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Ewing, NJ 08628
A short overview of our community.
Proximity to the Trenton Mercer Airport makes air travel close and convenient for residents and business travellers. The West Trenton Railroad Station also conveniently serves daily commuter travel to Philadelphia. Travel in town is assisted by the NJ Transit Bus Line.
Ewing was incorporated in 1834 and is named after Chief Justice of the New Jersey Supreme Court, Charles Ewing. It has a long rich history as a community. Ewing was a choice area for the early settlers because of its location on the Delaware and rich fertile soil and George Washington marched his troops down Bear Tavern Road to Trenton after he crossed the Delaware that fateful Christmas morning. Its choice location north or New Jersey's state capital played a significant role in its early industrial development. Today, its strategic location along major transportation lines and assets contributes to its attraction to businesses and residents alike. Learn more about Ewing's history.
Houses of Worship
Directory information about Ewing's houses of worship.
Parks and Recreation
Ewing has award winning recreational facilities with numerous athletic playing fields and 8 municipal parks that serve as the focus of its recreational programming, as well as two community centers and pool complexes, and the (county-owned) Mountainview Golf Course. The Delaware-Raritan Canal State Park also offers outdoor enthusiasts the opportunity to walk, run, bike along the scenic Delaware River.
Things to do
Ewing sponsors numerous special events for you and your family throughout the year all of which are designed to bring our community together. Events are held at various locations around Ewing; the Ewing Senior and Community Center, TCNJ, Green Lane Fields.