Ocean County Restoring Historic Cedar Bridge Tavern

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Cedar Bradige Tavern Restoration Project

Ocean County Parks and Recreation is in the middle of a preservation project on the Cedar Bridge Tavern in Barnegat. Stay tuned for updates. A full history of the property is here: http://bit.ly/2xVFM3r Historic Cedar Bridge Tavern, located on 5 acres deep in the NJ Pine Barrens south of Rt 72, dates back to 1816. However, the history of the site reaches much further. It is rumored that the last land skirmish of the American Revolution occurred here on December 27, 1782. There was a tavern on this site in the late 1700's. This project is restoring the second tavern on site to the 1812 version. Due to the tavern's 200 year history as a hub for locals and crossroads for travelers, the tavern is listed on the New Jersey and National Registers of Historic Places. The site is closed to the general public while the historic preservation project is under way.

Posted by Ocean County Parks & Recreation on Thursday, October 5, 2017

Ocean County Parks and Recreation is in the middle of a preservation project on the Cedar Bridge Tavern in Barnegat. Stay tuned for updates. A full history of the property is here: http://bit.ly/2xVFM3r


Historic Cedar Bridge Tavern, located on 5 acres deep in the NJ Pine Barrens south of Rt 72, dates back to 1816. However, the history of the site reaches much further. It is rumored that the last land skirmish of the American Revolution occurred here on December 27, 1782. 


There was a tavern on this site in the late 1700’s. This project is restoring the second tavern on site to the 1812 version.


Due to the tavern’s 200 year history as a hub for locals and crossroads for travelers, the tavern is listed on the New Jersey and National Registers of Historic Places. The site is closed to the general public while the historic preservation project is under way

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