Boonton Township

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Spread across 8.6 square miles, nestled in the north eastern portion of Morris County, New Jersey, sits Boonton Township; a community of 4,400. Boonton's history stretches back to The American Civil War where The Powerville Hotel, still standing, was built to accommodate both the Morris canal and transient trade. It later gained fame as a pre-American Civil War Underground Railroad station. Dolan Fall's is a beautiful area to visit within the township, offering a serene escape from the monotonous work week of the working residents in Boonton.
The Boonton Township School District serves 520 public school students from Kindergarten through grade eight, all of whom attend Rockaway Valley School. Students in grades nine through twelve attend Mountain Lakes High School in Mountain Lakes, NJ.
Boonton is located right along Route 287 making it very convenient to get in and out of the township.