Gateway Park

With the Cooper River on one side and busy Admiral Wilson Boulevard on the other, Gateway Park opened in March 2019 as the Camden-Pennsauken area’s newest public open space. The 25-acre linear park runs along the Cooper River, a Delaware River tributary, for half a mile. It provides the community with access to nature and outdoor recreation like walking, bicycling, jogging, bird watching and fishing. Gateway Park is part of the Circuit Trails, a network of pedestrian and bicycle trails that will eventually encompass 750 miles in New Jersey and Pennsylvania. The park is located directly across the river from Farnham Park and immediately downstream from Cooper River Park, famous for its rowing events.

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2798 Admiral Wilson Blvd
Pennsauken Township, New Jersey 08109

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