Nestled between historic Clinton and Flemington, at the base of Cushetunk Mountain, lies the quaint, historic, village of Stanton. Established as a Dutch settlement several decades before the American Revolution, Stanton continues to be a delightful place to live and visit. On the first weekend of each December, the town welcomes everyone to share the anticipation of Christmas as the residents fling open their doors to celebrate Stanton Holly Trail, the longest established holiday house tour in New Jersey.
The charming Homespun Holiday tour includes five unique and picturesque homes decorated with hand-made Christmas ornaments and crafts. A tasty luncheon is served at Stanton Reformed Church where a Holiday Bazaar and Bakery Booth offer an assortment of holiday gifts and treasures. A respite is provided in the Church sanctuary where live music offered by a changing variety of musicians spreads the yuletide spirit.
Tour-goers also visit two other special homes: the Candy House where delectable sweets can be purchased and the elegant Silver Tea, where Holly Trail’s legendary hospitality is on display as the Holly Trail hostesses offer complimentary home-baked cookies and a relaxing cup of hot tea. Live music in the church sanctuary spreads the yuletide spirit.
Stanton Holly Trail is a 501(c)3 charitable organization established for the purpose of raising much needed funds for Hunterdon Healthcare’s Briteside Adult Day Center and Stanton Reformed Church Community Outreach.
Tickets will be mailed to you. All parking will be at Round Valley Recreation Area. A map and information sheet will be included with your tickets.
* We regret that we are unable to accommodate special dietary restrictions.
ALL 2016 TICKET SALES ARE NOW CLOSED.
Tickets will be mailed for online ticket orders placed by November 25th.
Patrons ordering tickets online between November 26th through December 1st will pick up their tickets at the Round Valley parking area from Dennis Rena.
Dennis will be readily identifiable, as he will be wearing a Santa hat, name tag and actively loading the buses!