Lebanon Township

Hunterdon County, New Jersey

Skip Navigation LinksHome

View of the south branch of the Raritan River from Hoffman's Crossing bridge.

Hunterdon's Mountain Municipality

Lebanon Township is located in the northern part of Hunterdon County, New Jersey. Historically an agricultural community, the township has grown in recent years while still maintaining its rural character and charm. Its landscape is rich with mountains, farmlands, forests, streams and rivers.


"I soon learned that the Township was made up of small hamlets. Most of these had its' own school, church and post office. Bunnvale was named for a Mr. Bunn who owned much of the land in the area. Mr. Hoffman ran a basket factory where the road goes over the South Raritan River, so that is Hoffman's Crossing. Buffalo Hollow was another. Do you think there might have been buffalo?"   ~ Mrs. Catherine Getz