Introduction to Lincoln Park, New Jersey
Lincoln Park, New Jersey, in Morris county, is 1 mile W of Wayne, New Jersey and 14 miles NW of Newark, New Jersey. The people of the town are in the Newark metropolitan area. Lincoln Park has a population of 10,930.
Lincoln Park History
Lincoln Park was formed on land taken from Pequannock Township. It was officially incorporated as a borough for the first time in March of 1922. It was incorporated again in February 1925. The name of the borough was kept in the honor of President Abraham Lincoln.
Lincoln Park and nearby Attractions
- West Essex Park
- Silas Condict Park
- Meadows Golf Club
- American Labor Museum
- Paterson Museum
- Deer Run Golf Club
Things To Do In Lincoln Park
There are a few excellent golf courses around Lincoln Park. The nearby parks and rivers are excellent spots for relaxation and recreation.
Lincoln Park Transportation
Air transportation is available from Newark International Airport.
Lincoln Park Higher Education
William Paterson University, Montclair State University, Passaic County Community College and Ramapo College are some of the nearest institutions of higher education.