Stockton, NJ

Take in the charm of all that Stockton offers!

Take in the charm of all that Stockton offers, from restaurants to the farm market and the numerous events at the Prallsville Mills.

Just north of Lambertville, alongside the Delaware River, sits the tiny Victorian-era town of Stockton, named for U.S. Senator Robert Field Stockton, who was instrumental in the creation of the Delaware and Raritan Canal. The Canal is now a State Park, with recreational facilities sure to make any outdoor enthusiast happy. The 19th century Prallsville Mills Complex, listed on the National Register of Historic Places, is part of the Canal.

Here you can take a trip back in time and enjoy the view of the original saw, grist, and linseed mills and tour the John Pralls Jr. Historic Manor House. Concerts, art exhibitions, antique shows, holiday parties, and private events draw a wide audience to the Mill. Campers will enjoy the nearby Bulls Island Recreational Area, a forested island space, sitting among towering sycamore and maple trees. Come and enjoy today’s treasures in this lovely town with a yesteryear feel.

Stockton, NJ At A Glance


Stockton Market Pizza

Stockton Market, 19 Bridge Street
Stockton, NJ 08559


Lunch, Dinner • Casual • Pizza

We do one thing and its magical. Artisan Hearth-baked gourmet pizza. Hand made dough with NJ farm fresh ingredients. Owner/Chef Megan Jones-Holt is known as the “Pizza Witch” creating unique weekly . . . specials using her culinary background as a New Orleans native. Located in the Stockton Market just off the Delaware Raritan Canal where tourist come to have a fun unique experience and the locals belly up to the pizza bar to chat with the two generation family owned owners. 2017 Voted Best Pizza in Hunterdon County, Hunterdon Happenings.
BYOB Eat in or Take out.


Blue Moon Acres

Stockton Market, 19 Bridge Street
Stockton, NJ 08559


Sunflower Glass Studio

877 Sergeantsville Road
Stockton, NJ 08559


Sunflower Glass Studio has served the community for over 40 years. Their specialty is custom glass designs in fused, stained and beveled glass for residential and community churches. They also . . . specialize in restoration of antique glass. The newest work produced in the studio is a combination of botanical fused glass and finished with stained and beveled glass borders. The studio has a gallery with gift and home decor items too. Hours daily, by chance or appointment.


Mountaintop Marketing & Events

8 Stockton Sergeantsville Road
Stockton, NJ 08559


is the creator of THE LAMBERTVILLE NEW HOPE APP & the following events:
The Revolutionary Pubcrawl, Magical Musical Pubcrawl, Women of the . . . Revolution dinner/reenactment & Winter Festivals annual Soup-A-Thon.
MTM offers clients strategic digital marketing & advertising, Short & Sweet Videos & customized events.


The Woolverton Inn

6 Woolverton Road
Stockton, NJ 08559


A 1792 stone manor by the Delaware River, surrounded by 300 acres of pastoral farmland and forest, yet only 5 minutes from New Hope & Lambertville. Amenities include whirlpool baths, fireplaces . . . and featherbeds. Perfect for weddings. Rates: $185-$435 weekends and high season (Sept.1-Nov. 30th) weekdays $155-$445. “One of the loveliest settings…romantic and secluded” Fodor’s Travel Guides.


Delaware River Mill Society (Prallsville Mills)

PO Box 298
Stockton, NJ 08559


There’s always something happening at the mill, from live music and art shows to history tours and yoga classes, It’s a natural meeting place for people of all ages to gather and share their passions . . . for the arts and nature, and enjoy a peaceful retreat from their everyday lives. Excellent location for events of all kinds, from corporate retreats to weddings and other celebrations!

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The Delaware River Towns

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