Among the natural beauty of the Hopewell Valley countryside and the colonial architecture lies Hopewell Township.
Washington Crossing State Park, located along the Delaware River, is the historic location where General George Washington and the Continental Army made landfall on Christmas Day, Dec. 25, 1776. Apart from it’s historical presence, the park is also known for it’s 15 miles of hiking trails and wildlife habitat. The acreage supports an observatory, nature center, the Johnson Ferry House, and the Washington Crossing Visitor Center Museum.
The township is composed of numerous parks for visitors and residents to enjoy. The Baldwin State Wildlife Management Area, Rosedale Park, the Old Mill Road Greenway, Stony Brook-Millstone Watershed Reserve and Curlis Lake Woods sculpt the surrounding landscape.
Department stores, boutiques, antique shops and dining options are predominantly found along the Route 31 corridor within the township.
For a list of events in Hopewell Township visit the community calendar.