December 2022 Update
The Hunterdon County Division of Parks and Recreation is pleased to provide facilities for the public to reserve for group and family gatherings at the following locations:
The Hunterdon County Arboretum
1020 Highway 31
Lebanon, NJ 08833 (Clinton Township)
Echo Hill Park
42 Lilac Drive
Flemington, NJ 08822 (Clinton Township)
Deer Path Park
120 West Woodschurch Road
Flemington, NJ 08822 (Readington Township)
Court Street Park
Court Street and Park Avenue
Flemington, NJ 08822 (Flemington Borough)
Teetertown Preserve - Group and Public Camping Areas
30 Pleasant Grove Road
Port Murray, NJ 07865 (Lebanon Township)
South County Park
1217 Route 179
Lambertville, NJ 08530
How to Reserve
The following forms are required for all reservations:
2. Certification of Insurance: The contractor shall produce a certificate of insurance:
Download the Reservable Facilities and Fees Guide (PDF) for additional information.
A fully executed Application for Facility Use, issued by the County of Hunterdon for any activity, shall authorize the activity only insofar as it may be performed in strict accordance with the terms and conditions thereof. The State of NJ, County of Hunterdon, or the local municipality may require additional permits. Food trucks providing services to a public event are required to contact the municipality for a permit in which the event is being held. All cooking booths will apply for and return a Fire Safety Permit from the Hunterdon County Buildings & Maintenance Division, Attention: Fire Marshall, two (2) weeks prior to the event.
A separate permit from Hunterdon County Parks & Recreation and additional coverage are required for alcohol use (only available at Deer Path Park Cedars Pavilion and Court Street Park).
Patrons may use the following resource links to purchase coverage, or purchase elsewhere:
Deer Path Park Cedars Pavilion Court Street Park
COVID Prevention for Gatherings: COVID-19 remains a threat, particularly at indoor gatherings with unvaccinated individuals. Follow the safety tips from the CDC and the NJ Department of Health to protect yourself and avoid putting others at risk.
- Meeting attendees should be reminded to stay home if experiencing illness
- Hand sanitizer should be made available for guests
- Guests should wash their hands before serving or eating food
- Clean and disinfect commonly touched surfaces and any shared items between use when feasible.
Meeting organizers should consider making masks available for attendees. People may choose to mask at any time. You SHOULD wear a mask if you have COVID-19 symptoms, a positive test, exposure to someone with COVID-19, or live in a county with elevated or “high” COVID community levels.