Woodland Township is a small town located in Burlington County with a population of around 1,800 people. The town has a sprawling country feel and is surrounded by rolling hills and lush forests. It is one of the 56 towns that makes up the New Jersey Pinelands National Reserve with several small waterways that run through it.
There are many designated forests and nature preserves within Woodland Township. Some of the most popular ones include the Franklin Parker Preserve, the Brendan T Byrne State Forest and the Michael Huber Prairie Warbler Preserve. The Franklin Parker Preserve is owned and operated by the New Jersey Conservation Foundation and sits in the heart of the New Jersey Pine Barrens with 21 miles of trails that are open for hikers, bikers and horseback riders to utilize. In addition to this preserve, residents and visitors of Woodland Township can enjoy the second largest state forest (Brendan T Byrne State Forest) which provides opportunities for camping, hiking, mountain biking, birding, fishing and hunting among other things.
There are plenty of restaurants and shops in Woodland Township, including several small, locally owned businesses. Woodland is home to a popular farmers market, held on Saturdays in the summer and fall, and features fresh produce and other local goods you can’t find anywhere else.
The school district in Woodland Township is highly rated, with several elementary, middle, and high schools serving the community. There are also a few private schools in the area, including a Catholic school and a Montessori school.
Public transportation in Woodland Township is limited, but there are a few bus routes that serve the town. Commuting to nearby cities is fairly easy, and Philadelphia is just a short drive away. The town is also conveniently located near several major highways, including the New Jersey Turnpike and Interstate 295.
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