Basking Ridge

Basking Ridge was originally settled in the 1700s and has several beautiful historic sites as well as four county parks.  In May, Basking Ridge holds an event called "Charter Day" where several rides are stands are set up with proceeds mostly going to school sports.  In the evening there is a " battle of the bands" where teen sign up to perform for the community.

Among this charming community, the Old Oak Tree is situated in the graveyard of the Presbyterian Church in Basking Ridge. This 600-year-old white oak tree is a site where George Washington is said to have picnicked in the late 1770s.

There are many other historical adventures to be found in Basking Ridge NJ.  With all of it's history, and beauty who wouldn't want to live here?

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