Celebrate National Ice Cream Month In Sussex County New Jersey

Dated: 07/15/2015

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Summer is now in full swing and one of the best sweet treats to celebrate the season of sun in Sussex County NJ is ice cream!  Celebrating National Ice Cream Month, Green Valley Farms in Wantage Twp. will be hosting an Ice Cream Festival Saturday July 18, 2015 with free toppings.  Windy Brow Farms in Newton Town will also be celebrating National Ice Cream Month on Saturday July 18 from 12-6 with free toppings.

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Sussex County is loaded with wonderful places for delicious homemade ice cream, some venues include: Dairy Swirl in Vernon Twp., Alpine Creamery in Lake Mohawk Sparta Twp., Sparta Dairy in Sparta, Chocolate Parfait in Andover Boro, Cones by Designs in Stanhope Boro, Fredon Dairy in Newton Town, and don’t forget about Jumboland on 206 in Branchville Boro who has a unique and delightful homemade ice cream menu.  Check out Chatterbox in Augusta for a yummy treat, as well as TCBY for some frozen yogurt located in Sparta Twp., and don’t forget Friendly’s in Sussex Boro and Newton Town. There are Dairy Queens located in Newton, Wantage Twp., Montague Twp., Branchville Boro and Vernon Twp..

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