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! 

 Video Still Launch April 17 2019


2019 Town of Hampton Flood Watch

18 April 2019 - Water levels in rivers are increasing throughout the province from continuous snow melt and are expected to continue to increase over the next five days. At this time, we expect the Town of Hampton will experience normal Spring Freshet Flood conditions. These conditions may cause inconvenience or minor disruptions but are expected to remain well below flood warning levels in our community. Residents living or working in areas prone to localized flooding are reminded to be aware and take proper precautions.

Town officials and Hampton EMO will continue to monitor the situation closely. Resources, such as sandbags, will be made available, with ample notice, if required. PLEASE NOTE: at this time there are no sandbags at Dutch Point Park or Kredl’s.

The Town of Hampton will post updated flood information specific to our community on the Town of Hampton website (, Facebook Page (, and Twitter (

Double Click here for Town of Hampton Flood Watch Information


2019 Spring Program Registration: You can register for Town of Hampton Programs - Learn to Swim Lessons, Hampton Swim Team, Leadership Training and Day Camp online by clicking Program Registration on this page. You can also register in person at the Hampton Leisure Services Offices, located on the second floor of the Hampton Community Centre, 808 Main Street, weekdays between 8:30 am-4:30 pm. For more information call Leisure Services at 832-6102, during regular business hours.

Town of Hampton Municipal Plan Update: Come, tell us what you think!

The Town of Hampton has initiated its 10-year review of the existing Municipal Plan. In this phase of the review process, the public are encouraged to provide their suggestions for changes to the existing plan, through this online survey (Double Click). This input, and input from public open houses coming in the near future, will help the Town prepare the revised (new) municipal plan.  This survey will be available in paper form at the Front Desk of the Town Office. A  Public Open House will take place on Thursday, May 23rd from 3-7 pm in the Town Hall Council Chambers, 648 Main Street. Everyone is welcome.