Mill Hill Park, 2.9 acres.
Mill Hill Park is one of the premiere public open spaces in Downtown Trenton. It serves the recreational needs not only of Mill Hill residents, but also of downtown workers and visitors.
This park is designed primarily for passive recreation and serves as the site for several city events. It is bisected by the Assunpink Creek and an 1888 Pratt Truss iron bridge provides pedestrian access across the creek and contributes to the park’s visual character.
Features include a creek-side amphitheater, walking paths, a large open lawn area and a plaza located between the historic Douglass House and the Mill Hill Playhouse (home to the Passage Theater).
A renovation plan for the park is being developed that will include improved access, enhanced landscape and a series of interpretive signs, detailing the history of the site and directing the visitor to the numerous historic and cultural sites within walking distance of the park.Facilities:
• Historic Attraction or Memorial
• 2.9 acres of Open Space
The park lies along East Front Street, at the intersection with South Broad Street
Trenton, NJ 08608
Information obtained by TrentonNJ.org