Located in Mercer County, Hamilton Township was incorporated as a township on April 11, 1842.  The area that became Hamilton is rich in history, with many of the buildings still offering tours – George Washington marched through Hamilton on his way to the Battle of Princeton and it was part of the underground railroad.  It is made up of several different and diverse communities with many public and parochial schools to choose from. About an hour away from New York, the Jersey Shore and Philadelphia, the township offers many major roads and access to NJ Transit rails to get you where you want to go. It has several parks including one of the largest recreational parks in the state, Veterans Park, and is also home to the 42 acre Grounds for Sculpture, associated with the A. Seward Johnson Atelier.  If shopping is more your thing, there are several shopping areas to choose from in New Jersey’s 9th largest community.

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