Introduction to Egg Harbor, New Jersey
Egg Harbor, New Jersey, in Atlantic county, is 21 miles E of Vineland, New Jersey and 41 miles SE of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. The town is located in the Atlantic - Cape May metropolitan area. Egg Harbor has a population of 30,726.
Egg Harbor History
Originally, the Egg Harbor was a part of Gloucester County and was known as New Weymouth. During 1710, the Great Egg Harbor included all of present day Atlantic County. It was incorporated as Egg-Harbour Township on February 21, 1798. In 1837, this area was separated from Gloucester County.
Egg Harbor and nearby Attractions
- Storybook Land
- Egg Harbor Township Childrens Museum
- Discovery Sea Shell Museum
- Ocean Life Center
- Cape May County Park
- Leaming's Run Gardens
Things To Do In Egg Harbor
The township of Egg Harbor offers an amusement park and other recreational facilities to all its residents and visitors. It also includes a number of restaurants and a shopping mall. You can also enjoy a perfect day out with your kids at the Egg Harbor Township Children's Museum.
Egg Harbor Transportation
The nearest international airport is Atlantic City International.
Egg Harbor Higher Education
Atlantic Cape Community College is nearby.