6 Flags Great Adventure
    Six Flags Great Adventure is a world-class family entertainment complex filled with exciting rides and attractions and 12 heart-pounding coasters...

A.J. Meerwald
    A. J. Meerwald is New Jersey's Tall Ship. Sponsored by the Delaware Bay Schooner Project. They are located at 2800 High St. (Bivalve) in Port Norris, NJ. Call (609) 785-2060.

• Artists Showcase Theatre
    Trenton, NJ 609-392-2433

• Artworks
    Trenton, NJ 609-394-9436

Atco Raceway
    Atco, NJ
856-768-2167
One of the hot spots of American drag racing, this facility features custom car shows, wheel-standers, jet cars, match races and street racing.

• Atsion Forest
    609-268-0444
Located within wharton State Forest, Atsion is a former iron manufacturing and agricultural center. Visitors can enjoy swimming, fishing and boating.

• Bass River State Forest
    New Gretna, NJ
609-296-1114
Located within the Pine Barrens, this 18,000-acre park features Absegami Lake, camping facilities and more.

Batsto Village
    http://www.batstovillage.org/

Bridgeton Hall of Fame All Sports Museum
    Located in the Burt Avenue Recreation Center in Bridgeton, NJ 08302
(856) 451-7300
Hours are Tues.-Sat.: 10 am - 3 pm (closed Noon - 1 pm)
Free admission
This South Jersey museum is dedicated to individuals and teams of all sports in this region of New Jersey. Photos, equipment, scrapbooks, and other memorabilia of many well known men and women of national fame and regional and local renown in sports are on display in this modern and spacious facility.

• Burlington County Historical Society
    609-386-4773
457 High Street Burlington, NJ, 08016
Three historic 18th century houses. Museum housing superb collections of clocks, decoys, samplers and quilts.

• Burlington County Park at Smithville
    609-265-5068
Eastampton, NJ
This 250-acre park is the home of the historical Smithville Mansion and Village.

Camden Children`s Garden
    http://www.camdenchildrensgarden.org 1 Riverside Drive, Camden NJ. 4-acre, interactive, horticultural playground. Mon-Fri 9:30-4:30. Sat-Sun 10-5. 856-365-3300.

Cape May-Lewes Ferry
    http://www.capemay-lewesferry.com/index.html

Cohanzik Zoo
    Cohanzik Zoo, located at 181 East Commerce Street in Bridgeton. The Cohanzik zoo is open from 9am-4pm every day. Admission is FREE for families and individuals. Group donations are as follows: Bus $25, Van $15. Seniors and Handicapped Groups FREE. School Programs cost $50 per class. Reservations should be made 4 weeks in advance. Picnic areas are available. Concession is open weekends and holidays only. The zoo is handicapped accessible. For more information, call (609) 455 3230 ext. 242/277.

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• Contemporary Victorian Townhouse Museum
    Trenton, NJ 609-392-9727

Cowtown Rodeo and FLea Market
    Cowtown Rodeo is the longest running regular Saturday night rodeo in the US. Features bareback riding, calf roping, steer wrestling and more. Saturdays from May through September. 7:30pm.
Cowtown (Rodeo, Flea Market, and Auction) is located at 780 Route 40 in Pilesgrove. For more information, call (856) 769-3200

• Dr. Ulysses S. Wiggins Waterfront Park
    Camden, NJ 08103
609-795-7275
Located next to the New Jersey State Aquarium, this park features a 50-slip marina, a promenade along the Delaware River and outdoor concerts on the Riverstage.

Dutch Neck Village
    Located in the Dutch Neck section of Hopewell Township, Cumberland County, Dutch Neck Village features unique shops, restaurants, and the Country Living Museum, where kitchen utensils from the early 1900s, glassware, milk bottles & appliances are on display. The Old Hickory Arboretum and Display Garden features three acres of land, grassed walkways, and picnic tables… (856) 451-2188 97 Trench Road, Bridgeton, NJ

• Ellarslie
    609-989-3632 Trenton, NJ Trenton City museum that dates back to 1848.

Finn's Point
    Finn’s Point contains both a unique national cemetery that contains the remains of both Confederate and Union soldiers, and a rear range light, which used to mark the point of entry and exit between the Delaware Bay and River. Finn’s Point is located off east Route 49, on Fort Mott Road in Salem. For more information, call (856) 935-1487.

Fort Mott State Park
    Three Forts Ferry Crossing Pennsville, NJ
856-935-3218
Fort Mott State Park was part of a three-fort defense system designed for the Delaware River that includes Fort Delaware on Pea Patch Island and Fort DuPont in Delaware City. Fort Mott features daily tours of its gun emplacements, shot rooms and structures erected over 100 years ago, as well as a 15-minute ride on the "Delafort" Ferry that connects all three historical forts.

