Residents of Wall commuters utilize New Jersey Transit which offers train service on
the North Jersey Coast Line at the nearby Belmar, Spring Lake and Manasquan stations. The Township was established on March 7, 1851 from portions of
Howell Township. Interstate 195 was extended into Wall Township in 1981, giving direct high-speed
access to Trenton. Even though many of the surrounding towns sprung out of Wall Township, the only
ZIP code that exclusively serves areas of Wall is Allenwood, but even it relies solely on a Post
Office box system for regular mail services.
Monmouth County is Known for Great Schools and Colleges,
an Extensive County Park System, Attractive Homes and Outstanding
White Sandy Beaches. Monmouth County's Shore Towns Offer Fine dining
and Shopping as well as Entertainment Venues.
Among the Performing Arts to be discovered are the Count Basie Theater,
Two Rivers Theater in Red Bank, Asbury Park 1920s Paramount Theater, Convention
Center, and the Stone Pony, which has hosted native New Jerseyans
such as "The Boss" Bruce Springstein and Bon Jovi. Monmouth County is
located just an hour away from New York City and 90 minutes from
Philadelphia. Travel to this Area is Available Via Bus, Trains or