74 acres framed by mature woodland and traversed by streams creates the relaxing beauty of Hidden Orchards. Hidden Orchards typifies the serenity and natural beauty of the countryside of Kingwood Township.

Minutes away along its country roads is the majestic beauty of the Delaware River valley along with its many recreational opportunities including hiking, fishing, tubing and boating.

Nestled along its banks are the bucolic towns of Frenchtown, Milford and Lambertville with their many fine restaurants, ‘B&Bs’, shops and galleries. From there stroll across the iconic steel bridges over the Delaware to the excitement and attractions of New Hope, and other quaint Pennsylvania river towns.
Kingwood, and the surrounding Hunterdon County community has been known for its excellent public and private schools. The healthcare needs of its citizens are fulfilled by the technologically advanced Hunterdon Healthcare System with its expansive network of community clinics with primary care physicians and specialists nearly all of which are board.
The Hunterdon Medical Center nationally recognized since its opening in 1951 continues its progressive mission of delivering care that is ‘cutting edge’, yet always compassionate and personal. Its achievement as a Magnet status hospital, recognizing the highest quality of nursing care, is shared by only 4% of hospitals in the nation.
Hidden Orchards is a short drive to the two historic towns of Clinton and Flemington with convenient shopping, personal and professional services, health clubs, golf, etc..
Flemington, the county seat of Hunterdon County, offers a wealth of culture, shopping and park systems where friends enjoy "Music in the Park" during the summer months. Premium Outlet Stores and a steam train are always an attraction. It is most famously known as the locale for the Lindbergh baby kidnapping trial.
The historic pre-revolutionary mill town of Clinton, offers the world famous Clinton Mill and Hunterdon Museum of Art. The picturesque mill, bridge and dam has been the subject of innumerable photographs and paintings. The Town holds various events throughout the year including Colonial Re-enactments Camps, Antique Car Shows, Symphonies, Big Band Shows, 50's-60's evenings, Pumpkin Festival, Dickens Days and the Annual Christmas Parade. It, of course, has great dining to enjoy and many fine shops to browse.
The proximity of Kingwood Township and Hunterdon County to Interstate 78 and Routes 202 and 31, as well as convenient train and bus service, makes the cosmopolitan centers of New York and Philadelphia and the Pocono Mountains readily accessible.