• Foundation Theatre
    609-894-2138
Pemberton, NJ
Located on the beautiful Burlington County College campus, this professional theatre company offers a wide variety of entertainment including a summer season, Children’s Theatre Project and Fall Event/Spring Classic Series.

• Freeway Golf Course
    1858 Sicklerville Road Sicklerville 856-227-1115 Fax: 856-227-6131.

Garden State Discovery Museum
    16 Springdale Road Cherry Hill, NJ 08003
Phone: 856-424-1233
Fax: 856-424-6516 Description: Hands-on children's museum filled with hours of fun and countless experiences. Over 15 permanent exhibits, special events, celebrations and festivals await infants to ten-year-olds and their adult companions.

Garden State Discovery Museum
    The Garden State Discovery Museum is a hands-on museum for infants to 10 year olds. The Discovery Museum offers fifteen larger-than-life, kid powered, interactive exhibit areas. Every exhibit is an invitation to touch, explore, and create.
Located at 2040 Springdale Road in Cherry Hill
For information, call 856-424-1233.

Girl Scouts of the South Jersey Pines
    Girl Scouts of the South Jersey Pines

• Glassboro and Winslow Fish and Wildlife Management Areas
    609-629-0090
Fishing and hunting are offered in these large, outdoor tracts.

• Glassboro Center for the Arts at Rowan College
    Glassboro, NJ
609-256-4545
Enjoy jazz, Broadway musicals, pops concerts, country music, classical orchestras and soloists as well as family and children's programs at the attractive Wilson Concert Hall.

• Glassboro Heritage Glass Museum
    Glassboro, NJ
609-881-7468
Many examples of historic glassware are featured. Limited hours.

• Gloucester County College Art Gallery
    1400 Tanyard Road
Sewell, NJ 08080
(856) 415-2236
This gallery features a permanent collection as well as monthly exhibits of artists of national and international reputation.

• Golden Pheasant Golf Course
    141 Country Club Road & Eayrestown Road Medford 609-267-4276

• Haddonfield Historic District
    609-429-1304 or 216-7253
Over 400 buildings of colonial and Victorian architecture, and the Fire Company #1 Museum.

• Hancock House
    Hancocks Bridge, NJ 08308
856-935-4373
Historic shrine, scene of Revolutionary War massacre of Quakers by the British. Superb example of early Quaker colonial architecture.

• Hanover Country Club
    Routes 537 & 528 Jacobstown 609-758-8301 Fax: 609-758-7706

Historic Barclay Farmstead
    209 Barclay Lane
Cherry Hill, NJ 08034
609-795-6225
Historic Barclay Farmstead offers visitors an opportunity to tour a furnished, early 19th century house and outbuildings. Nature trails, playground, and "Plant-A-Patch" program. Museum also has a selection of books, gifts and reproductions.

Historic Smithville Village Greene
    http://www.smithvillenj.com Route 9 & Moss Mill Road, Smithville 609-652-7777

• Howell Living History Farm
    609-737-3299
Titusville, NJ
130-acre work farm depicting circa 1900 lifestyles. Special events on Saturdays-February thru October.

• Indian King Tavern House Museum
    233 Kings Highway East Haddonfield, NJ 08033
609-429-6792
This famous 18th Century, Revolutionary War tavern house is where the colony officially became a state. The tavern houses many antiques and reproductions, and is being refurbished in celebration of its 250th anniversary in 2001. Call for hours.

• Indian Springs Golf Club
    South Elmwood Road Marlton 856-983-0222.

• Jay Pratt Azalea Gardens
    Country House Road Sharptown, NJ 08098
856-769-1145
Open during the month of May; free admission. Over 400 varieties of azaleas on privately developed estate.

Jersey Action Riders
    Mountain Bike Club

Junior Achievement of South Jersey
    Junior Achievement of South Jersey

• Kresson Golf Course
    Kresson-Gibbsboro Road Voorhees 856-435-3355 Fax: 856-435-2244.

• Kuser Farm Mansion and Park
    609-890-3630
390 Newkirk Road, Hamilton, NJ 08650
This 1890's Queen Anne summer home of the prominent Fred Kuser family has 22 furnished rooms.

• Lebanon State Forest
    609-726-1191
New Lisbon, NJ
Located in the Pine Barrens, the forest’s 32,000 acres feature miles of roads and hiking trails, cabins for rent, campsites and a picnic area.

Marine Mammal Stranding Center
    The Marine Mammal Stranding Center is a private, non-profit organization that responds to calls for stranded whales, dolphins, seals, and sea turtles that washed ashore on New Jersey beaches. There are animals to see and a museum to browse, as well as a gift shop that supports their work.
The Marine Mammal Stranding Center is located on Brigantine Boulevard, in Brigantine.
(609) 266-0538, or www.mmsc.org.

