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    Living in burlington county, NJ

    About Burlington County:

    Burlington County, located just east of Philadelphia, is a diverse area with approximately 445,000 residents. The largest county in New Jersey, Burlington is 819 square miles. It was founded in 1677 and has a rich history and offers a glimpse of the founding of our nation, dating back to the war for independence. It is often referred to as the “Cradle of Emancipation,” because no other county in New Jersey has a richer black historical presence.

    Schools in Burlington County:

    Burlington is home to 33 public school districts. In addition, the county contains Burlington County Colleges, with branches in Pemberton and Mt. Laurel, and Strayer University’s Willingboro Campus.

    Nearby Transit & Points of Interest:

    Transit & Commuting:

    Burlington is accessible via the New Jersey Turnpike, Garden State Parkway, I-295, US-9, US-130, and US-206. In addition, the area is serviced by NJ Transits River Line, along with SEPTAs R3 line to Philadelphia. A number of NJ Transit buses offer service to Philadelphia.

    Attractions:

    Bordering the Delaware River, Burlington provides a great opportunity for outdoor recreation and living in our apartments for rent in Burlington County make it easy for you to begin exploring the area. The county is home to portions of Pinelands National Reserve, the largest wilderness area on the East Coast, complete with an abundance of blueberry and cranberry production. Moreover, Burlington has 11 smaller parks and natural resource areas, while actively working toward completion of upcoming parks, trails, and fairgrounds. Furthermore, Burlington offers an assortment of retail options, in particular, the Burlington Center Mall, The Promenade at Sagemore, Moorestown Mall and Cinnaminson Mall. Burlington is also home to the oldest county library system in the state.

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    Willingboro Township