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Welcome to historic Greenwich Township, a township of Gloucester County, New Jersey. First formed in 1695 along the banks of the Delaware River, Greenwich Township is a great place for your next vacation. Greenwich Township’s location gives you easy access to hot spots like Philadelphia, Pennsylvania and Wilmington, Delaware yet allows visitors and residents to keep their relative distance from the busyness and commotion of a large metropolitan city. Though not necessarily an outdoor destination, Greenwich Township has done a good job preserving nature through its several parks and green spaces. It’s also a great stop for history buffs seeking to learn more about the history of the nation. No matter your walk of life, there’s something for you here.

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The Great Outdoors

Spend some time in Nehaunsey Park when you book an RV rental near Greenwich Township. The park features a relatively short and easy nature trail which meanders through forests and swamplands. Though near several neighborhoods, it’s easy to forget that you’re in the heart of New Jersey when you take a stroll through the park. Surrounded by creeks, swamp, and beautiful forests, Nehaunsey Park is definitely a must-visit when you rent a motorhome in Greenwich Township.

Lake Greenwich Park offers a variety of water-related activities. In the mood for fishing? Greenwich Lake is stocked with trout twice each season. Feel like paddling? The boat launch to the 40-acre lake is open daily. Is hiking more your thing? There are approximately two miles of trails on either side of the lake. There are also several picnic areas with grills, so if you want to spend some time outdoors and on the water when you book a travel trailer rental in Greenwich Township, consider checking out Lake Greenwich Park.

Riverfront Park is also another fun place to visit. It’s not much of an actual park, just a small collection of picnic tables, but the riverside nature trail is pretty amazing. Though there are only two miles of trails, they run parallel to the river, and it’s very nice regardless of when you decide to visit. While walking along the trail, you can catch some spectacular views of the Commodore Barry Bridge. There are also remains of old houses scattered alongside the trail.

RV Parks

When you reserve an RV rental in Greenwich Township, there are a handful of RV parks in the area that you can call home for the night.

Philadelphia South/Clarksboro KOA is in Clarksboro, New Jersey. Less than a 10-minute drive outside of Greenwich Township, this wooded RV park has various RV sites that are either pull-through or back-in. There are also options for both full and partial hookups. Every site at Clarksboro KOA has a picnic table, a fire pit, and 30/50 amp electrical service. Campground guests have access to a seasonal swimming pool, playground, restrooms with hot showers, and a private fishing lake. And you can also bring your pets and use the on-site dog park, so be sure to consider Clarksboro KOA if you’re traveling with animals when you book a motorhome rental in Greenwich Township.

Exploring the City

Test your luck (or your skill) with a visit to Harrah’s Philadelphia. A short drive outside of Greenwich Township in Philadelphia, this casino has a variety of slot machines, traditional table games, and poker. But even if gambling is not your thing, you can have a good time at Harrah’s. The casino’s event venue regularly hosts concerts and shows, or you might be able to catch a horse show at Harrah’s Philadelphia Racetrack. If you work up an appetite, grab something to eat at one of the many on-site eateries.

Indulge in a bit of history at C.A. Nothnagle Log House. Built between 1638 and 1643, the C.A. Nothnagle Log House is one of the oldest surviving log structures in the entire United States. The tiny log cabin was once used for making dairy products and cutting meat. Today, tours are best requested by appointment. Inside the log cabin, you can see various artifacts on display as well as original furnishings.

The Tinicum Rear Range Lighthouse in Paulsboro is another must-visit when you rent an RV in Gloucester County. Guiding commerce through the Delaware River for over 125 years, the Tinicum Lighthouse doesn’t look like your typical beacon. Unlike the traditional stone or wood solid structures, the Tinicum Lighthouse is a steel structure that stands 85 feet tall with steps leading from the base to the lantern room. The lighthouse is still in operation today, and tours of the lighthouse are conducted every third Sunday of each month. However, special accommodations can be made if requested in advance.

Greenwich Township is a quaint and historic town full of charm. Travel back in time when you book an RV in Gloucester County.

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