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Princeton Online's Communities

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Cranbury

Princeton’s quiet neighbor to the east (about 20 min. drive) is a beautiful rural town frozen in time. Only a few thousand residents call Cranbury home, and its entire downtown, mostly 18th and 19th century structures clustered on Main Street, is designated a historic district.

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Flemington

With a place as culturally, historically, and naturally beautiful as Flemington and its neighboring towns, it's good to know there is a website that can connect your fingertips to the pulse. Flemington Online is the area's leading guide to the Flemington community and offers a wealth of information for the visitor and resident alike. We give you the most current information, events, announcements, and happenings, along with regularly rotating blogs, articles, and features. Enjoy!

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Hopewell

Broad Street in Hopewell makes you feel as if you are in a Norman Rockwell painting. The serenity is a far cry from the hustle-bustle of central Princeton and while there are no supermarkets, there are a number of excellent restaurants and great antique shops!

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Kingston

Settled in the late 17th century as “King’s Town” this small village is the only tri-county community in New Jersey–belonging to Mercer, Somerset, and Middlesex counties and is home to an ecclectic mix of bakeries, restaurants, and shops.

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Lambertville

A favorite destination for locals and visitors alike. Situated right on the Delaware River, Lambertville is home to unique shops, restaurants, galleries, and B&Bs. Once a factory town, the city retains its 18th and 19th century charm in its restored row houses.

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Lawrenceville

The village of Lawrenceville is dominated by the campus of its famed prep school, The Lawrenceville School. Many people head for the village’s “restaurant row,” with is offerings ranging from a bagel store to excellent BYOB restaurants, all within a stroll down Main Street.

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Montgomery

Flanked by the Millstone River Valley and the Sourland Mountains, Montgomery Township was once part of the Leni Lenape Indian lands. Today, the area has evolved into a thriving residential community with scenic views, a rich history, and an excellent school system.

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Pennington

At the heart of Pennington is its one-light intersection of Main Street and East Delaware Avenue. The charming town features a handful of restaurants and boutiques, mostly frequented by locals.

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Rocky Hill

For many locals, the village of Rocky Hill is a familiar sight—it is on the driving path to New York and points north. Yet the teeny town is also a popular entry spot for canoeing in, hiking or jogging alongside, or fishing in the Delaware and Raritan Canal.

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Stockton

Stockton makes the perfect destination for a day trip, for the most part due to the gorgeous drive up the Delaware River via Route 29. Once you’re there, you can access the river, the canal state park, charming restaurants and antique shops.