- Our list of the best things to do in Cherry Hill, New Jersey, features the top 238 nearby activities — including 91 great attractions with user approval ratings of 90% or more!
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Located along Farrington Lake, Bicentennial Park can be used fishing and boating at the lake with picnic areas, a playground and hiking trails available. It can also be used for sports including basketball, soccer, tennis, baseball, volleyball and football.
Featuring ten pin bowling, Ocean Lanes features open bowling times as well as specific hours for league bowling. Glow in the dark bowling events are held every Friday, and there is an on-site pro shop for serious bowlers.
Featuring indoor, artificial turf fields, The Fields Sports Complex hosts leagues and clinics for soccer, lacrosse, and field hockey. The complex also has several courts suited for tennis, badminton, and basketball.
Featuring a unique monster theme, Monster Mini Golf offers 18 varied holes of miniature golf, all in the dark with glowing figures and black lights. They feature frequent contests and specials, and host birthday parties and corporate events.
Located on roughly 150 acres of land, the Lakewood Pine Park features numerous campgrounds, ballfields, a basketball court, tennis courts, children's playground equipment, and a handball court. The park is also home to large community events.
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201 Main Street, Odessa, DE 19730 MoreLess Info
Odessa's The Historic Houses are a series of properties from the earliest days of Delaware's statehood, and some predate the Revolutionary War. Most of the Historic Houses are considered state landmarks and are available for tours.
Elkton Indoor Tennis is an indoor tennis facility that features 5 lighted tennis courts, a fully stocked pro shop, and a cold snack bar. The facility offers a membership program and also holds clinics for adults and children.