with our easy-to-use website and interactive social media pages capturing the many wonderful characteristics and amenities our County has to offer to both residents and visitors alike,” said John E. Lanza, director of the Hunterdon County Board of Commissioners.
Hunterdon residents as well as visitors to the County will agree that there are plenty of opportunities for play and healthy living. Hunterdon County’s park system boasts 25 parks and over 8,000 acres of parkland. A summer afternoon in the parks could involve hiking, picnicking and swimming. Several golf courses are available as well, including Heron Glen, Hunterdon’s own public course, which has been recognized among the best of the best.
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