This spring make sure you get out there and have fun with one of these 3 Great Ways to Spend a Spring Day in Cumberland County.
3 Great Ways to Spend a Spring Day in Cumberland County New Jersey
Visit the Cohanzick Zoo
Get your picture taken with Gordy, the larger than life Gorilla statue at New Jersey’s oldest zoo. Admission to the zoo is Free, but donations are greatly encouraged. Read our review for more information.
Plan to visit on Saturday, May 3rd for the Zoo’s Annual KidsFest Event from 11am-2pm.
They also feed the white tiger every day at 2:00pm.
Shop and Stroll at Wheaton Village
There is no charge to shop or stroll the grounds at Wheaton Village. Enjoy lunch at Sweets Suite Bake Shoppe Café or a picnic on the grounds. While you’re there, visit the Museum of American Glass and even watch a glass blowing demonstration. They are open Tuesday through Sunday, 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Admission is $10.00 for Adults $9.00 for Senior Adults and $7.00 for Students. Children five and under are free.
Plan a visit on May 3rd for their 7th Annual Eco Fair, a free community open house event. Enjoy eco crafts for children, special demonstrations, nursery stock, herbs, flowers, entertainment, food and refreshments. Admission is free.
Explore the Delaware Bay or Go Fishing!
Do you have a favorite spot to fish in Cumberland County? I know there are many, but since we’re just getting started I can’t make a recommendation from personal experience. Visit Takemefishing.org to find your own spot.
Another area I plan to explore this spring is the Bayshore Center at Bivalve and Delaware Bay Museum to learn about the history of the area. Bivalve, Commercial Township, serves as the home port for Schooner A.J. Meerwald, New Jersey’s official Tall Ship, a restored oyster dredging schooner. They also host Second Fridays, with a different theme each month and festivals throughout the summer. To learn more about the Bayshore Center visit their website.
We hope you’ve enjoyed these great ways to spend a spring day in Cumberland County.
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