Robbinsville, NJ

Where to begin?

Robbinsville is conveniently situated just 50 miles from New York City , 40 miles from Philadelphia, and minutes from NJ’s capital, Trenton. But look no further than Robbinsville’s 20 square miles to find everything a town can offer and more.

In the heart of Mercer County, Robbinsville has recently seen a growth in a variety of housing choices convenient to commuter options, including NJ Transit’s train stop in nearby Hamilton. Robbinsville Town Center, a mixed-use development along NJ Rte. 33, includes about 1,000 housing units, including loft-style condominiums, townhouses, duplexes, and single-family homes.

More than 5,000 households make up the diverse area known as Robbinsville. Today a youthful and thriving community, Robbinsville is built on a history dating back to the 1680s. A variety of hamlets that formed around churches, taverns and crossroads gradually merged to form what is today the heart of Mercer County.

What We Love about Robbinsville

● Home to the tomato pie, a delicious variation on pizza made famous by Robbinsville and Trenton’s DeLorenzo’s Tomato Pies.
● Working Dog Winery - 17 acres producing 4,000 cases of varietals annually, including a NJ specialty, blueberry wine. Festivals and tastings take place regularly.
● It’s the only Robbinsville in the state! Originally one of SIX Washington Townships in NJ, in 2007 the town was renamed after one of its neighborhoods.


Offering an urban/suburban mix, Robbinsville’s motto is Be at the Center of it All. Newcomers will find excellent schools, career opportunities and a road and highway system that makes your commute easy to navigate. All in a township of just 15,000 residents.

The town is known for its sports organizations, including Little League World Series softball championship teams. Name a sport and Robbinsville is likely to have a club for it. Badminton, volleyball, soccer, to name a few. The community joins together for performing arts for all ages. Older residents can participate in a variety of programs at the Senior Center, from defensive driving to bocce ball to studio art.