Why does Florham Park attract so many of my clients? With its low tax rate, subsidized by many of the local businesses and corporations in town, Florham Park has a community feel like no other, with an active sense of volunteerism. Residents truly love their town and want to get involved, help their neighbors, or just say hello!
Columbia Turnpike provides residents with endless shopping destinations, yet the community manages to feel like a small town. The Little Red School House (on both the state and national registers of historic places) on Columbia Turnpike symbolizes this juxtaposition. Located 30 miles from New York City, Florham Park gives its residents everything they could want in a town and more.
While Florham Park lacks its own train station, residents have many easy ways to commute into the city.
- Residents can catch a New Jersey Transit train from neighboring Madison into NY Penn Station.
- Many residents drive to the Livingston Mall and take a direct bus into Manhattan.
- Local buses also take you into Manhattan but require a transfer in Newark.
- Florham Park is easily accessible by car to Routes 78, 280, 287 and the Garden State Parkway.
- Florham Park is approximately 20 minutes from Newark Liberty Airport.
- There are two elementary schools, one from grades Pre-K to 2 and the other from grades 3 to 5 and one middle school.
- High School students attend Hanover Park High School, located in neighboring East Hanover.
- Spring Gardens Lake offers water sports and fishing in the spring and summer.
- Free Public Library of Florham Park holds summertime concerts and activities.
- Annual Fourth of July celebration has a parade, carnival, and of course, fireworks.
- Residents can use the newly renovated municipal pool in the summer.
- Florham Park is home to the 110,000 square foot Lifetime Fitness facility.
- Watch the New York Jets practice in Atlantic Health Jets Training Center in Florham Park.
- Florham Park has both private and public golf courses.