Vibrant neighborhoods, plentiful cafes and restaurants, shops, scenic parks, and an abundance of entertainment options are only a few of the reasons why so many choose to call Bayonne, New Jersey home.
Often referred to as “Peninsula City”, Bayonne is ideally situated on a 3-mile peninsula south of Jersey City and across from the northern part of Staten Island in Hudson County, NJ. The modest town of approximately 65,000 residents offers the best of both worlds with convenient access to New York City as well as a peaceful community separated from the hustle and bustle of big city life.
From the beautiful Bayonne Bridge, which is one of the longest arched steel bridges in the world, and its great parks, to its great riverfront, Bayonne has it all.
Bayonne holds a special place in my heart. I made my first ever sale in Bayonne. The reason my clients chose Bayonne was that was less pricey than its nearby cities making it very attractive to those that want more for their money.
Transportation services in Bayonne have improved since the Hudson-Bergen Light Rail system was added making it a very attractive alternative to nearby pricier cities. Residents of Bayonne have access to bus and light rail services that connect with Jersey City’s PATH and ferry services to New York and other NJ areas as well has a comprehensive bus system.
Transit Light Rail Authority
Bayonne’s School District is a comprehensive community public school district serving students in Kindergarten through High School. The school district has a comprehensive curriculum for its residents including Gifted and Talented and Special Education programs.
Bayonne Board of Education
Bayonne has 25 parks, many with green spaces with park benches, playgrounds and walking and biking paths. The Hudson River Waterfront Walkway has a waterfront observation tower and a number of walking, running and bike paths that cross the park and continue on from Bayonne to other municipalities. There municipal pools, skate parks, bike parks that it offers to its residents keeping them outdoors and active all year long.
Bayonne Parks and Recreation