Morris Plains Reviews
Rating 4.58 out of 5 12 reviews
I absolutely love the diversity we have in Morris Plains. Not only are the people diverse, but even the architecture of the buildings surrounding us are unique. There also is a wide variety of activities such as outdoor concerts, dining, biking/running trails, fishing, boating, and historical areas. So long as you do a little research, it is very easy to plan a lovely day with a cherished one without breaking the bank. In addition, the local businesses we have really add to the overall feeling of unity. It is like a large family here in Morris Plains. The people are friendly and always willing to lend a helping hand.
Great place to live for families. Good school system complimented by beautiful houses and scenery, multitude of restaurants and food joints, and an abundance of things to do, from museums to parks. The standard of living is quite high.
I am a small-town person, but I still like to have places in town to go to. Morris Plains is the best place for me because its small enough that I don't feel like I am suffocated by the number of people around and it's big enough that there are things to do around here. You don't isolate here. There's a movie theater, restaurants tennis courts, etc. The school, Parsippany Hills High School is just competitive, but it doesn't overwhelm students. There is a lot of greenery here too. From my apartment, which is on a hill, I can see the New York skyline on a clear day. Although it is a bit far from New York, the train station have plenty of trains that take you to and from New York.
Morris Plains is very diverse and ritzy area. There are multiple restaurants and shops all over town never leaving you bored. In addition, the community and people are very welcoming, helpful, and nice.
I love my town! It is a wonderful place for families and students. Taxes are high due to the quality of schools and properties. I wish there were more small local businesses rather than chains, and Morris Plains often falls flat when it comes to nightlife. However, neighboring towns such as Morristown make up for it. There are not many stores that promote healthy lifestyles, save for supermarkets. I believe the town is very diverse and welcoming to people of all races and sexual orientations, especially in schools. I adore the mix of cultures that are found in Morris Plains and Parsippany.
Very typical suburban area, nothing too exciting. Schools in the area are pretty good, but don't expect anything that special living here.
I love Morris Plains. I have lived here since I was two years old and my father has lived here since he was born, so you can tell we can't get away from it. The public school system isn't great but there are plenty of amazing private schools around.
Morris Plains is the opposite of where I grew up at. It's very quiet, clean and the people are friendly.
Walkable, bikeable, liveable? Judge the Plains based on those criteria and it ranks high along with the other towns on the rail line. Millenials have yet to move this far west, but they will. Best part: there's so much potential to make it even more connected and liveable.
I have lived in this town most of my life. We moved when I was 2 years of age, I am currently 35. I have gone to the local schools, and I enjoy the small town life. It is nice to see how the town supports its residents, and the residents support the local businesses.