Woodbridge Township in Middlesex County in New Jersey is made up of 10 small yet picturesque all-American town that include Avenel, Colonia, Fords, Hopelawn, Iselin, Keasbey, Menlo Park Terrace, Port Reading, Sewaren, and Woodbridge itself.
Known for being a family-orientated community, this is the perfect place to come for both adult and younger visitors, and there are plenty of activities that can be enjoyed by the whole family here, including historical sites, leafy parks, and multi-cultural neighborhoods.
Woodbridge Township is also close to the Jersey Shore and New York City which means that visitors can experience pieces of both small town and big city America located only a 40 minute drive away from each other.
Let’s explore the best things to do in Woodbridge:
1. Kidz Village
Visitors to Woodbridge with youngsters shouldn’t miss the chance to swing by Kidz Village, an indoor play area that is perfect particularly if you are looking for something to do when the weather isn’t so good.
Kidz Village is packed with fun and games that children under the age of ten will love, including climbing frames, slides, tunnels, bridges and ball areas.
There are different rooms spread throughout Kidz Village for little ones to explore including themes like fairyland as well as a tool shop and garage where budding mechanics can have fun building and playing with tools.
There is also an old-school arcade filled with all your favorite games and for even younger patrons there is a dedicated Toddler Town where they can play in a safe and fun environment.