Introduction to Linwood, New Jersey
The city of Linwood was officially incorporated as a borough on February 20th, 1889, by an Act of the New Jersey Legislature. It was formed out of Egg Harbor Township. The community was officially incorporated as a city on April 27th, 1931. It is located in Atlantic County, which was formerly known as Egg Harbor Township. It became an official district in 1693 and the county was established in 1837.
Linwood and Nearby Attractions
- Giffordtown Schoolhouse Museum
- Mid-Atlantic Center for the Arts/Emlin Physick Estate
- Warren E. Fox Nature Center
- Cape Henlopen State Park
- Ocean City Historical Museum
- Lebanon State Forest
Things To Do In Linwood
Nearby parks include Cape Henlopen State Park, Double Trouble State Park, Wells Mills County Park and Barnegat Lighthouse State Park. Storybook Land, Atlantic City Fishing Center, Senator Frank S. Farley State Marina and La Strolla Gondola offer provisions for recreational activities. Linwood Historical Society has historical artifacts on display.
Atlantic City International Airport is nearby.
Linwood Higher Education
Nearby colleges and universities include Atlantic Cape Community College, Rowan University and Gloucester County College.