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What's Somerset like?

Somerset is a community in the township of Franklin in New Jersey’s Somerset County with a population of 22,000. Somerset housed one of the first Marconi Wireless Stations in America. Visiting Colonial Park is a real must. Wander along the canal, river or ponds and stop to have a picnic at one of the stunning spots like the Pine Grove Picnic Pavilion. Find a place to stay near the Perennial Garden and the Rudolf W. van der Goot Rose Garden which have won horticultural awards, so are definitely worth a look. Visitors can also enjoy miniature golf and paddle-boating here. Somerset is a great place for leisure activities like bird-watching, rambling, fishing, hiking, cycling and mountain-biking. You’ll have the chance to enjoy the great outdoors before relaxing at one of a range of Somerset hotels. Sports fans can play ice-hockey or do some ice-skating at ProtecHockey Ponds while Colonial Park’s Tennis Centre has eight courts if you’re keen for a match. Golfers can tee-off at the 18-hole spacious greens and fairways at Quail Brook Golf Course and Spooky Brook.

Tips for Getting Along with Locals in Somerset

Somerset’s climate is humid subtropical, being typically hot and humid in the summertime and mild to cool in winter. Head to the Village Plaza Shopping Centre where there are retail stores, restaurants and fast food outlets, as well as a Post Office and pharmacy. There are a range of places to go for dinner before you return to your Somerset hotel, with offerings including American, Italian, French and Thai cuisine. Events include the annual summertime Rose Day Festival which celebrates the Rudolf W. van der Goot Rose Garden with tours, lectures, music, markets and food. Green-fingered visitors can even buy some of the beautiful roses. Franklin Township Library is open seven days a week and puts on events during summertime. Locations of historical value in the area include the Millstone Valley National Scenic Byway, Franklin Inn, Van Wickle House and Blackwells Mills Canal House.