Hamilton Township is the perfect combination of scenic beauty and urban lifestyle.

The township embraces it’s lengthy heritage and offers visitors the opportunity to experience various eras through it’s historical landmarks. The Kuser Mansion, John Abbott II House, Civil War and Native American Museum and the Isaac Watson House are just a few of the historic attractions located in the community.

The nationally renown Grounds for Sculpture is one of the most populart attractions in Hamilton. The living gallery is situated on the former New Jersey State Fairgrounds and offers classes, tours, private events and upscale dining for people of all demographics.

The recreational centerpiece of Hamilton is Veterans Park. The 333-acre park was constructed in 1977 in honor of the township’s men and women who served their country and their community. The park contains athletic fields, basketball and tennis courts, hiking trails and picnic areas. Hamilton also conducts a Civil War re-enactment, hosts summer concerts and illuminates the skies with firework displays in the heart of town.

Sayen House and Gardens is also a popular destination in Hamilton. The intimate setting of the property’s home and exquisite gardens make the venue a popular setting for weddings and private events.

Hamilton Square offers a diverse selection of dining options while visiting the township.

Tessara Restaurant, Bill’s Olde Tavern and Malaga Restaurant serve flavors derived from Italian, Spanish and American cuisine.

For more information about recreational destinations in Hamilton visit hamiltonnj.com.