Egg Harbor Township is in the heart of Atlantic County, just a short drive from Atlantic City. The Mullica Woods community is also a short 50-minute drive from Philadelphia and an hour and a half to New York City. Needless to say, there is no shortage of attractions and entertainment in this region.
Here are a few highlights in the area that you can look forward to experiencing:
* Love shopping? Don’t miss the Shore Mall, which opened in 1968. Atlantic County also boasts a plenty of antique shops.
* For a treat on the town, grab a burger at the Shore Diner or try the seafood at A Touch of Italy. Don’t miss the delicious Italian food at Dolce Vita. There are plenty of dining options around here to satisfy every kind of desire.
* The Renault Winery is one of the oldest operating vineyards in the country. Indulge yourself in a wine tour and tasting.
* History buffs have plenty to entertain them here, such as the glassworks displays. There were 96 wineries located in Egg Harbor at the turn of the century. Also, take a trip to historic Smithville and the Village Green, where you can shop, stroll, eat and enjoy the views.
* If you’re a golfer, you will love the multiple courses you can find in the area, such as Hidden Creek Golf Club, an 18-hole regulation-length golf course with three sets of tee-boxes.
* 22miles southeast of Mullica Township, you can sign up for boat tours and fishing with Defiant Charters Day Tours. Take an evening cruise and try some night fishing, if you’re looking for something new and fun.
* Only 25 miles away, you will find the Ocean City Boardwalk.
* Of course, Atlantic City with its four-mile, casino-lined boardwalk is the center of excitement. While in Atlantic City, check out the Ripley’s Believe It or Not Museum. Take a trolley to Atlantic City, visit the aquarium, and check out the Atlantic City Historical Museum and Art Center on Garden Pier. Visit the cultural attractions, such as Lucy the Elephant, the Absecon Lighthouse, and the Noyes Museum of Art.
* Atlantic County is home to the Wharton State Forest, the largest single stretch of land (115,000 acres) in the state’s park system.