The county seat of Susex County is Newton, NJ. It is part of the New York City Metropolitan Area. Newton is easily accessible from Rt. 206 and Rt. 94. The Kittatiny Mountain and Valley occupies approximately two-thirds of the county’s area. The Mountain is a segment of the Great Appalachian Valley, a trough that is 1,200 Miles long, stretching from Quebec to Alabama. The county seat of Warren County is Belvidere, NJ. Belvidere is located in the highlands area of Northwest New Jersey, at the junction of the picturesque Delaware and Pequest rivers. It is also easily accessed from Rt. 620. Lebanon, NJ is a borough in Hunterdon County. Hunterdon is a charming little village that has changed very little. The borough is located north of the Round Valley Reservoir and is accessible from I-78, and Rt. 22. Morristown is the county seat of Morris county. Morristown is home of the the New Jersey Minutemen(an inline hockey team) and The United States Equestrian Team (The international Equestrian team). The public transportation of New Jersey Transit offers rail service at the Morristown station.