Moorestown

Welcome to Moorestown

An all-encompassing suburban community that is family-oriented and conveniently located
 
Moorestown is a thriving suburban town that offers residents every possible convenience and amenity. It is situated in Burlington County and boasts a modest population of about 20,000 individuals. Just over the river from Philadelphia, commuters are particularly fond of living in Moorestown. In addition to being a wonderful and charming place to live, locals can quickly access surrounding cities within minutes.

Residential properties in Moorestown are a bit more costly (on average) when compared with surrounding towns. Its ideal location and upscale, spacious homes are two of the primary reasons for this cost difference. However, investing in a Moorestown home has proved a wise decision for locals. Those who reside in the area have the privilege of living minutes from top retailers, highly-rated restaurants, quality public schools, and main interstates.
 

What to Love

  • A peaceful, suburban community
  • Convenient location — near shopping and main interstates
  • Highly-rated public schools
  • Upscale look and feel
  • Close to scenic outdoor spaces

Local Lifestyle

Residents of Moorestown adore the area for numerous reasons. As an all-encompassing town, everything you need to live a fulfilling life is steps from home. On the eastern side of the area, locals can find any kind of business, store, or restaurant they want. Further north, stunning nature spots and the Rancocas Creek provide a sense of peace and ease. Mixed throughout town are excellent schools, recreation facilities, and much more.
 

Dining, Entertainment & Shopping

Overflowing with marvelous dining and shopping establishments, Moorestown makes it easy to plan a day or evening out without ever leaving the area. 

Step into the heart of Small Town America by venturing over to Main Street. Along this ultra-charming road, try the menu offerings at Oriental Pearl, Passariello's Pizzeria & Italian Kitchen, Carollo's Little Italy, Maurizio's Bistro, Healthy Garden Cafe, and The Cubby Hole. There are also several quaint shops located on Main Street, including Moorestown Nutrition, Ralph's Market, and Moorestown Flower Shoppe.

Nearby, there are other not-to-miss restaurants that all new locals definitely need to visit. Residents highly recommend Firebirds Wood Fired Grill, Stacks Restaurant On 38, Harvest Seasonal Grill & Wine Bar, and Iron Hill Brewery & Restaurant, When it is time to pick up weekly essentials, swing by Ulta Beauty, Lew's Farm Market, and ACME.
 

Things to Do

Make the most of your free time by knowing where to find all of Moorestown’s top attractions.

Kids (and kids at heart) have hours of weightless fun at Sky Zone Trampoline Park. Bounce along the tapestry of trampolines, play trampoline dodgeball, dive into the Foam Zone, and bravely take on the Ninja Warrior Course. Another acclaimed area attraction is the Perkins Center for the Arts. Attendees can browse engaging exhibits and take educational courses led by leading art experts.

Getting out in nature is effortless as a resident of Moorestown. Bordering the Rancocas Creek, explore the lush and serene Boundary Creek Natural Resource Area. Minutes away, Little Woods on the Rancocas provides a spectacular hiking area for avid nature enthusiasts. Other notable community parks include Pompeston Creek, Frank Fullerton Memorial Park, Memorial Fields, and Strawbridge Lake Park.
 

Schools

People who have school-aged children will find an abundance of quality schools located within Moorestown.

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