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    Living in Old Bridge, NJ

    About Old Bridge:

    Formerly called Madison Township, Old Bridge took its current name in 1975. Situated in the east of Middlesex County and spanning approximately 38.8 square miles, the community is home to approximately 66,000 residents. The township has been named one of the best places to live by Money Magazine. View our apartments in Old Bridge, NJ above.

    Schools in Old Bridge:

    Old Bridge has 12 public elementary schools, 2 public middle schools, 1 public high school. A few of the elementary schools include Alan B. Shepard Elementary School, Cheesequake Elementary School, and James McDivitt Elementary School. Old Bridge High School also ranks as one of the biggest high schools in the state.

    Nearby Transit & Points of Interest:

     Transit & Commuting:

    The township is approximately 30 minutes from Newark International Airport, while Old Bridge Airport is located within the town’s borders. Old Bridge is located near Exit 120 off of the Garden State Parkway, with Routes 9, 18, 34, 35, and 516 running through the municipality. A number of bus lines run through the township and offer service to Newark, New York City, and neighboring communities.

    Attractions:

    Old Bridge is well known for Cheesequake State Park, a 1274-acre area filled with diverse plants, wildlife, and recreation opportunities—from fishing, cross-country skiing and canoeing to picnicking and camping. In addition, the township is home to a number of smaller parks, including Geick Park, Veteran’s Park, and Raritan Bayfront—each offering a unique contribution to the town’s landscape. Moreover, as home to a branch of the Raritan Bay Medical Center, Old Bridge boasts award-winning healthcare facilities. Finally, the township is convenient to a number of shopping facilities, including the Shoppes at Old Bridge, located within the community itself. For more information about events, activities, and places of interest in Old Bridge, NJ CLICK HERE!