Bordentown is a small township located in Burlington County, in the central part of New Jersey, about halfway between New York City and Philadelphia. The town has a total area of about 9.28 square miles and is situated along the Delaware River. It has a rich history dating back to the colonial era and is home to several historical buildings and landmarks. Some notable historical sites in Bordentown include the Joseph Bonaparte House, the John Woolman Memorial, and the John Fitch Steamboat Museum. Tours of the town’s rich history are available through its historic district.
Bordentown has several parks and recreational facilities, including Joseph Lawrence Park, Clara Barton Park, and Bicentennial Park. The town also has several public golf courses and is home to the Bordentown Yacht Club. There are annual events and parades put on by the park district.
Bordentown has a variety of restaurants and shops, ranging from small, locally owned businesses to chain stores. Some of the popular restaurants in the town include The Chefs' Warehouse, Brickwall Tavern & Dining Room, and The Village Idiot Pub. There are also several shopping centers and boutiques in the area. Between the township itself and the rest of Burlington County, it’s easy to find anything you’re looking for nearby.
Commuting to nearby cities is simple from Bordentown, as the town is located near several major highways, including the New Jersey Turnpike and I-295. Public transportation is also available, with several bus routes serving the town and train stations nearby in Hamilton and Trenton.
Bordentown is served by the Bordentown Regional School District, which includes several elementary, middle, and high schools. All the schools are highly rated and offer various academic and extracurricular activities. There are several private school options nearby as well, including the Bordentown Military Institute and the Notre Dame High School.
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