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Wall Township is a wonderful, large community, spanning approximately 31.4 square miles, with a population according to the 2010 Census Bureau of 26,164. Located on the southern end of Monmouth County, Wall Township was formally incorporated as a township by an act of the New Jersey Legislature on March 7, 1851.

During the turn of the 19th Century, many of the other seashore communities, including Belmar, Manasquan, Spring Lake, Sea Girt, Brielle, South Belmar (now Lake Como), and Spring Lake Heights, seceded from Wall to form their own municipalities. Wall Township now includes land from the Shark River to the Manasquan River, as well as land from Belmar to Howell.

Wall’s location makes it a very attractive place to live. There are homes on the river if you want a water view, or wish for a place to dock your boat. It’s only a short distance to beautiful area beaches, and its Bike Trail takes you right through to Manasquan.

Easy access to the Garden State Parkway, Highways 71, 35, and 34, as well as Highway 138 connecting to Interstate 195, and Route 18. Additionally, mass transit such as buses, trains, and ferries makes it very easy for commuters. Corporate jets from Allaire Airport fly over tree-edged open spaces dotted with industries, businesses, clusters of homes, tilled farms and stable lands.

Wall’s proximity to area beaches, Shark River, Allaire State Park, and farmland make the township an ideal place for outdoor activities. Horseback riding, boating, surfing, fishing, golf, camping, running, biking, swimming, tennis, basketball, soccer…and the list goes on. Wall Township even boasts its own 1/3 of a mile paved oval Speedway, Wall Stadium Speedway, one of the most successful stock car racing short tracks in the Country.

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