• Round Valley Youth Center
    Round Valley Youth Center Established 1962
  • Round Valley Youth Center
    Round Valley Youth Center Established 1962
  • Round Valley Youth Center
    Round Valley Youth Center Established 1962
  • Round Valley Youth Center
    Round Valley Youth Center Established 1962

Sign smallerRound Valley Youth Center is tucked away in the picturesque Cushetunk Mountains of Hunterdon County, New Jersey. The Center consists of 82 acres of gently rolling hills and quiet forested areas. The land is operated by the Hunterdon Conservation, Education and Recreation Council, Inc., a non-profit corporation. Our facility is directed by volunteer trustees who oversee the maintenance of the facility. the Center's lands and structures are leased from the New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection and is operated and maintained through the donations of user-groups and private individuals. The Center has 1800 feet of frontage on the tranquil Round Valley Reservoir, which is a New Jersey Water Conservation Project. The physical attributes of the Center are varied and flexible enough to accommodate a wide range of outdoor activities.

rvyc map croppedActivities do not stop at camping, fishing, hiking and picnics. Special events play a large part in the Center's life. Music festivals, pet shows, Indian cultural festivals, mountain bike competitions, educational workshops, Civil War reenactments, and horse shows have all been hosted at the facility. Bring your ideas to the Round Valley Youth Center. We will work with you to guarantee that your event will be an especially memorable time for your group or organization. Campfires and hayrides are a treat any time of the year. Hayrides can be arranged. All use of the Round Valley Youth Center is by prior reservation. We make an effort to accommodate the handicapped. No alcohol allowed on the premises.

Features

  • Picnics
  • Wildlife in nature setting
  • Pavillion to accomodate large groups
  • 18 acre open area  overlooking the reservoir
  • Wooded and open air primitive camping sites
  • Miles of hiking trails
  • Fishing pond
  • 2 horse rings
  • Large parking area
  • Stage for performing arts