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Camden Waterfront & Cherry Hill, NJ visitsouthjersey.com


Camden County Boathouse at Cooper River, a one-of-a-kind venue where where rustic elements and refined luxury come together for special events and meetings; photo courtesy: Visit South Jersey


South Jersey is a treasure as both a tourist destination and a business center because of the broad range of environs, wealth of gathering spots and its convenient location within the Mid-Atlantic region offering access to transit and between two major airports.


South Jersey offers historic downtowns, the storied Pine Barrens, plus the Jersey Shore - and an ever expanding, nationally lauded wine, craft beverage and fine dining industry. Because of this, South Jersey welcomes many travelers throughout the year, particularly business travelers in search of an experience outside of the big city.


In addition, there are a multitude of social volunteerism oppor- tunities in the city of Camden, such as Cathedral Kitchen, the Ronald McDonald House, and The Camden Salvation Army Kroc Center. Each provides well organized and customized team building opportunities for groups both large and small.


In addition, the Camden Waterfront is home to numerous attractions and venues, many of which offer space for group functions, including: BB&T Pavilion; Wiggins Waterfront Park; Adventure Aquarium; Battleship New Jersey; Camden Children’s Garden; Walt Whitman House; South Camden Theatre Company; The Circuit Trails; and the Camden Shipyard and Maritime Museum.


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