• McCarter Theatre
    609-683-8000
Princeton, NJ
Professional live theatre.

• New Jersey Coastal Heritage Trail
    National Park Service 389 Fortecsue Rd.
P.O. Box 568 New Port, NJ 08345
856-935-3218
Established in 1988 to provide public appreciation and education of the significant natural and cultural sites associated with the coast of New Jersey, this auto trail begins with the Delaware River and Bay at Fort Mott State Park.

New Jersey Korean War Memorial
    New Jersey Korean War Memorial (609) 530-7049 http://www.state.nj.us/military/korea/main.html Brighton Park, Park Place and Boardwalk, Atlantic City, NJ 08401

New Jersey State Aquarium
    Delaware River Waterfront Camden, NJ 08103
800-616-JAWS
Exhibits featuring bright tropical fish, fierce sharks, giant stingrays, adorable seals, and black-footed penguins! Dive presentations and other shows. Group rates and special packages available. Across from Penn's Landing in Philadelphia.

• New Jersey State Museum
    609-292-6464
205 West State Street
PO Box 530
Trenton, NJ 08625
Offers a galaxy of experiences for every member of the family, including natural history, archeology, and fine and decorative arts exhibits. Features a planetarium and performing arts auditorium.

North Pemberton Railroad Station Museum
    North Pemberton Railroad Station Museum. This restored railroad station now houses 2 historic Pennsylvania Railroad Cabooses. The museum also serves as aninformation center for both the Pinelands and the Pemberton areas. Open Wed, Fri, Sat, Sun, 10-4. 609-894-0546.

• Nothnagle Log House
    Gibbstown, NJ
609-423-0916
Year round tours are available of this house - the oldest Swedish/Finnish log cabin in the Western Hemisphere, built shortly after the arrival of the first Swedish/Finnish settlers in 1638. Call for appointment.

Noyes Museum of Art
    The Noyes Museum of Art (NMA) is the only fine arts museum in southern New Jersey. It contains examples of American folk art and crafts. The Museum’s permanent collections, educational programs, and changing exhibitions, serve as a local and national resource for schools, colleges, social and civic organizations and for individuals who are interested in expanding their understanding, appreciation, and knowledge of American culture through its fine and folk arts and crafts.

Lily Lake Road, Oceanville, New Jersey 08231-0489 phone: (609) 652-8848, fax: (609) 652-6166, email: info@noyesmuseum.org


Old Barracks Museum
    Trenton, NJ

Outdoor Club of South Jersey
    Outdoor Club of South Jersey

Palmyra Cove Nature Park
    Palmyra Cove Nature Park 1300 Route 73 North P.O. Box 6 Palmyra, NJ 08065 Phone: (856) 829-1900

• Parvin State Park
    Elmer, NJ
856-358-8616
A 1,125-acre park with 15 miles of nature trails, camping facilities, swimming, boating, fishing, and picnic facilities. Guided nature walks available with reservation

• Penn State Forest
    609-296-1114
Chatsworth, NJ
An undeveloped, 3,000-acre forest offering visitors trails for hiking or horseback riding and a lake.

• Pennsauken Country Club
    Haddonfield Road Pennsauken 856-662-4961 Fax: 856-665-5516.

• Pennsville Historical Society Museum
    Locuson Estate 86 Church Landing Road
Pennsville, NJ 08070
856-678-5994.

• Pilesgrove-Woodstown Historical Society Museums
    Samuel Dickeson House
42 N. Main Street Woodstown, NJ 08098
856-769-3745.

• Pinelands Golf Club
    887 South Mays Landing Rd. 609-561-8900 Fax: 609-561-8040.

Popcorn Park Zoo
    The Popcorn Park Zoo is located on Humane Way in Forked River. The Popcorn Park Zoo is truly one of a kind. It was established in 1977 for the sole purpose of providing a refuge for wildlife that are elderly, sick, abandoned, or injured, and which could no longer survive in the wild. More than 200 animals can be seen here. The Popcorn Park zoo is open every day from 1-5pm during the months November through May, and from 11am-5pm from June through October. Adult admission is $3; Children & Seniors pay $2. Snack stand and picnic areas are available. The zoo is handicapped accessible. For more information, call (609) 693-1900.

Powhatan Renape Nation's American Indian Heritage Museum
    The Rankokus Indian Reservation, includes the Amerian Indian Heritage Museum, Art Gallery, replica woodland village, and many special events.

