Bordentown City's big on celebrating its community. It holds special events, block parties, and parades throughout the year.
It’s easy to stay busy in Bordentown City.
Community groups keep residents involved. A number of neighborhoods host events throughout the year ranging from holiday celebrations to beautification projects. There are also plenty of youth activities provided through community and religious groups, including organized sports, scouting, outdoor activities, and art and music programs. The kids don’t have all the fun here, though. Adult organized sports happen regularly, too.
Parks also factor prominently in residents’ recreational enjoyment. From the Victorian Strolling Park on the Hilltop, to the Carriage turn on the end of Prince Street to Gilder Park, home of Gilder Stadium, there are plenty of places to play.
For those who enjoy more scenic activities, kayaking, canoeing, fishing, and sailing are all available along the Delaware River and Crosswicks Creek. There are even two private Yacht Clubs in Bordentown City. And residents regularly take time to explore the Bordentown-Hamilton-Trenton Marsh either on their own or with an area environmental group. It’s also not uncommon to see bicycle clubs winding their way through the City’s streets. It’s one of Bordentown City’s many pastimes.
Bordentown’s location also enhances its recreational opportunities. Major metropolitan areas are easily accessible, making it easy to enjoy world-class concerts and exhibits, while still calling this community home.