Delaware River Region

Delaware River Region

Nature preserves and the Pine Barrens are perfect for hiking, canoeing, or birding, world class wineries to tour and sample, scenic golf courses, experience American Revolution historical sites and art museums, enjoy minor league baseball and live stage performances all in the Delaware River Region.

The region offers many destinations to visit, such as, the New Jersey State Aquarium in Camden, featuring fascinating exhibits depicting sea life from around the state. Trenton, the nation's second-largest state capital in continuous use and the site of one of General George Washington's greatest Revolutionary victories. Visit the spot where Washington crossed the Delaware and tour the Old Barracks, used by soldiers in the French and Indian War. Stroll through the New Jersey State Museum and its impressive art galleries. Nearby is historic Princeton, with one of the nation's oldest universities, art and culture in abundance, and a wealth of ivy-covered Georgian mansions. Visit Nassau Hall, site of the First Continental Congress. The Delaware River Region has been home to some of history's greatest Americans. Visit the homes and workplaces of such luminaries as James Fenimore Cooper, Richard Stockton, Walt Whitman, and Albert Einstein.

Journey to the historic town of Batsto, a preserved 19th-century bog-iron town where craftsmen still ply their trades today. Tour a working cranberry bog and celebrate the annual Cranberry Festival each October in Chatsworth.

If you enjoy the arts, they flourish in the Delaware River Region. From open-air theaters to first-class dramatic production to music, dance and opera festivals, there is always an exciting cultural event happening here. If it's fast-paced excitement you're after, enjoy the hard-riding thrills of real cowboys at Cowtown Rodeo, the largest weekly rodeo on the East Coast.

As you drive through the Delaware River Region you will pass through many historic towns - like Burlington, Haddonfield, Medford, Salem, and more - where you will find quaint shops and unique restaurants.

Conveniently close to Philadelphia and all it offers, Eagles football, Phillies baseball, historical sites - Independence Hall and the Liberty Bell, and major concert venues. Atlantic City is a short drive down the AC Expressway. Catch the fun and excitement of casinos and beaches.

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Oldman's Creek Campground

Delaware Region

856-478-4502
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Camping right in the middle of Philadelphia and the shore points
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Indian Rock RV Park & Campground has almost 30 acres of property liberally shaded with pine and oak trees. Each campsite has water and electric, and many sites have sewer. The sites are spacious at about 35'x50'. Activities on Saturday afternoons. During holiday periods some daily activities. Located near Six Flags NJ and the fabulous Jersey Shore, there's so much to see and do! Daily, Weekly, monthly, and seasonal rates are available.
Camp Taylor Campground, Located in the beautiful mountains of Northwest New Jersey. Close to the Delaware Water Gap National Recreation Area and Appalachian Trail. 150 sites on 400 acres of pristine forest. The genuine outdoor experience.
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