Once a cluster of distinct
farming communities and lakefront resorts, Randolph Township in
Morris County has grown rapidly in the last 25 years into a
largely residential suburban community. Beautiful green forests,
rolling hills and fishing streams reminiscent of a typical New
England town best explain the natural beauty of Randolph
Township, located entirely within the Highlands of the
Founded in 1805, Randolph Township includes neighborhoods
such as Ironia, Mount Freedom, Shongum, Millbrook and Mount
Fern. Randolph Township is a largely residential town which
boasts excellent schools, active recreation programs and a
wealth of citizen volunteers. The town was named for Hartshorne
Fitz-Randolph, one of the area's original landowners who settled
here in the 1700s. Founders Day is celebrated each year on Nov
What makes Randolph Township appealing is that you can
live in the country and still be accessible to urban businesses
and cultural places.
In addition to Randolph's reputation for excellent Summer
and year-round community activities, the Randolph School
District has a well-deserved reputation for excellence.
For higher education, County College of Morris is located on
Route 10. It is a source of knowledge, cultural events and even
assistance for small business owners in town.
The township has been a leader in preservation of open
space, through a dedicated local tax and the use of
county and state funds. Freedom Park on Carrell Road is
the town's largest recreational facility which boasts a
new children's playground. Also, athletic fields are
located at Heistien Park on Doby Road and Freedom Park on
Millbrook Road which connects to Patriot's Path.
Located in the heart of Morris County, Randolph Township
is well connected to the region by Route 10, which
connects to Interstates 80 and 287. Newark is 25 miles
to the northeast, New York City is 32 miles to the east
and Philadelphia is 85 miles to the southwest. Rail
service is available in neighboring Dover Township.
Newark, NYC, The Meadowlands, and Newark Airport are
within easy reach.
Randolph Township is deeply committed to providing the
very best in recreational amenities to its residents.
The town is preparing to spend More than $2.7 million in
the creation of Freedom Park. When completed, this
passive and active state-of-the art recreational
facility will include fields for soccer, the
fastest-growing sport, as well as the more traditional
games of football and baseball. Other sports facilities
include basketball and volleyball courts. The park's hub
for social gatherings will take place at a planned
pavilion with various picnic facilities. Highly praised
stage productions are presented frequently by the
Brundage Playhouse community theater group. Their
productions are held usually at the playhouse on Carrell
For current shopping needs, Randolph Township residents
enjoy the convenience of popular stores on the newly
paved and reengineered Route 10, including Kmart and
Pathmark, Staples and Super A&P. Sears, Macy's, JC
Penney and Lord & Taylor are found at the nearby
Rockaway Townsquare Mall, and the Roxbury and Ledgewood
malls provide The Home Depot, Wal-Mart, Lines 'N'
Things, ShopRite and more. Only minutes away is the
downtown Morristown shopping district with over 200
shops, services and restaurants.
Come see all Randolph has to offer! Let
Smitha show you the beauty
of Randolph and Morris County, New
Official Town Website: http://www.randolphnj.org/
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