Mon – Fri: 8:30 – 4:00
Closed from 12–1pm
Ewing, NJ 08628
The ESCC is closed to the public due to major fire damage. All services and staff have been relocated to the Hollowbrook Community Center at 320 Hollowbrook Drive.
The Center is the home base for senior activities and the Senior Office
is located in room 204. has been temporarily relocated to the Hollowbrook Commyuntiy Center Room 207. Senior activities offered include exercise classes, computer classes, pool tables, monthly programs, trips, senior clubs and more. For more information check out the Ewing Seniors page on this site.
999 Lower Ferry Road
320 Hollowbrook Drive
Ewing, NJ 08638
Mon- Thurs 8:30 am - 9 pm
Fri 8:30 am - 4:30 pm
Sat 9 am - 5 pm
Sun 9 am - 1 pm (churches only)
ESCC Fitness Center Hours
Mon- Thurs 6 am - 9 pm
Fri 6 am - 4:30 pm
Sat 9 am - 5 pm
Sun 6 am - 1 pm
Passive Recreation: Enjoy some quiet time in the park at the back of the center at the playground area, have a picnic, and/or enjoy a stroll on the grounds.
Active Recreation: Enjoy a game of tennis or basketball. Sign up for membership in our pool system which is open from Memorial Day through Labor Day weekends.
Indoor Recreation: Indoor soccer league and basketball, pool league (the Ewing Pool Sharks), chess club...
The ESCC also offers daily use of a gym and weight room which has a variety of cardio machines, free weights, universal and other machines. The gym is high school size and has Early Bird Basketball group on Monday, Wednesday, Friday and Sunday starting by 6:00am. A lunch time basketball group plays on weekdays starting at 12:00pm.
Outdoor recreational facilities include a pool complex with a snack bar, the historic Trenton Bath Houses, day camp facility, outdoor basketball and tennis courts, a large playground and a sand volleyball court. For more information about the community pool at the ESCC please see the Ewing Pool System page on this website.
The property that is home to the current Ewing Senior and Community Center was originally purchased by the Jewish community of Trenton in 1954 and was known as the Trenton Jewish Community Center.
The site is known for the signature architecture of Louis I. Kahn, one of America’s most influential architects of the twentieth century and the Bath House and Day Camp Pavilions were listed on the New Jersey Register of Historic Places and the National Register of Historic Places in 1984.
The Trenton Bath House began operation in 1955 and programs were run through around 2006. However, use of the facility began to decline in the 1990s and so too did the physical condition of the facility. Public funds were eventually raised to preserve the Bath House. In 2005, the JCC decided to sell the property and move to West Windsor.
Most of the property was subsequently purchased by Mercer County with funds from its Open Space Preservation Trust in 2007. Ownership of the property was transferred to Ewing Township, with conservation and historic preservation easements, protecting the property from development and maintaining the historic integrity of the structures. Ewing Township received a matching grant in 2009, in the amount of $750,000, from the New Jersey Historic Trust for restoration of the Bath House and Day Camp Pavilions and the Township and Mercer County partnered to restore the structures.
The Bath House was restored by 2011. This included reconstruction of two of the Day Camp Pavilions, and a new snack bar and plaza. The site was also rehabilitated to current accessibility standards.
In 2012 a new community green and parking area were built, in accordance with Kahn’s original intention and provide a gathering point for community functions.
Today, the site, now known as the Ewing Senior and Community Center, provides programs similar to those of the former Jewish Community Center.
For more information about the history of the site see http://kahntrentonbathhouse.org/index.php.