A quiet town in southern New Jersey, Lumberton was first settled in 1683. Named for the pine trees that populated the area, this rural community became a township in 1860.
The Old Town Hall, built in 1896, houses the Lumberton Historical Society and its museum. Located 19 miles east of Philadelphia, Lumberton is one of the oldest counties in New Jersey.
Lumberton is community-oriented with several parks and facilities that offer a wide variety of programs, including golf programs, art programs, baseball programs, tumbling for tots, and more.
The Lumberton Township School District is one of the fastest-growing districts in South Jersey. With a long history of academic excellence, Lumberton was first to own and operate a school bus and one of the first districts to offer hot lunches.
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