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Old Bridge, NJ

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Getting Around in Old Bridge, NJ

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The average commuter time in Old Bridge is:
60 to 89 minutes
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  • Time Range
  • 25 to 29 minutes
  • 30 to 34 minutes
  • 35 to 39 minutes
  • Percentage of workers
  • 5.28%
  • 11.47%
  • 2.08%

Old Bridge Township R

Fans of NHRA-sanctioned automotive racing in Old Bridge are in luck because the Old Bridge Township Raceway Park is one of New Jersey's top venues for motorsports. The park is quite large, with seating for more than 80,000 spectators, multiple drag strips, motocross tracks, and a road-course track. The park is typically open between the months of February and November and hosts a wide variety of events, from competition go-kart racing to drag racing and drifting contests. Old Bridge Township Raceway Park also hosts various car shows throughout the year, giving gearheads in the area plenty of opportunity to indulge in their favorite hobby.

Cheesequake State Par

Based on the English language, you may think that the name for this state park is kind of silly. An earthquake made of cheese? The name actually derives from the language of the native people who inhabited this land prior to European colonization. Cheesequake State Park is a fantastic asset for Old Bridge residents who love the outdoors. There are a few different types of landscapes on display here, including coastal marshes, wooded hillsides, and even a stretch of New Jersey pine barren. Visitors can hike, fish, camp, swim, and even enjoy winter sports at Cheesequake State Park.

Learning Local Histor

Located on a small part of a much larger parcel of land that once belonged to early New Jersey explorer Thomas Warne, this museum is a great place to learn about the Old Bridge area's history. Housed in a historic one-room schoolhouse, this museum features local artifacts and hosts educational events for the community, including occasional living history displays put on by volunteers. The museum is a great place for kids to learn about the area, but it is also a helpful resource for adults who are trying to learn more about their families by using the museum's computers to do genealogical research.