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Washington Township New Jersey

Washington Township, Gloucester County is a great place to live, work, and play. Visit the township's Web site at for the lastest things happening around town.

The Commerce Bank Arts Centre(CBAC) brings the arts to South New Jersey. In addition to hosting a variety of different performances, the CBAC is the stage for many activities at Washington Township High School. From Jessica Simpson to The Fiddler On the Roof, this auditorium rocks in Washington Township. Visit the Web site at

Looking for a great place to play a round of golf in Washington Township, tee off at the 9-hole municipal golf course. Located off of Fries Mill Road, this golf course is sure to delight any golfer.

Nestled in the Birches section of the township, the municipal 9-hole golf course is a great course for any golfer, including the sprawling township's mayor, Paul D. Moriarty. "Whether you are just starting out or polishing your skills, this course is perfect," Moriarty says. There are no tee times and the golf course is open 7 days a week. For more information, call 856-227-1435.

Opened in the 1970's, the golf course is part of the Parks and Recreation Department. Recently, the township has made improvements to the golf course. A new fence was installed and landscaping in the entrance of the golf course to greet golfers and visitors. Along the course, the greens have been spruced up.

The golf course is open 7 days a week from 7am-dusk. A nice set tee times. Fees are: $8.00 weekdays, $13.00 weekends.

After hitting the links, rest a bit on the new benches or the inviting sitting area. The Old Stone House Village is steeped with the rich history of Washington Township. Whether you are coming into or leaving the township via Egg Harbor Road, this village stands out among the residential and commercial developments dotting the landscape. The anchor to this village is the Stone House circa 1700s. This home was built from stone quarried from an area in Washington Township. The Quay House, the Turnersville Post Office, a railroad station, and the Bunker Hill Presbyterian Church are brick-laid steps away from the Stone House. If you would like to visit the Old Stone House Village, give them a call at 856-589-6427.

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