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The township of Wayne, New Jersey is a lovely suburban community with plenty of attractions all its own. It is located less than twenty miles from New York City, The community offers a strong school system, a large amount of parks and recreational facilities and a convenient location, which make this township a popular choice for those looking for real estate in Monmouth County.

Wayne is home to large number of parks and recreational facilities. Barbour Pond offers residents several beautiful lakefront neighborhoods, beaches, parks and hiking trails. The township also offers its residents several public baseball, basketball and soccer facilities, children's playgrounds and Laurelwoods Garden, a 33-acre arboretum complete with walking trails and more than 500 varieties of flowering plants and trees. Wayne is also home to the 15,000 square-foot James Roe Memorial Pool, which offers public swimming, water slides, geysers, and a flume ride to visitors during the summer months.

Wayne is also known for its excellent school system, making the town a popular choice for many professionals with families working in New York City. The town is home to several elementary and middle schools, as well as two high schools, which are all extremely well equipped for serving the needs of the township's large student population. According to New Jersey Magazine, Wayne is consistently ranked in the top 75 school districts in the state.