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Voorhees Township is a community in Camden County, New Jersey, that was incorporated on March 1, 1899, from portions of Waterford Township; it was named after New Jersey Governor Foster McGowan Voorhees who authorized the creation of the township. The township has two sports teams, the AFL (Arena Football League) Philadelphia Soul and the NHL Philadelphia Flyers who train at the Skate Zone in Voorhees. The Philadelphia Soul practice at the Coliseum in Voorhees. The township is also home to a long list of celebrities, many of whom are male and female professional athletes, musicians, and actors; it was also home to Prince Chunk (1998-2010), a cat who, at one point, weighed as much as 44 pounds.
Book an RV in Camden County, and you will be one step closer to experiencing the culture and scenery of this area in person. There are a few other towns and communities that you should visit while you're here. Bordentown Township can be accessed and explored by bus or by light rail, both of which are provided by the New Jersey Transit Corporation. Princeton is the home of Princeton University, which originated in Newark but moved to Princeton in 1756. Freehold Township was the site of the Battle of Monmouth in 1778; the specific site has been preserved as Monmouth Battlefield State Park. Lakehurst is the home of Grammy Award-winning country and pop musician Juice Newton. Hammonton is nicknamed “the Blueberry Capital of the World.” Your Voorhees Township travel trailer rental is how you will see this scenic and historical area.
Brendan T. Byrne State Forest is home to Whitesbog Village, an important agricultural community in the 19th and 20th centuries that produced cranberries and blueberries, and has an annual Blueberry Festival in June. The forest itself is an outdoor public recreation park that provides access to hiking and mountain biking in the summer and cross-country skiing and snowshoeing in the winter. The trails through the park vary in difficulty, and some are wheelchair accessible; enthusiasts can expect to see a variety of wildlife in amongst the pine and white cedar trees, and picnic tables and grills are available. Hunting is allowed in select areas.
Tuckahoe-Corbin City Fish and Wildlife Management Area is a multi-use outdoor area that provides access to hunting and fishing as well as other outdoor recreation activities. The park consists of pine and oak tree stands, a hardwood swamp, and a small freshwater lake. A sand and gravel road extends through the park which visitors can hike or mountain bike (road conditions might make it suitable for off-road vehicles). The diverse habitats make it an excellent venue for bird watching, and hunting is allowed in certain seasons with the appropriate licenses. Park your Voorhees Township camper rental nearby, and include it in the foreground of your photos to show everyone back home.
Penn State Forest is an undeveloped natural resource suitable for hiking and picnicking and contains a lake within its borders, Lake Oswego, where visitors can go fishing or canoeing. The lake is the result of an upstream dam built to create a reservoir. Portions of the forest contain trees that, at maturity, are no more than four feet tall, allowing nature lovers to look out over the tree canopy while standing firmly on the ground; this area is officially named the Pine Barren Plains but is locally known as the Pygmy Forest.
There are numerous RV parks and campgrounds in the area surrounding Voorhees Township, and some of these may have mobile homes. Your Voorhees Township RV trailer rental is your guarantee of a comfortable and relaxing vacation.
Hospitality Creek Campground is a cultivated RV park with a swimming pool and secondary activity pool for younger children, plus a nearby lake with beach access. Anglers can fish from the shoreline or rent a boat to fish out on the water. A dock on the lake can be used to launch the boats; swimmers may also dive from the dock. The park has restrooms and a laundromat, a recreation hall, and an on-site store selling necessities such as propane, firewood, and other items. Individual sites have electrical hookups; some have pull-through access; sites can be rented by the day, week, or month, and some campers may be seasonal.
There is a lot to see and do in Voorhees Township, and the history of the area suggests that local museums would be a good place to start. There is a museum dedicated to 19th and 20th-century French paintings that offers classes; another museum focuses on the American Revolution and a third on the history of the American Jewish people, plus many more. There is a street that has been declared a National Historic Landmark and a performing arts center that hosts a variety of entertainment including standup comedy and off-Broadway plays. The headstone of Walt Whitman, one of America's greatest poets, can be found here.
Visitors to the area can also enjoy the water parks, shopping malls, and a local aquarium. Don't forget about your Voorhees Township motorhome rental while you're here; more than just accommodation, RV vacations are a unique opportunity to ride high above the surrounding traffic as you see the land around you.
When it's time for dinner, Voorhees Township has a wide variety of options to choose from. One brewery restaurant has a dining room and bar area and a relaxed but refined atmosphere. The venue offers craft beers brewed on-site and has an extensive menu. Guests dining here should try the Jaeger Schnitzel; portions are large, so don't be shy about taking your leftovers back to your Voorhees Township luxury RV rental for a midnight snack. Food this good should never be left behind.