We continue to highlight small-town Jersey "hidden gems" and Lambertville has to be close to the top of the list.

If you have never been or maybe have forgotten just how special it is....GO! We're just getting into the outdoor season and Lambertville is perfectly designed to spend the entire day out and about in this cozy little hamlet on the southwest corner of Hunterdon County.

The canal was built to transport goods in and out of Trenton in the 1820s and early 1830s by Irish immigrants with pickaxes and shovels. There's plenty of history and historic buildings in and around town. New Hope, PA is a 4-minute walk across the bridge with plenty of pedestrian walkways to enjoy.

No matter how many times I've been I'm always impressed with this perfect gem of a small town in New Jersey.

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