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Basking Ridge is an unincorporated area in the state of New Jersey, located in Somerset County, more exactly in the Somerset Hills region. Basking Ridge was settled in the colonial times, and it is now part of the Bernards Township, together with Liberty Corner, Lyons and West Millington. 

According to the 2000 census, there are 24.600 people currently living in Basking Ridge, on an area of 21.66 square miles. Among the most notable residents of Basking Ridge, we can recall Scott Fisher, Patricia Lee Gauch and Tobin Gutwilling. Basking Ridge is a great place to visit, because it offers a great deal of cultural and leisure possibilities, as well as many historical places. Did you know that Basking Ridge is the current location of the headquarters of Verizon Wireless, Avaya, and Barnes & Noble College Booksellers?

Top Attractions within Basking Ridge

The Old Oak Tree is 600 years old, and is located in the graveyard of the Presbyterian Church. The tree marks the site where George Washington is said to have picnicked, back in the late 1770s. Another old oak tree can be found in the center of Basking Ridge, and it was planted during the American Revolutionary War. The Devil's Tree is a solitary oak tree, which completes the list.

The Brick Academy
 is a historical brick building in Basking Ridge, as it was built somewhere around 1809. Originally, the building was home to the Basking Ridge Classical School. Samuel Lewis Southard, a notable U.S. Senator and Secretary of the Navy studied here. Now, the Brick Academy is listed on the National Register of Historic Places.

Lord Stirling Park
 is a great recreational place, that everyone will enjoy. The park spans on 950 acres, and it is home to a wide range of wildlife species. The park is divided into two parts: the Somerset County Environmental Education Center and the Lord Stirling Stable. This is definitely a must-see, as it will give to the chance to relax in the core of the nature, while learning new and interesting things.
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