Bridgewater, New Jersey, is a place of great history and incessant activity. For a long time, it was known as a farming community, but ever since the population boom of the late 20th century, it became a center of technology, medicine, and finance.
Bridgewater was chartered in 1749 by King George II, back before we were even a country, and incorporated in 1798, when we were. Over its 32.5 square mile township, you’ll find rolling hills, lush forests, and peaceful rivers.
Back in the city, however, you’ll find that it is impossible to run out of things to do. First, there’s the Bridgewater Commons, a massive 900,000-square-foot mall that former Mayor James T. Dowden called “our downtown with a roof over it.” The mall almost single-handedly gave Bridgewater its modern identify and significantly contributed to its growth in the last several decades.
That being said, Bridgewater’s a great place to be even if you have no interest in shopping. You can enjoy America’s favorite pastime at the ballpark, one of the best in the country; find your inner peace at the beautiful Sri Venkateswara Temple; go for a walk or a run at Duke Island Park—or Washington Valley Park, a favorite of ours; you can take your kids to Kidstreet Playground, which has picnic tables and different games for children of all ages; you can even get your tactical game on at The Airsoft Factory.
And that’s not to name the dozens and hundreds of clubs, restaurants, diners, bars, and other places and activities that one can enjoy in Bridgewater. Truly, we’re proud to serve you at Bell Mitsubishi!