|Located just 30 miles south of New York City
and easily commutable by bus, train or car, East Brunswick's
suburban community of 45,000 continues to
draw young Jewish families from both the greater
NYC and Philadelphia areas. The community
prides itself on the quality of its Parks, Public
Schools, Jewish Institutions, Preschool and
Nursery programs, top-notch shopping and restaurants
(both kosher and non-kosher).
The Township offers outstanding
recreational activities ranging from bike and hiking paths to
organized baseball and soccer. Crystal Springs, the
town's own Water Park, is truly a gem for families in
the summer. We have a strong local Jewish Federation
and the community is very excited that there
are now plans to build a 40,000 square foot Jewish
community with strong Jewish Sprit
On any given day of the week, our community is filled
with free activities ranging from concerts in the
parks, art fairs, Jewish learning programs, and youth and
teen programs to name just a few. Our close proximity to
Rutgers University, New Brunswick, New York City and the Jersey
Shore provides even more recreational and entertainment
From toddlers to seniors, East Brunswick is the place
to be! For the younger set there are
excellent Jewish and non-affiliated preschools and summer camps, including a local YMHA camp, to keep them busy. For
teens and preteens, in addition to the numerous award winning sports leagues,
community groups, and activities,
there are active chapters of Kadima, USY, B'nai B'rith, and
NCSY. For adults; local theater groups, men's and women
clubs, sports teams and so much more are available.
Also, our township Senior Citizen Center is one of the best in the state.
East Brunswick is more than just a place to live....
it's where you belong.
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