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Cherry Hill is a suburb of Philadelphia with a population of almost 71,000.  There are two high schools and three middle schools in town, as well as many swim clubs and 51 public parks, most of which have playground equipment, basketball courts, tennis courts, walking paths, and athletic fields for the entire family to enjoy.   
In the middle of town, sits family owned and operated Springdale Farms, Cherry Hill's last working farm.  It's a great place to visit if you want to pick up local fresh fruits and vegetables, or fresh baked goods including yummy apple cidar donuts and seasonal pies.  They also offer a beautiful variety of plantings and gift items throughout the seasons. 
Cherry Hill is home to the Cherry Hill Mall, the first indoor, climate-controlled shopping center east of the Mississippi River in the United States.  The Cherry Hill Public Library, also located in the center of town, offers a a variety of options to its patrons including 3D printing to museum passes, computer and technology classes to book clubs, and the latest bestselling books and eBooks to a quiet place to read.
Listed on the National & New Jersey Registers of Historic Places, the Barclay Farmstead is owned and operated by Cherry Hill Township, and offers of rich history of Cherry Hill's past.  It is also considered one of the best locations in South Jersey for a photo shoot. 


The median household income is $99,996.