July 2020 Edition
Welcome to the
Hunterdon 579 Trail
Hunterdon County is rich in agricultural tradition with much of that centered on the historic County Road 579 corridor. We hope you’ll explore the abundance and variety of food and drink along this beautiful and rolling county road…. again and again!

Enjoy your travels!
Bike the Trail!
Looking to explore the Trail by Bike?

Bike Hunterdon has provided several route suggestions.

Helpful Hints!

If you plan to explore the 579 Trail by bike, be sure to consider how you will bring your purchases back. Secure a front basket or attach a bag, panniers, or crate to a rear rack. Backpacks would also work well. Don’t forget to bring along a basic bicycle repair kit. 

Need to rent a bike?

Hunterdon County is home to seven bicycle shops. Several offer bicycle rentals.

Find a Bike Shop Here!

Please visit Bike Hunterdon to di scover all that Hunterdon County has to offer for cyclists of all ages and skill levels!
Seasonal Offerings along The Trail!

Salad Season

An Abundance of Greens and Tomatoes available at the farms.

Find the closest stand or market near you on the Trail Map

Blueberry Season

Pick Your Own:

Phillips Farm - Visit Site Here

Bonacorsi Family Farm - Visit Site Here

Peach Season

Pick Your Own:

Phillips Farm - Visit Site Here

* An Off-the-Trail option
Melick's Town Farm (Califon) - Visit Site Here

Music on the Vine

Beneduce - Learn more here

Old York Cellars - Learn more here

Farm Tours

Mad Lavender - Learn more here

Bobolink - Learn more here

Hunterdon’s 579 Trail Always Has
Something New to Offer!
There’s always something new on the 579 Trail website, so be sure to check the site year-round!

New Features:
Agritourism: Visit this page that spotlights locations and activities that you can explore with your friends and family !
Check Out Our Newly Added Farms!

Our Current Featured Farm!
Two Barn Farm:
Vegetables, Flowers and more....

Two Barn Farm is a vegetable farm located in Franklin Township.
Their products can be found directly at the  Clinton Farmers Market,   Stangl Farmers’ Market , and through their CSA. 

In 2018, the Two Barn Farm CSA “picks”. Picks don't expire and can be used at any of the farmers markets or on the farm. The produce distribution method assigns values of one pick and ½ pick to our available produce on The Pick List. Picks allow you to have a full choice of anything that they grow, including Flowers!

Find some of TBF's Best known Recipes
(Don't forget to try our favorite - Fennel Risotto!)

579 Trail in the News
The Hunterdon 579 Trail was featured in the new summer edition of

The trail was listed as the #1 cool thing to do this summer - check it out.

Cooking on the Trail!
Our farmers know just how to use their products to maximize your experience! Here’s some recipes taken right from the pages of their own websites:
Old York Cellars

-Old York Cellars Blackberry Red
-vodka (optional)
-orange juice

Blue Moon Farm Recipe's

1 teaspoon Dijon mustard
-red pepper
-basil leaves
-white wine vinegar
-olive oil

Jaklamas Farm Recipe's

Side Dish: Ratatouille
-olive oil
-bell pepper
Cotton Cattle Company Recipe's

-balsamic vinegar
-olive oil
-white onion
-steak rump, tenderloin or fillet
-red onion
Along the Trail

Many might of spotted Ross stopping along the trail to grab some pictures, pet some cows and to grab a bouquet of flowers (for his new Bride!). Here are a few of the sites Ross visited.

See the Video of his travels  HERE!