Kids to Parks Day Scavenger Hunt
Travel from park to park trying to answer as many questions as possible. This fun adventure will bring you all around town as you explore a few of the many parks Cherry Hill has to offer!
Park Stop #1: DeCou Park
This park has something for everyone to do. Let’s see if you can tell us a few things about DeCou.
How many pickleball courts are there?
What colors are the basketball courts?
Black and Gold
Red and Green
Red and Purple
Brown and Orange
Park Stop #2: Old Orchard Park
Bordered by Sharp and right off Thornhill, Old Orchard Park will be your latest embarkment!
Follow the trail and see where it leads!
Where would you be able to pick up a book at?
Park Stop #3: Jeremy Kane Park
We love this park and we hope you do too, Ride over to Jeremy Kane and give us a review.
What 2 Cherry Hill departments are portrayed at this park?
What School can you see in the distance?
According to the sign, what branch of service did Jeremy Kane serve in?
Park Stop #4: Chapel Avenue
With so many features that this park offers, Chapel Avenue has it all, even an area for walkers.
How many swings can you find on the property?
What soccer organization calls this field their home?
What color is the “CH” on the turf field?
Park Stop #5: Still Park
A hidden gem, located in Cherry Hill, not far from Merchantville you will find Still.
What is in the front of the newly redone pavilion?
What is the distance of the walking path located in the park?
What big bug can you spot in the playground at all times?
Park Stop #6: Woodcrest Bowling Green
Sometimes called Circle Park but we know it as Woodcrest Bowling Green. Soak up the sun here just be sure to wear sunscreen.
What family is mentioned at the black trail marker?
What animals can you hear at the “Call of the Wild” station?
What instrument can you learn to play by the slide?
Park Stop #7: Willowdale
With over a half mile to walk here, Willowdale is a treat. Play at the playground, we think its pretty neat.
At the entrance to the park, who is the bench dedicated to?
What feature does this park have to help connect you to the other side of the walking path?
What wildlife did you spot near the lake?
Park Stop #8: Erlton Park
There was once a school here which we think is pretty cool, Erlton has it all, don’t forget your ball!
What different sports courts/fields are here?
What year will the time capsule be unearthed?
Park Stop #9: Barclay Farmstead
Barclay was built in 1816 and feature 32 acres of fun. Take a walk on the trail to get out of the sun.
What type of fruit can you find growing near the driveway close to the house?
According to the sign, what year did the township rename the herb garden?
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