News & Events

Will you go out with us? LHT partners with REI #OptOutside for TRAIL MIX event on Black Friday

The Lawrence Hopewell Trail partners with REI to support getting outside on Black Friday. We all live busy lives, so how better to come together in support of life well-lived than to spend time outdoors, and with friends and family? For the last two years, REI Co-op has shut down on Black Friday and paid its employees to get outside. In the world of... [Read more]


Lawrence Hopewell Trail will Host 3rd Annual Trail and Treat Ride For Children 12 And Under at Village Park

October 22 event will feature bike rides, free face painting, live music, pumpkin painting and trick-or-treat bags (PENNINGTON, NJ)— For the third year in a row, the Lawrence Hopewell Trail will host the Trail and Treat Ride this coming Sunday, October 22, from 3 to 5 p.m. at Village Park in Lawrence. Children ages 12 and under and their families... [Read more]


Hopewell and Lawrence Township Administrators are Recognized with LHT Trailblazer Awards

HOPEWELL AND LAWRENCE TOWNSHIP ADMINISTRATORS ARE RECOGNIZED WITH LHT TRAILBLAZER AWARDS (PRINCETON, N.J.) – Community leaders, government officials and friends and family of Lawrence Township’s recently retired administrator, Rich Krawczun, and soon to retire Hopewell Township Administrator and Engineer Paul Pogorzelski joined the Lawrence Hopewell... [Read more]


Registration open for the 2017 Tour de Trenton

Join us on our 13-mile bicycle tour of Trenton’s House’s of Worship. To register: http://www.trentoncycling.org/2017-tour-de-trenton/ Visit the Facebook event page for more info: https://www.facebook.com/events/140244409843281/  Read More →


Lawrence Hopewell Trail Opens Key Segment Along Province Line Road From BMS Lawrenceville to Princeton Pike

(LAWRENCE TOWNSHIP) – Community and corporate leaders, government officials and members of the Lawrence Hopewell Trail Board of Directors today celebrated the opening of the Lawrence Hopewell Trail segment called the King’s Highway Segment in Lawrence Township. The 3,760-foot segment runs along Province Line Road from Route 206 to Bannister... [Read more]