Since 2002, the Board of Trustees of the Lawrence Hopewell Trail has worked with a number of major sponsors to design and build the trail—that includes individual donors throughout Mercer County. Over the years we have raised more than $9 million dollars to design and build the trail. We have also benefited from millions of dollars in pro bono... [Read more]
The Lawrence Hopewell Trail honored Mercer County Executive Brian Hughes with the third annual Trailblazer Award at an event this week– at the D&R Greenway’s Johnson Education Center in Princeton.
Hughes was among the Lawrence Hopewell Trail’s earliest supporters and has remained steadfast in his commitment to the LHT’s goal to build a 22+... [Read more]
The Lawrence Hopewell Trail will bring new meaning to Halloween for local families on Sunday, October 25, when the Trail and Treat Ride takes place from 4 to 6 p.m. at Village Park in Lawrence. Geared for families with children aged 3 to 12, the fall celebration will include separate activities on and off the LHT for ages 3 to 6 and for 6 to 12 including... [Read more]
Support the LHT and look great wearing a Full Moon Bicycle Ride tee shirt celebrating the August 29 ride through Mercer Meadows Park enjoyed by over 660 riders. The shirts are 50% cotton/polyester blend and are available in gray or royal blue in sizes small, medium, large, extra large, and 2 XL. The shirts are $20 each plus $3.00 for shipping. Make... [Read more]
Nighttime bike ride hosted by Lawrence Hopewell Trail & Mercer County Park Commission
(HOPEWELL, N.J.) – As a beautiful full moon inched its way higher in the darkening sky Saturday night, the bicyclists began arriving for the 45-minute ride along a six-mile route along the Lawrence Hopewell Trail through Mercer Meadows. The estimated turnout... [Read more]