Dedicated to bringing consumers and farmers together, this "one-of-a-kind" market features locally grown foods, all produced in our beautiful area. Special market events throughout the season include cooking demonstrations, live music, children’s activities, a Tour de Blairstown bike ride and seasonal food celebrations.
The Blairstown Museum, a non-profit organization, is housed in a 19th century building, known as the last remaining structure of "Roy's Row". As the only general history and cultural museum for the Township of Blairstown, they care for thousands of items which illustrate the history of the township and its inhabitants, including former resident and founder John Insley Blair (an American entrepreneur, railroad magnate, philanthropist and one of the 19th century's wealthiest men).
Hope Junction Antiques began with a leisurely Sunday stroll and a chance encounter with a vacant storefront. Applying their eye for design and a taste for the unique, Charles and Lisa Iulo have been curating an enviable collection of artisanal and vintage pieces for the home for over a decade now.
Located on a beautiful glacial lake in the 70,000-acre Delaware Water Gap National Recreation Area, the Appalachian Mountain Club's Mohican Outdoor Center is an ideal retreat from the world's cares. Stroll to nearby wetlands to spot the local wildlife, or hike the Appalachian Trail to magnificent views of the water gap. Or just splash or paddle in Catfish Pond and unwind.
ROY’s HALL is operated by Blairstown Live-Arts, Inc., a non-profit 501(c)(3) cultural institution with the goal of promoting a broad appreciation of the interplay between culture and artistic expression. It does this by acting as a forum for artists who best exemplify world traditions, reflect contemporary trends and explore artistic frontiers, and by nurturing the artistic and cultural life of its own community in and around the Skylands region of New Jersey.