55 Rte 31 South, Building C
Pennington Business Park
Pennington, NJ 08534
Building a great foundation through gymnastics.
Our physical address is: Our Mailing Address is:
55 Route 31 South P.O. Box 717
Pennington Business Park Pennington, N.J. 08534
Pennington, NJ 08534
Please note that many GPS's place us North of our actual location. If you
are able to, use the following coordinates for our location:
N 40°19’10.1” W074°47’52.7”
Take I-80 East to the U.S. 206/Route 183 exit. Keep right at the fork in the ramp. Merge onto US 206. Take the I-287 South ramp toward Somerville (I-78)/Princeton. Merge onto I-287 South. Take the US 202 South/US 206 South exit. Continue on US 202 South. At the Flemington Circle, continue on US 202/31 South. Exit US 202/31 onto Route 31 South (Trenton). Follow Route 31 South until you reach Pennington Market on the left. Go past Burger King and Sommerton Springs Golf, we are the first driveway on the left in Pennington Business Park. We are Building C in the right rear corner of the complex.
From North Jersey
Take the NJ Turnpike south to Exit 9 NewBrunswick. Follow Rte. 18 North to Rte. 1 South. Follow Rte. 1 South to Rte. 95 South towards Philadelphia (this is not the NJ Turnpike). Take 95 South to Exit 4 Rte 31 North Pennington / Ewing. Stay on Rte. 31 through the Pennington Circle, through a yellow blinking light and over a bridge. We are the first driveway on the right after the bridge in Pennington Business Park. If you pass the Pennington Market and Burger King you went too far.
From South Jersey
Take 295 North to 95 South. (295 turns into 95, not the NJ Turnpike). Take 95 South to Exit 4 Rte 31 North Pennington / Ewing. Stay on Rte. 31 through the Pennington Circle, through a yellow blinking light and over a bridge. We are the first driveway on the right after the bridge in Pennington Business Park. If you pass the Pennington Market and Burger King you went too far.
Motion Gymnastics is located on Route 31 in Pennington north of the Pennington Circle.
*Please note that NJDOT proposes to demolish the existing bridge on Route 31 over CSX (railway lines). Construction is expected to be completed over two construction seasons. NJDOT has indicated that the one lane of traffic, in each direction on Route 31, will be maintained during construction, although lane shifts will be necessary.