Directions to Discovery Institute

From North Jersey

Via the Garden State Parkway (GSP)—Take the GSP South to Exit 109. You will pay a toll, and go directly to a traffic light. Turn right at this light onto Newman Springs Road (also known as Route 520). You will be on Newman Springs Road/Route 520 approximately 7 miles before you will reach the light for Conover Road. At the light, make a right onto Conover Road. Discovery Institute will be ½ mile on the right..

Via Route 18—Take Route 18 to the exit for Route 79 North (Matawan). Proceed to the second traffic light on Route 79 (Valero station on right) and turn right onto Newman Springs Road (also known as Route 520). Proceed straight to the next light for Conover Road. At the light, make a left onto Conover Road. Discovery Institute will be ½ mile on the right.


 From South Jersey

Via the Garden State Parkway (GSP)—Take the GSP North to Exit 109. As the exit forks, stay to the left approaching the traffic light. At the light, turn left onto Newman Springs Road (also known as Route 520). You will be on Newman Springs Road/Route 520 approximately 7 miles before you will reach the light for Conover Road. At the light, make a right onto Conover Road. Discovery Institute will be ½ mile on the right.


From Philadelphia & Western New Jersey

Via the New Jersey Turnpike (NJTP)—Take the NJTP North to Exit 7A. Get onto Route 195 East (Shore Points). Take the exit for the GSP North. Take the GSP North to Exit 109. As the exit forks, stay to the left approaching the traffic light. At the light, turn left onto Newman Springs Road (also known as Route 520). You will be on Newman Springs Road/Route 520 approximately 7 miles before you will reach the light for Conover Road. At the light, make a right onto Conover Road. Discovery Institute will be ½ mile on the right.

Reviewed for Medical & Clinical Accuracy by Dr. Joseph N. Ranieris D.O.

Dr. Joseph Ranieri D.O. earned his BS in Pharmacy at Temple University School of Pharmacy in 1981 and His Doctorate Degree in Osteopathic Medicine at the Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine in 1991. He is Board Certified by the American Board of Family Medicine and a Diplomate of the American Board of Preventive Medicine Addiction Certification.