Warren County offers a wide range of recreational opportunities for all kinds of people. Outdoor lovers enjoy rigorous hikes, abundant wildlife and superb scenery. For those who favor history, the river valleys become avenues marked by 8,000 years of human endeavor from the initial Lenni Lenape habitation, through the days of pre-Colonial settlement, to the heady times of the Morris Canal and the great railroads. Others come to savor classic architecture and country hospitality in the small villages. All agree that Warren County's rural nature is the key ingredient to its allure.
Flanked by the river valleys of the Delaware, Musconetcong, and Paulinskill, and bisected by the Pequest, Warren County offers a progression from rugged terrain to the north and west to the gentle farmland of the east and south.