Hopewell Community Park is the hub of all recreation in Hopewell Township. Purchased in 1967, the 78 acres of woodlands, fields and wetlands were mostly developed through the efforts of Hopewell High School's Conservation Club, under the direction of Larry Blaney. With the support of Hopewell Township's Board of Commissioners, recreation activities are centralized at the park through the efforts of the Hopewell Township park board and the recreation director. A perfect setting to satisfy all outdoor explorers with the park's nature filled trails, easily accessible lake for fishing and activities galore for children.
Summers are filled with eight weeks of Camp Lakewood, allowing parents to chose which works best for their schedules. Rec-on-the-Run, provides residents with multiple locations, mornings and afternoons, Monday through Friday, giving kids the opportunity to play, craft and hangout with their friends. Let's not forget about our extremely popular special events at the park. Hopewell Community Park's events are designed for kid's, "from one - 92", from bunnies, to fish, to community togetherness, to car cruising, to BBQ & Blues, to hayrides, to Santa ... Hopewell Community Park has it all!