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Hope, NJ, is one of the earliest planned communities in New England. Established by German Moravians in 1769, records and maps show that they methodically planned, plotted, and surveyed every street, homes, wells, and even the surrounding farms before proceeding with building them. The original name of this town was Greenland, chosen for the founding member John Samuel Green. The town’s inhabitants renamed the town in 1775 by drawing from a hat, and the winning name was Hope.

Hope, NJ has been featured in a handful of movies, most notably the horror movie, Friday the 13. The Moravian Cemetery and Hartung’s General Store were featured in the movie.

The closest large town is Hackettstown, about 10 miles southeast of the city. Allamuchy Township sits less than 15 minutes east.

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The Great Outdoors

Avoid the hassle of setting up a leaky tent and dealing with mosquitoes by renting an RV. You’ll gain access to a world of adventure and fun! Jenny Jump State Park is just a few minutes away. It has several miles of trails that are challenging. Cross slippery moraine, leap from boulder to boulder, explore this natural geological feature. Formed by a glacier thousands of years ago, the park is still as ragged and raw as it was the day the glaciers left the area. The lush green woods and grassy meadows soften the terrain, though, and there are plenty of wildlife that’ll delight a nature photographer. This park is a designated Dark-Sky park, which is an increasingly rare feature on the eastern seaboard. Witness the faint milky way with your own eyes. The raw, grippy limestone and sheer vertical rock slab are well liked by the rock climbers, and they flock to this park in droves.

Beaver Brook Wildlife Management Area is another pocket of wilderness. Largely an open space, trails winds and bends around the perimeter of the neighboring corn farms and crosses through fresh, grassy meadows. The main trail leads to the Lost Lake where beaver lodges and dams can be spotted. This is a great place to park your rental RV and hit the trail.

RV Parks

Book a motorhome rental in Hope and decide where to grab your eight hours of sleep. Jenny Jump State Park has a few campsites that can accommodate RVs or trailers, and while there are no electric hookups, there are showers and restroom facilities.

For hookups and more amenities, consider a private campground instead. TripleBrook Campground is a family-friendly facility, with a variety of options for you to choose from. Deep woods or open meadows? Partial hookups or full? The choice is yours.

Exploring the City

A picturesque little town with about 2,000 residents, Hope -- and many other neighboring towns -- has several homes that date back to early 1800s. Hop into your motorhome rental from Hope and go on a sightseeing tour. Hope’s Historical Museum will get you started with figuring out where to go and where to find the classic covered bridges that are still standing. While you’re at the museum, do take a few minutes to browse the exhibitions. The museum, which has been featured by National Geographic, displays some of the rare and unusual artifacts from the original settlers.

Land of Make Believe is a local family-friendly amusement park with rides that will appeal to people of all ages and temperaments. The timid or easily nauseated can enjoy gentler, tamer options like the lazy river, and the bold and adventurous can line up for one of the wild, twisty roller coasters.

Hit the wild blue frontier! There are hot air balloon companies in the area. Skyland Ballooning, an experienced organization with over three decades under its belt, offers regular flights, contingent on weather, at sunrise and sunsets, which are the optimal times to launch and fly a balloon. Get an unique, birds-eye view of northwestern New Jersey, and the lucky adventurers sometimes will see Delaware River Gap from 3,000 feet above.

At the end of a long day of sightseeing and adventure in your Hope camper rental, unwind by visiting one of the local wineries. Four Sisters Winery in Belvidere is a popular destination. In addition to a tasting room, they also regularly hold wine-stomping events. What a great way to get rid of stress! Check online for the schedule; it’s usually posted once a month. The winery has won over 100 regional, international, and international awards for their wines, which includes whites, reds, rose, and fruit wines.

The western part of New Jersey is well known for the small town charm. Rent a luxury motorhome in Hope and enjoy the warm sun, lush green landscape, and friendly locals.

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