Introduction to Pine Hill, New Jersey
Pine Hill, New Jersey, in Camden county, is 8 miles SE of Gloucester, New Jersey and 14 miles SE of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. The town is considered part of the Philadelphia metropolitan area. Pine Hill has a population of 10,880.
Pine Hill History
Pine Hill was one among the seven municipalities that were created from Clement Township. It was incorporated as a borough in April of 1929. It was named Pine Hill because it is located on a hilly terrain which is dotted with pine trees.
Pine Hill and nearby Attractions
- Independence National Historical Park
- Rancocas State Park
- Heritage Glass Museum
- Indian King Tavern Museum
- Philadelphia Zoo
- New Jersey State Aquarium
Things To Do In Pine Hill
The borough has a large playground which is used for playing football and soccer. It also serves as playing area for kids. The area also has a golf course.
Pine Hill Transportation
Philadelphia International is the nearest major airport.
Pine Hill Higher Education
Higher education can be obtained from Camden County College, Rowan University and Rutgers University.