Hamilton Township is a wonderful place to live, work, play and raise a family.
Hamilton Township may be New Jersey's 9th largest town by population, but we are comfortably spread over 40 square miles with over 64 public parks and playgrounds and acres of preserved open space, nestled between beautiful neighbors that generations of families continue to call home.
Located in central New Jersey, Hamilton Township enjoys a prime location that is within an hour’s drive of New York City, Philadelphia, and the Jersey Shore. We are also in close proximity to destinations such as Six Flag Great Adventure, quaint downtown Princeton and the historic State Capital of Trenton.
Major roadways provide easy access to our community, such as the New Jersey Turnpike, Interstate Highways 195 and 295, U.S. Highways 130 and 206 and State Highways 33 and 29, while the Hamilton Train Station offers convenient rail access to New York City along the NJ Transit's Northeast Corridor Line.
Hamilton Township is well-known for its parks, recreation, numerous historic sites and annual community events, such as our annual Azalea Festival, Independence Day Fireworks and Concert, OktoberFest and Winter Wonderland. Several athletic and sporting leagues offer countless recreational opportunities for all age groups. Additionally, Hamilton Township offers residents a nationally renowned Senior Center that holds celebrations, dinner dances, and classes throughout the year.
Beyond recreation, Hamilton is home to nationally acclaimed Grounds For Sculpture, a 42 acre sculpture park, which draws over 150,000 visitors annually.
Hamilton Township also enjoys a vibrant and bustling local economy, with both small retail shops and large shopping centers, along with great dining for every taste and pocketbook and plans for a budding family-friendly entertainment area.
Hamilton Township offers residents countless reasons to visit, and to remain part of our special community.
We hope that you will come to visit us soon! We look forward to seeing you!