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Hamilton PAL sports programs
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Children entering kindergarten, ages 4 through 5.
There are pickleball/tennis courts at Veteran's Park. It is on a first come, first serve basis, no reservations. Guest pass is $10, membership for resident is $20 and non-resident membership is $40. Passes can be obtained at the office located at the Tennis Courts. Office hours are 8 am to 7:30 pm, 7 days a week (weather permitting). No fees will be waived as they are set by ordinance. The courts are open until October 31, subject to change due to weather.
Address: 2206 Kuser RoadHamilton, NJ 08690
There are tennis courts in Apollo Park on Yardville-Hamilton Square Road in Yardville (near the train tracks and old Agway). There is no fee.
There are also pickleball courts at Shady Brook Park, Apollo Park and Sharps Park. There is no fee at these pocket parks.
Yes, if you are over the age of 13 you will need an ID Card.
For more information, call 581-4127.
This is for sports leagues only. Background checks are done year-round. Speak directly to a representative in Recreation, 890-4028, who will issue the necessary pre-numbered paperwork for your appointment.
Fill out an application online.
The Hamilton Township VRO number is LO5001 under the application's field for Contributor's Case Number (Unique Identifier).
After fingerprinting is completed, you will be given a receipt with a PCN# on it. Keep a copy of the receipt for your files, and return a copy to your league president.
Background checks are valid for three years. If you are unsure if you need to be checked, please call the Division of Recreation at (609) 890-4028.
The league or organization must write a letter and include the dates, times and locations of where they want to tag. The letter must be signed by the store manager of the location indicated in the letter. The signed letter must be given to the Municipal Clerk's Office via mail or in person to go before council for approval.
If you would like to hold a special event at the park, your request must be submitted in writing to Nicole in the Recreation Office. The address to send your submission is:2388 Kuser RoadHamilton, NJ 08690
You can also fax it to Nicole at 609-890-4032.
The skate park is open Sunday through Saturday (7 days a week), from Dawn to Dusk.
BMX Bikes are allowed Tuesdays and Thursdays, 3 pm to Dusk.
2206 Kuser Road.
The address for the Kuser Road side of Veteran's Park is:2206 Kuser RoadHamilton, NJ 08690
Adult Recreation Offerings:
For questions or to join a league, please submit a Citizen Service Request or call Recreation at 609-890-4028.
The Camp Olden Civil War Round Table meets on the first Thursday of every month except August at the Hamilton Public Library located at:1 Justice Samuel A. Alito Jr. DriveHamilton, NJ.
The meetings are at 7 pm.
Visit the website for more information on speakers and events: Camp Olden Schedule.
Camp Olden Civil War Round Table and Museum, Inc. will come to your facility and give talks on the Civil War time period for Schools, scouting groups, youth groups and organization with an interest in the Civil War.
For additional information, email the Camp Olden President.
Camp Olden Round Table and Museum, Inc.|P.O. Box 10565, Hamilton, NJ 08650A 501 (c) (3) Non-Profit Educational InstitutionCamp Olden Civil War Round Table: email the President.
Camp Olden tours and the Civil War and Native American Museum is located at 2202 Kuser Road.
The Museum on Kuser Road is open the 2nd and 3rd full weekends of each month (except January and February) from 1 to 4 pm.
The John Abbott II House is open to the public Saturday and Sunday from Noon to 5 pm (last tour starts at 4:15 pm), March through December. Closed Easter Sunday and Thanksgiving weekend.
The house is located at 2200 Kuser Road, Hamilton, NJ 08691.
There are pickleball courts at Veteran's Park. It is on a first-come, first-serve basis, no reservations. Guest pass is $10, membership for resident is $20 and non-resident membership is $40. These can be obtained at the office located at the Tennis Courts. Office hours are 8 am to 7:30 pm, 7 days a week (weather permitting). Currently, no fees will be waived as they are set by ordinance. The courts are open until October 31, subject to change due to weather.
The Hamilton Police Athletic League (PAL) website has more information about Safety Town.
Watson House page.
Get more information and sign up for summer camps online.
If you participated in camps last year, you will automatically receive a copy in the mail.
Contact Princeton Tennis Program (PTP) at 609-520-0015 to arrange for tennis lessons.
Hamilton Township Recreation Soccer Association (HTRSA) contact information.
Recreation Contact Numbers 2021