Hampton is situated in Kings County, 30 km northeast of the City of Saint John by the Kennebecasis River on Highway 121 between Lakeside and Norton. As Shiretown of Kings County, it has a rich heritage and culture. It boasts such historical buildings as the Court House, Kings County Gaol, Saint Paul's Church and Loyalist Burial Ground and many heritage homes.

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Bamara Inn & Restaurant
An historic 1876 home built by a local shipwright. It offers dining, breakfast and period rooms year round. Lists amenities, local attractions and booking contact. No pets please, but children are welcome.
Barnesville Seventh-day Adventist Church
Offers profile, worship schedule, list of ministries, news, podcasts, photo gallery and contacts.
Hampton Alliance For Lifelong Learning
A non-profit community association that provides resources for parents and caregivers on the importance of early learning from kindergarten to grade eight. Lists programs, services, events and contact details.
Hampton Elementary School
The school teaches grades one to five. Lists general information, staff, bus policy, hours, discipline, history and student work.
Hampton Golf Club
A 6300 yard 18 hole course over rolling terrain in the Kennebecasis Valley overlooking Darlings Lake and the Hampton Marsh. Lists green fees, course rating, services and amenities. Non-metal spikes are required.
Hampton High School
The Home of the Huskies teaches grades nine to twelve. Lists basic data about the school.
Hampton Middle School
The school teaches grades six to eight and lists profile, administration, staff and local links.
Hampton New Brunswick
Photo gallery and information about the town, including its history and community life.
Maranatha Seventh-day Adventist Church
Hampton church which includes map of New Brunswick and of Hampton under "Directions." Has link to a vegetarian online cookbook.
Town of Hampton
Homepage for the Town of Hampton, provided by the Hampton and Area Chamber of Commerce (HACC). Includes a community profile, and information about history, recreation and tourism, and quality of life.
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