As its name implies, Mine Hill
was the center of iron ore extraction. The township was home
to Mahlon Dickerson, the first New Jersey governor from
Morris County, and his namesake, the Dickerson Mine, the
oldest iron ore mine in the United States.
Located along Route 46, Today's Mine Hill is a beautiful
residential community located in northwest Morris County. It
has maintained it's small town atmosphere.
Mine Hill is easy reachable via the midtown direct line
of NJ Transit, in nearby Dover. Also Interstate 80, US Route
46, and NJ State Highway 10.
Mine Hill has an excellent K-6 school system. More
The Township offers Youth Soccer league programs in the
Spring and Fall. Also, the Township provides a summer soccer
camp. Residents also get to enjoy the outdoors at Mine Hill
County, state and federal
parks, are within a few minutes drive where you can try your
hand at everything from bocce to baseball. The Morris County
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