"New Jersey suburban enclave" Fair Lawn by Bunsch

Fair Lawn Travel Guide: 3 reviews and 8 photos

Here's the Borough version of reality:

Fair Lawn's history can be traced back to the Lenni-Lenapi tribes, and it was incorporated as a Borough in 1924. It moved from being an agricultural hamlet to a suburban community.

Fair Lawn is a great place to visit...with such historical sites as the Native American fishing weir, Garreston Forge and Farm Restoration, Radburn: the first planned community and the old Dutch House Tavern. There are three shopping districts along Broadway, River Road and Fair Lawn Avenue and two train stations serviced by New Jersey Transit into New York City and points north.

Fair Lawn is a better place to live...with over a dozen recreational facilities and parks serviced by one of the best recreation departments in New Jersey, houses of worship of many different faiths, a top-notch school system and a brand new state-of-the-art community center.

  • Last visit to Fair Lawn: Jan 2013
  • Intro Updated Jan 4, 2013
  • Add to Trip Planner (?)
  • Report Abuse

Reviews (3)

Comments

Bunsch Visits Here Frequently!

Bunsch

“Onward and upward!”

Online Now

Female

Top 1,000 Travel Writer
Member Rank:
0 0 2 5 8
Forum Rank:
0 0 9 9 3

Badges & Stats in Fair Lawn

  • 3 Reviews
  • 7 Photos
  • 0 Forum posts
  • 0 Comments
  • 123PageViews

Have you been to Fair Lawn?

  Share Your Travels  

Travel Interests

See All Travel Interests (5)