Township is located in Central New Jersey, near the New Jersey Turnpike,
Exit 8A and Route 130. This scenic town has preserved 989 acres
of rich farmland on its westward side. To the east of Route 130,
is a four square mile zone allows for light industrial, warehousing
and office-research. A unique township feature is its federally
and state registered historic village center with many well preserved
federal period buildings. The Village district has many shops, quality
restaurants and small offices. The municipal and board of education
offices are located in the Village area along with the fire house,
first aid and rescue squad, public library, museum and history center.
There are several parks in Cranbury including Village Park which
fronts on picturesque Brainerd Lake.