730 Rancocas Rd., Westampton, NJ 609-261-4747


Powhatan Renape Nation, Rankokus Indian Reservation
    609-261-4747
PO Box 225 Rancocas, NJ 08073
Annual Juried American Indian Arts Festivals featuring 150 American Indian artists and entertainers from throughout the Americas; demonstrations; native foods.

• Ramblewood Country Club
    200 Country Club Parkway Mount Laurel 856-235-2118 Fax: 856-234-9180.

• Rancocas Golf Course
    Clubhouse Drive Willingboro 609-877-5344 Fax: 609-877-4875

• Rancocas Nature Center and Museum
    609-261-2495
Westampton, NJ
Self-guided nature trail, native wildlife and hands-on exhibits

• Rancocas State Park
    609-726-1191
Mount Holly, NJ
Features 1,200 acres of undeveloped natural beauty.

• Salem County Historical Society Museum & Library
    79-83 Market Street, Salem, NJ 08079
856-935-5004

• Salem Oak & Friends Burial Ground
    West Broadway, Salem, NJ 08079
The Salem Oak is between 500 and 700 years old. John Fenwick signed a peace treaty with the Lenape Indians in its shade.

• Scotland Run Park
    Clayton, NJ
609-468-0100
A 940-acre nature site which includes the 80-acre Wilson Lake, plus meadowlands, marshes, wooded areas, fruit orchards, and a nature center.

Seabrook Educational & Cultural Center
    The Seabrook Educational & Cultural Center (SECC) is located on the lower level of the Upper Deerfield Township Municipal Building, Hwy. 77, in Seabrook, NJ. This is a museum that explains the story of Charles Seabrook and how he made this township what it is today. They are open Monday through Thursday, from 9am until 2pm.

For more information, call (856) 451-8393.


South Jersey Astronomy Club
    South Jersey Astronomy Club

South Jersey Computer Club
    Computer Related Activities

South Jersey Cyclists
    South Jersey Cyclists

South Jersey Demons
    Woman's Ice Hockey Club

South Jersey Horse Page
    South Jersey Horse Page

South Jersey Metal Detecting Club
    South Jersey Metal Detecting Club

• South Jersey Performing Arts Center
    1 Harbor Boulevard Camden, NJ 08103
609-342-6633
Located on the Delaware River Waterfront, the Performing Arts Center presents and hosts local, regional and national artists in its Walter Rand Theater from October through May. Call for performance information.

• Springfield Golf Center
    Jacksonville-Mt. Holly Road Mount Holly 609-267-8440 Fax: 609-267-6234.

The Camden River Sharks
    Home of the Camden River Sharks

The South Jersey Barons & Banshees
    South Jersey's Men & Women's Pro Soccer teams.

The Trenton Thunder
    Home of the Trenton Thunder minor league baseball team.

The USS New Jersey
    The official web site of the Battleship New Jersey

• Timberlane Campground
    117 Timer Lane Clarksboro, NJ 08020
609-423-6677
Full hookups - 50 AMP services available. Cabin and trailer rental. Closest to Philadelphia (only 1/2 mile from Rt. 295).

Tweeter Center--At the Waterfront
    1 Harbor Boulevard, Camden, NJ
(856) 365-1300
Seating 25,000 in spring/summer and 7,000 in winter, this state-of-the-art amphitheater features concerts, plays, magic shows and more.

Valleybrook Golf Course
    200 Golf View Drive Blackwood 856-227-3171 Fax: 856-227-8036.

• Walt Whitman Cultural Arts Center
    Johnson Park
2nd & Cooper Streets Camden, NJ 08102
609-964-8300 The leading incubator of arts in South Jersey, housing a 187-seat theatre, a fine arts gallery, and classrooms. Within walking distance of the Waterfront.

• Walt Whitman House
    330 Mickle Boulevard Camden, NJ 08102
609-964-5383
Just two blocks from the Waterfront, this two-story frame townhouse is the only home Whitman ever owned. This historic house contains period furnishings, some owned by the great poet, as well as personal artifacts. Call ahead for hours.

• Washington Crossing State Park
    609-737-0623
Titusville, NJ
Historic pathways, restored tavern, landing site, visitors' center, summer theater and nature center.

• Wharton State Forest
    609-561-3262
This 108,499-acre forest includes nine wilderness camp sites, 40 miles of hiking trails, swimming, and four rivers for canoeing.

• Whitesbog Village
    609-893-4646
Browns Mills, NJ
Turn of the century agricultural settlement and once the largest cranberry farm in the state.

• William Trent House
    609-989-3027
Trenton, NJ
Displays the rich lifestyle of the 1719 merchant who gave the city its name.

• Willow Brook Country Club
    Bridgeboro Road Moorestown 856-461-0131 Fax: 856-461-3378.