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Cranford

Experience suburban living at its finest in Cranford. Located in Union County, this community is home to nearly 24,000 residents and features great schools, a quaint downtown, and an excellent way of life.

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Cranford High School

  • Classification: Public (Grades 9-12) NJ

  • Ranking: #54

  • Class Size: 12

Cranford High School moved up two positions on NJ Monthly's list of the top high schools to #54 in 2016. This top high school encourages student success with a variety of co-curricular activities and Senior Service projects.

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    Downtown Cranford

    Explore Downtown Cranford in one of the best ways: sampling cuisine from some of the top-rated restaurants in New Jersey, including A Toute Heure, 100 Steps, and Pairings. 

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    Union Avenue

    Searching for beautiful antiques or a special gift? You can find just about anything at the local shops lining Union Avenue. 

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    Cranford Canoe Club

    Spend a few hours enjoying the outdoors. Cranford Canoe Club, open to the public, lets you can canoe for over 4 miles on the Rahway River and enjoy a bite to eat after your journey.

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Cranford Community Center

There is always something fun happening at the Cranford Community Center. Whether you enjoy watching classic and foreign films, spending time in the game room, working out at the fitness center, or meeting new friends, the community center is a hub of excitement. 

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Crane-Phillips House Museum

Step back in time and learn about Cranford before it was the popular suburb that it is today. The Crane-Phillips House is a restored historic home that shows visitors and residents what life was like in the mid-1800s. It's also the site of several Cranford Historical Society events.

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