EXPLORE SOUTH JERSEY’S ROUTE 38

Start your day at the Cherry Hill Mall, filled with the most popular brands from around the globe and surrounded by the best casual and upscale restaurants in the areas. Not finished shopping yet? Head over to Downtown Moorestown – a small, charming town known for its shops and variety of dining options. If you’re looking for local art, craft breweries, and exciting festivals, Mount Holly is your next stop. Finish off the day unwinding on a hike in Wharton State Forest, a bike ride through Rancocas State Park, or a tour of the Historic Smithville Mansion.

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1. Cherry Hill Mall

2000 NJ-38, Cherry Hill, NJ 08002
cherryhillmall.com
(856) 662-7440

One of Delaware Valley’s premier shopping destinations, where you’ll find luxury and affordable fashion apparel, home furnishings, electronics, cosmetics, personal care and the best in fine and casual dining. Enjoy depart- ment store favorites and 130+ specialty retailers including Zara, Lululemon Athletica, Banana Republic, Urban Outfitters, Express and more.


2. Moorestown Mall

400 Route 38, Moorestown, NJ 08057
moorestown-mall.com
(856) 231-4444

A destination retail hub located in South Jersey featuring national and unique local retailers, as well as first-to-market restaurants and eateries. Shop top brands including H&M, HomeSense, Sierra, Champs, Francesca’s, and more. Enjoy a mix of fine-dining offerings like Yard House, Firebirds Wood Fired Grill, and Joe Italiano’s Maplewood. While you’re there, catch a movie at the spacious Regal Stadium 12 Theaters.


3. Downtown Moorestown

Main Street, Moorestown, NJ
moorestown.nj.us/191/
(856) 235-0912

Everything you need can be found on Main Street in Moorestown. Shop and dine your way down its charming main street while taking in the historic homes and architecture along the way. With their many annual parades, arts events, and cultural offerings, there’s truly something for everyone.


4. Rancocas State Park

Powhatan Indian Reservation Dr,Hainesport, NJ 08036
state.nj.us/dep/parksandforests/parks/ rancocas.html
(609) 726-1191

The park provides an idyllic setting to observe nature up close, and hosts a variety of wildlife and outdoor programs and offers a variety of terrain for hiking, cycling, and jogging.


5. Downtown Mount Holly

Main Street, Mount Holly, NJ 08060
mainstreetmountholly.org
(609) 845-1100

A go-to destination featuring craft breweries, delicious restaurants, and an eclectic art scene. Downtown Mount Holly hosts a variety of family and adult-friendly events year-round such as their farmer’s market, the Fire and Ice Festival, the Hollystock Music and Arts Festival, and the Witches Ball!


6. Historic Smithville Mansion

803 Smithville Rd, Eastampton Township, NJ 08060
smithvillemansion.org
(609) 265-5858

Built in 1840, the Smithville Mansion was the home of industrialist, inventor, congressman, and entrepreneur, H.B. Smith. Visit the restored Victorian mansion through a public tour or during special events.


7. Wharton State Forest

31 Batsto Rd, Hammonton, NJ 08037
state.nj.us/dep/parksandforests/parks/ wharton.html
(609) 561-0024

Home to Batsto Village, Wharton State Forest has plenty to offer the avid explorer, from rivers and streams for canoeing, trails like the Batona Trail for hiking, unpaved roads for mountain biking and horseback riding, and Atsion Lake for swimming. Observe rare, local wildlife including bald eagles, great blue herons, hummingbirds, river otters, and more. For guided tours and equipment rentals check out www.pinelandsadventures.org.


8. Batsto Village

31 Batsto Rd, Hammonton, NJ 08037
batstovillage.org
(609) 561-0024

A historic site in the South Central Pinelands known throughout the country for its beauty and historical significance. Batsto has roots dating back to 1766, with nearly two and half centuries of American history available for visitors to explore, with the lovely Pinelands as a scenic backdrop.