Town of Hampton
is located 35 km northeast of Saint John, and is a small, friendly community with many points of interest and beautiful natural scenery. We are nestled on the Kennebecasis River, a tributary of the St. John River. The town’s rolling hills, waterways, farmland, wildlife and world-renowned marsh area reward visitors with a visual feast.
It's our nature!
* NOTICE *
Caution: Drivers are asked to be extra careful this morning (Monday, June 17th) as the grade 5 students from Hampton Elementary participate in their annual bike rally. Bikers will be leaving school street at 9 am and heading along Main Street to Spooner Island, through the trails to Loyalist onto Vernon and over to the High School. They will then proceed along Elizabeth Avenue to Greenwood and down St. Paul's before returning to the school.
GRAND MARCH: Hampton residents are reminded that the Hampton High School Grand March will take place on Monday, June 17th. The March beings at the Town Hall, graduates will proceed across the Town Hall lawn and over to the Town Square Pavilion. Main Street will be closed in the vicinity of the traffic circle commencing at 4:30 pm until appropriately 6:00 pm. Traffic will be detoured around Railway Crescent, as well as Keirstead Avenue to Everett Street. Due to congestion in the area, residents not attending the event are encouraged to use Elizabeth Avenue/Kennebecasis River Road to avoid this area. COMEX Users are asked to park their car at the Park and Ride lot on William Bell Drive.We appreciate your patience and understanding. #HamptonNB#ItsOurNature#HHSClassof2019