PDA

View Full Version : What is the best small town in New Jersey?



JerseyDevil
04-05-2004, 03:42 PM
I was just wondering what people's best small town in New Jersey is an why. I used to love Princeton the best (still love it), but now it's Cranbury that i love the best. I love Cranbury because it has the colonial small town feel. I love Brainerd Lake, I love Main street. I love to see in the summer people setting up painting easles and painting different parts of the town. It's almost like going back in time. It's just so peaceful and relaxing.

MITHRANDIR
09-23-2004, 09:51 PM
I was just wondering what people's best small town in New Jersey is an why. I used to love Princeton the best (still love it), but now it's Cranbury that i love the best. I love Cranbury because it has the colonial small town feel. I love Brainerd Lake, I love Main street. I love to see in the summer people setting up painting easles and painting different parts of the town. It's almost like going back in time. It's just so peaceful and relaxing.

I like Seaside Park.

During the summer you are within walking/bicycle distance of the boardwalk, parks, beach and bay. It is not as active as Seaside Heights during the summer, but if you were interested you are still close to Seaside Heights.

During the rest of the year it is a relatively quiet community with plenty of opportunity for kids to have fun.

Princeton is fun to visit and it receives a large influence from the University.

Radiojoe315
11-08-2005, 04:51 PM
In regards to Seaside Park..

I love it in the Summer, GREAT place, But truely as you said..


During the rest of the year it is a relatively quiet community with plenty of opportunity for kids to have fun.

The Winter is the best in any Shore town in the state. The quietness. I love being there in a snowstorm as well. Lots of fun.

JerseyDevil
11-08-2005, 04:54 PM
The Winter is the best in any Shore town in the state. The quietness. I love being there in a snowstorm as well. Lots of fun.
I've been to the boardwalk with snow on it, but that was only last year. I've never been to the beach during a snow storm. I grew up on the shore, Bricktown and went to school at St Peters in Pt Pleasant Beach. I can't believe I never really saw the beach covered in snow. :(

Radiojoe315
11-08-2005, 04:55 PM
Seeing the boardwalk with snow, What a great site. (Then again You have to like Winter as much as I say probably to feel that way!)

Marianita
02-05-2006, 10:31 PM
I like Marlton as it is really pretty. It has alot to offer even though it is not a large city. Marianita