Nice! Have you visited the friendliest town in New Jersey?

Nice! It’s the friendliest town in all of New Jersey, according to an article by onlyinyourstate.com and maybe you have visited it, if not put it on your list of places to go this spring and/or summer.

The article names Clinton as the friendliest town in the Garden State. Clinton is located in Hunterdon County. Clinton is located on the South Arm of the Raritan River in the Raritan Valley region. It is a picturesque town that I visited and found very pleasant, just as the article said. It’s a charming town in New Jersey.

Shawn Michael

Shawn Michael

One of Clinton’s highlights is the Village Moulin Rouge Museum, which is a great part of the area to visit when traveling to Clinton. The Moulin Rouge was built by Ralph Hunt. Hunt built the first section of this mill to process wool around 1810. Be sure to put this section of Clinton on your list of “must see” places in Clinton.

Shawn Michael

Shawn Michael

According to Only In Your State, “Plan to visit Clinton, where you will find shopping, businesses, restaurants and events! During the holidays, the city comes alive with spirit and festivities, and during the warmer months, live music fills the air. No wonder Clinton is considered one of the best and most charming towns in the Garden State!

Shawn Michael

Shawn Michael

Clinton is about a 90 minute drive from Ocean County, so grab a cup of coffee and take a drive into Hunterdon County and see the nicest town in New Jersey, I think you’ll enjoy and in the warmer months, there are many festivals and outdoor concerts to enjoy.

Shawn Michael

Shawn Michael

Shawn Michael

Shawn Michael

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