Starting Your Own Business in Bound Brook

Bound Brook has a positive and friendly attitude toward newcomers, and your business investments is greatly appreciated. Bound Brook Revitalization Partnership will help you relocate or expand your business to the Bound Brook, NJ area.

Why Downtown Bound Brook

Lots of Things Going on All Year

BOUND BROOK’S community events include several annual carnivals, RiverFest street fair, Memorial Day parade, reenactment of the Battle of Bound Brook, Halloween Trunk or Treat and a Holiday Tree Lighting ceremony. There are many local recreational sports leagues and activities, and adult and kiddie community pools are open during the summer months.

The Raritan River offers fishing, biking, hiking and kayaking opportunities as well as scenic views from the Queens Bridge. Bound Brook is even a popular location for ‘railfans’ who come to watch and photograph interesting freight trains as they pass by the station.

The Brook Theater is a 1927 architectural gem hosting opera, musical, recital and comedic performances, and often features silent films and music by the Garden State Theater Organ Society. 

Just over the town line on the Bridgewater side is Patriots Stadium, home of the professional Atlantic League Somerset Patriots Baseball Team, playing from April through October. Other sporting events and a circus also take place at the stadium grounds throughout the year.

Bound Brook has a charming old library that hosts regular lectures, small concerts and club meetings in addition to providing traditional services for adults and children.

Next door is an historic cemetery with gravestones dating back to 1744. Soldiers from the Revolutionary, Civil and other wars are buried there.

There are 14 religious congregations that make their home in Bound Brook, each with a plethora of community activities for all ages.

Bound Brook’s recreation facilities include Codrington Park featuring two outdoor pools (adult and kiddie) open all summer, tennis courts, baseball fields, outdoor basketball hoops, and a new Recreation Center built in 2013 with indoor basketball courts and meeting spaces.
Billian Legion Park features a large jungle gym, ballfield, walking paths, a gazebo and extensive landscaping. Fairs, concerts, outdoor movies and holiday ceremonies of all kinds take place at Billian Park.
LaMonte Field Track is regulation quarter-mile track that rings the football/soccer field; though a School District facility, it’s used by the community when not in conflict with school events.
Tea Street Recreation Complex boasts several baseball fields, bleachers and a two-story refreshment hut occupy this linear park along the border of Bridgewater/Route 287. The levee along the Middlebrook has a paved walking path from just south of Route 28 to Talmage Ave.
Rock Machine Ballfields is a delightful municipal green space off West Main Street and bounded by the picturesque levee. Named after the social/rock club that once operated there, the fields are now used mainly for baseball and softball games.