See If You Can Name This Monmouth County Mystery Town
We love our communities here at the Jersey Shore, and we even think we know a good amount of stuff about or area. So, do you think you can name our Monmouth County Mystery Town?
It's not going to be as easy a you think.There are a lot of things to know about Monmouth County, but maybe, with the clues we give you, you'll be able to name the mystery town. We'll give you current day clues, historical clues and facts about this town.
Are you ready to give it a try? We do have an unwritten rule about how we conduct ourselves around here. We ask that you not Google the answers. We want you to get them on your own. It's only fair.
By the way, full disclosure here. the way we uncovered our clues is with a little tool called Google. Unfair, yes. But we're the ones conducting this test. Don't judge us.
Here we go. These are the three clues. Good luck naming the Monmouth County Mystery Town.
This town was named after a late 1800's 364 acre farm in the town which was named after a peninsula in Switzerland.
This entire town currently is 250 acres. Yes' it's over 100 acres smaller than the farm it was originally named after.
The first mayor of this town took office in 1922. The original developers intended for this town to be completely residential, and to this day, that is exactly what it is.
There are the only clues you're going to get, and we think, the only clues you'll need. Take your best guess (on your own, remember, we're the only ones who are allowed to Google these things) and good luck.