We are OPEN
We have expanded our hours to 7:00 AM - 7:00 PM to help provide you with a dining alternative during this challenging time. We've also expanded our take-out menu and continue to offer outdoor dining.
Due to the Governor’s mandate, we were forced to close the Black Bass Hotel and Golden Pheasant Inn. In an abundance of caution, both of those locations will remain closed until March 24, 2021. Our main priority is the safety of our staff and guests. Under these uncertain times, we feel this is a necessary, responsible decision.
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Hikers & Cyclists
Whether you are cycling or walking along the towpath, the Lumberville General Store is the perfect spot to take a break, relax and enjoy a rejuvenating breakfast or lunch. Miles of towpath trails are excellent for biking along the canals and we are surrounded by endless walking and hiking trails.
Delaware River State Park–PA, Raritan Canal State Park–NJ
The 70-mile Delaware and Raritan Canal State Parks span both the PA and NJ sides of the Delaware River. From 1832 to 1931 the canals were used to transport coal, timber and other materials via barges pulled by mules. Today the river and towpaths are popular corridors for hiking and bicycling. The canal and park are part of the National Recreation Trail System.
Lumberville-Raven Rock Walking Bridge
The view of the Lumberville-Raven Rock Bridge, also known as the Lumberville Foot Bridge, is iconic to the Black Bass Hotel and is the inspiration for our store logo. The bridge connects Lumberville, PA to Bull's Island Recreation Area, NJ. This Roebling pedestrian bridge was built in 1947. It replaced the original covered bridge that was destroyed in the flood of 1903.
Bull's Island Natural Area - Stockton, NJ
A walking and hiking trail along the canal towpath, this natural area of 24 acres comprises a portion of a small forested island surrounded by the Delaware River and the Delaware and Raritan Canal.