Turnersville is an unincorporated community and census-designated place (CDP) located within Washington Township, in Gloucester County, New Jersey, United States. As of the 2010 United States Census, the CDP's population was 3,742.
Restaurants in Turnersville
4 based on 79 reviews
Whenever my husband and I are in the mood for delicious Chicken Parmegiana we choose Adelphia. The gravy is delicious and the chicken cooked perfectly. We love their waiter that sings (Sam?) Not only a delicious meal but entertainment at your table! We then head over to the bar and if we are lucky, Tina, Regina, Julie or Eileen are waiting for us. Without even telling them what we would like, our drinks are on the bar. You would think we were family.
If you love Pizza, try their special on Friday nights. BOGO free. Brick oven pizza, it is the best!
4.5 based on 123 reviews
No bad seat!! Its been refurbished wonderfully....its great for movie...play...musical....they are all wonderful!!! Lots of good places to eat and drink before and after... There is a balcony, use it if you can, the seats are sooo cool! We frequent this for many different type of shows... We recently saw Vicky Lawrence, but have seen musicals, plays, high school band concerts, and movies!!
5 based on 14 reviews
Our family has made a traditional circuit hike around Merrill Creek for many years in the winter time. The quiet serenity and natural beauty of this place captivates the soul, and we so appreciate the lack of annoying signs/warnings/etc. that spoil other natural preserves. Staff are great, too.
4 based on 38 reviews
Excellent pub grub and a wide variety of craft beers on tap. The loaded pub chips & the buffalo shrimp were fantastic starters.
The Kobe Inferno burger was outstanding !!
As was the Garden (veggie) burger. The beer flights are world class. The service was excellent and they were really accommodating to our two small children. Love this place ! We will definitely be back.
4 based on 40 reviews
My wife and I recently visited Scotland Run for a retirement party for a friend. This establishment has several very nice rooms to accommodate parties and celebrations. Each of the rooms has excellent views of the golf course and it's first tee. The service was very good and the food was excellent. We enjoyed the event and would recommend this fine establishment.
4.5 based on 53 reviews
The park has something for everyone, young and old. There are playgrounds, walking trails, tennis courts, volleyball courts. In the summer they have outdoor concerts and a wine festival.
5 based on 4 reviews
Home to over 100 antique dealers and local artisans. Stroll the aisles at your leasure.
This place just keeps getting better and better. Have been here a few times now and have never left empty-handed. Last time we bought a beautiful drop leaf table for $75.
Many vendors, and it's a store, not a museum where things are priced so high that they never move.
Antiques, collectibles and other cool stuff.
4 based on 67 reviews
This outlet mall is a welcome addition to the Gloucester Township/Washington Township area. It's nice and new, with plenty of shops to meet most everyone's shopping preferences. Stores range from Michael Kors to Skechers to Under Armour to Columbia and so on.
I found the prices to be reasonable for back to school shopping, and the selection was good. It's an outdoor mall, so best enjoyed during pleasant weather. A Friendly's restaurant has been added -- food is good, but it was crowded with back to school shoppers when I was there.
I wish they would add another casual sit-down restaurant. That would attract my husband and me to spend more time there.
4.5 based on 9 reviews
Great place to stop on the way to the Gloucester Outlets- dog park, playground, paved 1/2 mile trail and a few hiking trails. Perfect for 45mins-1hr but could stay longer and picnic- many benches available. Saw robins and heard toads. Very pleasant and well kept. Missing signage on the trails but otherwise awesome find!
3 based on 143 reviews
Clementon Park and Splash World is among the oldest operating parks in the country and has been in operation since 1907. Founded by NJ Assemblyman Theodore Gibbs as a simple swimming destination on Clementon Lake, the property steadily grew by offering rides, attractions and a water park. Recent additions include Laguna Kahuna, a five-story, one-acre Polynesian water play land; Ring of Fire, a thrilling 60-foot looping coaster; Thunder Drop featuring a 100-foot free fall ride; and the 23,000-square foot Big Wave Bay wave pool.
For my review, I'll create a thrill rating from 1-10 (1-extremely boring, 10-a non-stop thrill ride), and assign ratings based on the age of our group (my four-person family).
Me (45 year old male)-3
The only ride that was slightly enjoyable me was the Hellcat, the park's wooden roller coaster that was built around 2004. The main thing that was scary about it was that I felt like the coaster was going to fall apart mid-ride.
My wife (44 year old female)-4
She likes the swing ride. She originally wanted to go on the roller coaster, but changed her mind.
Two sons(4 year old boy and 2 year old boy)-9
These guys loved it. There are a bunch of rides that are age appropriate, though my 2nd son was a little too short to ride some that my older son could. The children's section is usually so empty that there's no wait for the 5 canopy covered rides. They could have ridden the rides there a dozen times in the span of an hour.
This park is appropriate for younger kids. The waterpark area, which we didn't use because of the cool weather is pretty up-to-date, so I would recommend that part of the park. We found a Groupon deal, so I would check there before going.
They do have vending partnerships with a couple regional chains including Philly Pretzel Factory and Chickie's & Pete's. You are permitted re-entry into the park, so you can have a picnic out by your car in the adjacent parking lot. Parking is $10 in their lot.
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