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Springdale Farms is Cherry Hill, New Jersey's only working farm. We provide our neighbors with outstanding produce, herbs, flowers, fresh baked goods and much more! Please be sure to come by for some of our Fall fun such as our pumpkin patch, corn mazes, and more!! Hope to see you soon!!

Website : www.springdalefarms.com/

1638 Springdale Road
Cherry Hill, New Jersey, 08003

Contact Phone : (856)424-8674
Email : springdaleinfo@juno.com
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Celebrate Halloween and pumpkin time with Springdale Farms! Learn the history and lore of All Hallows Eve in this years maze adventure. Throughout the pathways of our maze, you will find pictures, clues, and games to make this learning process FUN! Why? Because that’s what we are all about! Maize Quest is great for families, scouts, youth groups, corporate events, birthday parties, and all who are ready for a challenge. Groups enjoy victory together! Maze Hours Saturday and Sunday - 10am to 4pm (last ticket sold 1/2 hour before closing) Flashlight Fridays Explore the maze in a whole new way . . . in the dark! Please bring your own flashlight. Flashlight Fridays are only on the following scheduled dates: September 13th, 20th, 27th, and October 4th and 11th. Flashlight Fridays run from 6pm-10pm (last ticket sold 1/2 hour before closing). Parties and Hayrides at Springdale Farms Your special occasion just got some help from Mother Nature. Here at Springdale Farms we offer a variety of ways to celebrate any special day by personalizing it and making it a unique experience. We offer outdoor patio areas and tented areas available for a variety of functions. We provide a refreshingly different party that’s big on both fun and learning! Hayrides around the farm, tractor rides to our campsites and lakes, great refreshments and so much more is just another type of party experience you can have here at the farm. Stacks Image 405 We also have a beautiful glass conservatory available for evening parties that adds a touch of elegance to any occasion. From children's birthday parties to an anniversary around the campfire, you can find it here. For more information, please download our fliers which provide details on the packages available. These files are in Microsoft Word compatible formats. Additionally, the farm is a great place to hold many types of events, from PTA fundraisers, to back to school nights, to team building exercises for your company or staff. Check out our flier on "Fall Fun at the Farm" for more details. Educational Events At The Farm Can you have fun and learn at the same time? You bet – when your classroom is as big as the farm! Come join us during the year for a variety of wonderfully fun and educational events. Here are the farm we offer events such as: Educational hayrides Scouting badges Seasonal lectures and demos with hands on learning Kids harvest series

  SEASONAL EVENTS AND PROMOTIONS

Pick Your Own Strawberries! The pick-your-own fields are set to open on Saturday, June 7th. This year the fields are located on the opposite site of the farm. Look for the red and white hut in the field. You should also park on this side of the street as well, in the grass field around the hut. The pick-your-own fields will be open 7 days a week from 8am to 6pm, weather depending. Strawberry season is very short, and with the uncharacteristic temperatures this year the picking season is only expected to last about two weeks. After any rains you should come prepared with proper footwear as the fields may be muddy. If weather is, or has been questionable, please call us at 856-424-8674 to confirm the fields are open on that day. Please check in with the attendant at the hut before you begin picking. They will be able to best direct you to areas that have the best picks that day, and which areas to be careful of as they may be a little muddy based on previous days' weather. You may bring your own container in which to collect your berries. However we ask you not to bring plastic bags, as your berries may get damaged on your ride home in them. For a nominal fee you may also purchase a cardboard container from us.

  PRICES, HOURS AND DIRECTIONS

Prices Adults (Age 13+) $10.00 Plus tax Youths (Age 4-12) $8.50 Plus tax Please Note! Guests 16 years and younger must be accompanied by an adult. One adult for every five children/teens. The maze can also be specially booked for parties, as well as corporate events. It makes a great team-building exercise. Groups of 20 or more that would like information on booking please email springdaleinfo@juno.com or call 856-414-1972. Driving Directions to Springdale Farms Route 70 East Pass Rt. 295; Stay in right lane and follow sign for South Springdale Rd. Make a right at the traffic light (Camden County College). The farm will be one mile on the right. Route 70 West Follow signs for S. Springdale Rd.; make right onto South Springdale Rd. jug handle. Follow South Springdale for one mile, farm will be on the right. From I-295 Take exit 34A onto Rt. 70 East. Follow to the third traffic light (South Springdale). Make right turn at light and farm is one mile on the right. View Larger Map Route 73 North Pass the NJ Turnpike and get in the left lane; at the traffic light make a left on Fellowship Rd.; at the next traffic light make a left on Church Rd.; at the next traffic light make a right onto Springdale Rd. Follow Springdale and cross over Rt. 70. Farm is one mile on the right. Route 73 South Pass the Rt. 295 entrances and get in the right lane; at the traffic light make a right on Fellowship Rd. (This will be the 2nd Fellowship Rd. if you're coming from the Tacony Palmyra Bridge. Bob Evans will be on the right); at the next traffic light make a left onto Church Rd.; at the following light make a right onto Springdale Rd. Follow Springdale and cross over Rt. 70. Farm is one mile on the right. From New Jersey Turnpike Take exit 4 to Rt. 73 North. Once on Rt. 73 immediately get over to the left lane; at the traffic light make a left onto Fellowship Rd; at the next light make a left onto Church Rd; make a right at the next light onto Springdale Rd. Follow Springdale Rd. and cross over Rt. 70. Farm is one mile on the right. From Ben Franklin Bridge Follow Route 30 until it splits; then follow the signs to Route 70 East. See directions from Route 70 East. From Walt Whitman Bridge Follow signs to 295 North. See directions from I-295. From Tacony Palmyra or Betsy Ross Bridge Take Route 73 South; take directions from Route 73 South.



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