The Village at Hawk Pointe is nestled in the Highlands Region of New Jersey. The Highlands are part of the great sweep of the Appalachians that shadows the East Coast from Maine to Georgia. New Jersey’s Highlands stretch about 60 miles, from Phillipsburg in the southwest to Oakland in the northeast. The region contains forested ridges, rolling farmlands, and abundant wildlife.
New Jersey Highlands are rich in historic treasures with connections to our past. In total, there are 597 identified historic and cultural sites and districts in the region, many of which are listed on the State and National Registers of Historic Places. The Highlands Region also has four National Historic Landmarks and 56 archaeological sites.
The Village at Hawk Pointe is a short drive to the charming towns of Clinton and Chester. A unique blend of friendly small businesses, locally owned stores, restaurants, services and museums... all surrounded by beautiful countryside.
The area offers diverse recreation and is rich in agritourism and ecotourism. Spruce Run Reservoir, Merrill Creek and the Delaware Water Gap are convenient drives from the Village at Hawk Pointe. Activities such as bird watching, fishing, hunting, camping, swimming, picnicking, hiking, biking and canoeing are popular in the region.
Rich beauty of the region coupled with the diversity in offerings makes the region a destination of distinction.