SMALL TOWN with a BIG HEART HEART!!!
Hazlet is a township in Monmouth County New Jersey.
SMALL TOWN with a BIG HEART HEART!!!
Hazlet is a great little town that is an ideal place to travel to a visit to the Jersey shore
Hazlet was the site of the last drive-in movie theater in New Jersey which was located on route 35 and closed in 1991.
Hazlet Township is roughly 37 miles south of Manhattan and 56 miles north east of Philadelphia.
The Hazlet Township Public schools serve students in pre-kindergarten through 12th grade. There is an early learning center,Lillian Drive elementary school, middle Road elementary school, raritan Valley elementary school, Beers Street elementary school, Cove Road elementary school, Hazlet middle school and Raritan high school.
Hazlet offers great Commuting to New York City. New Jersey transit has a railroad station in Hazlet. The north jersey coast line either going to Hoboken terminal, Newark Penn station or New York Penn station.
The Garden State Parkway is nearby providing easy access to New York city destinations or an easy drive to the Jersey shore.
The Academy bus line is a company in New Jersey providing local bus service to New York City with a more reasonable fee.
See streak is a private company operating in the port of New York and New Jersey. It provides high-speed commuter service between points of the Raritan bayshore in Monmouth County New Jersey into Manhattan in New York City. Also special events and sightseeing excursions in the harbor and seasonal service to the new England coast.
Sandy Hook which is part of national recreation area is located a few miles from Hazlet New Jersey. Sandy Hook tourism office several beaches lifeguards restrooms snack bars and they don’t permit animals up to Labor Day. You’ll see cyclists and Kitesurfing throughout the park. Sandy hook lighthouse is located with in the fort grounds, as is the Marine Academy of science and technology. This is a magnet high school which is part of the Monmouth County vocational school district.
If you’re looking for a nice peaceful and shaded area to exercise don’t pass up the Henry Hudson Trail in Hazlet where you can head down to Sandy hook or you can go in the other direction and head towards freehold. All in all Hazlet is another great town that you’ll be proud to call home.
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HAZLET SCHOOL DISTRICT
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Hazlet School District is made of 7 schools in total.. There are 5 elementary schools, Beers Street, Cove Road, Lillian Drive, Middle Road, and Raritan Valley. The Middle School is Hazlet Middle School, and the children of the Hazlet district attend Raritan High School. Also, see third party ratings of the each school within the district here.
Also, see third party ratings of the each school within the district here.
Hazlet a wonderful town with great proximity to the Jersey Beacher
Exit 118 of the GSP, same exit as Sandy Hook.
Many people who live in Hazlet consider themselves to live “down the shore”. Hazlet, also known as exit 118 off the GSP is the same exit everyone takes to reach a fabulous destination in the summer Sandy Hook Beach. There is so much more then “just a beach” when you enter the Sandy Hook area. They offer summer concerts and so much more. Take a peek here, to see all the activities. Sandy Hook, however is truly just the beginning. There are so many beaches, and beach towns that Monmouth County offers. Take a look, and take some time to visit the different shore towns… Each one has character of its own.
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