Apr 25, 2019 | By: Bridget Horgan Bell Photography
federal style farmhouse with refurbished outbuildings
Restored herb garden
nature trails with access to Cooper River
large community garden
PROS: great location for every season -
in the summer the community garden provides a colorful backdrop for photos (especially when the sunflowers start to bloom!)
with springtime comes the budding of the pink white magnolia trees
in fall the treetops glow bright yellow and orange
in the winter the white snow contrasts the brick-red farmhouse beautifully
water settles here - if it’s rained at all within the past week or so be sure to wear water-resistant shoes!
No public restrooms! Make sure you take care of business before headed to this site, or you’ll have to choose between a bright blue port-a-potty and a colonial-era wooden outhouse
FUN FACT: this location is a verified historical landmark and serves as a living history museum complete with tour guides in 17th century period costumes - tours are free for Cherry Hill residents!
central fishing pond surrounded by paved walking paths
pavilions with picnic tables and seating
two children’s playgrounds with handicap-accessible equipment
sports facilities, including multiple baseball and soccer fields and a volleyball court
enclosed and non-enclosed dog park
Access to restrooms! Wooh!
Great for little ones, with seating areas and equipment for when they could use a break from the paparazzi
Fairly heavy foot-traffic
Pavilions and picnic areas
Nature and biking trails with access to Cooper River
Sports facilities including softball fields, a cross country track, volleyball courts, the Camden County Golf Academy, and a miniature golf course
The Camden County Boathouse
The Cooper River Yacht Club
Jack Curtis Stadium
Memorial Groves and Biofilter Wetland
Capture boat launches on the Cooper River with the Philadelphia skyline on the horizon!
Relatively crowded compared to the other locations in this post