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The Gym for Kids provides themed, multi-week Learning Units that help the natural progression of skills in children from one year to the next. Their program also integrates physical activity which is a conduit for their Three-Dimensional Learning unit.
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70 Kingsland Road, Clifton Commons, Clifton, NJ 07014 MoreLess Info
The Spuntino Wine Bar & Italian Tapas is a local bistro that offers its patrons a large variety of wines and tapas foods. The wine list consists of over 150 varieties and the food menu consists of classic Italian cuisine.
Fun for the entire family is available at Nichols Park since there are activities for all ages. The park offers extensive walking paths and hiking trails, a wide range of children's playground equipment, a baseball field, and a basketball court.
The Miller-Cory House Museum is a nationally recognized 'living museum', in which trained artisans recreate the everyday life, tasks, and crafts of the 18th and 19th century Miller and Corey farm families. A museum shop is located on site.
Known as the busiest park in the township, Chubb Park offers over 85 acres of sports and leisure amenities. The park includes multiple picnic areas, a tennis court, multiple athletic fields, children's playground, ice rink and nature pond and more.
Providing 20 stalls for horse boarding, Sarah Stinneford Equestrian has outdoor training facilities and trails for visitors to take their horses on. The barn hosts horse shows where visitors can see riders perform tricks on their horses.
Featuring its own grape presser, Corrado's Wine & Beer Making offers a variety of supplies to get visitors on their way to brewing their own beer. The shop provides hardware in addition to yeast and fruit kits.