Introduction to Ocean Township, New Jersey
Ocean Township is considered part of the Monmouth - Ocean metropolitan area. The town has a population of 26,959.
Ocean Township History
Ocean Township was incorporated on February 21, 1849. Originally, it was a part of the Shrewsbury Township. It also included parts of Asbury Park borough, Allenhurst, Long Branch Commission, Loch Arbour, Monmouth Beach, Eatontown, Neptune Township, Sea Bright, Deal and Interlaken.
Ocean Township and nearby Attractions
- Weltz Park
- Ocean Historical Museum
- Palaia Park
- Allaire State Park
- Stephen Crane House
- Allgor-Barkalow Homestead Museum
Things To Do In Ocean Township
Ocean Township offers a number of parks and playgrounds, which includes several recreational facilities. In fact, Ocean Township organizes the 4th of July celebration at the largest Palaia Park. The town also includes a golf course, a swimming pool and a tennis club.
Ocean Township Transportation
Air transportation is available from John F. Kennedy International Airport.
Ocean Township Higher Education
The town is close to the Monmouth University.