Welcome to Cinnaminson

Nestled along the Delaware River in Burlington County, this town is filled with family friendly parks and is just a short drive to downtown Philadelphia.

Key Details


commuter town , lush green spaces , single family homes, family fun


Commute Times
Philadelphia, PA 20m by car
Cherry Hill, NJ 13m by car
Atlantic City, NJ 1h 10m by car
New York, NY 1h 30m by car
East to West Tom Brown Rd. to Bank Ave.
North to South Taylors Ln. to Forklanding Rd.
Nearby Neighborhoods Moorestown, Riverside, and Palmyra

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A small commuter town with plenty of family fun entertainment.

Cinnaminson is home to the largest indoor electric go-kart facility in the state of NJ called Speed Raceway -- a 100,000 sq ft indoor entertainment facility with go karts, axe throwing, mini golf, virtual reality, and arcade. This riverside town has plenty of dining options as well including Sweetwater Bar and Grill, Due Amici Italian Grill, and Tony Soprano's Pizza & Ristorante.

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What to expect:
A family-friendly commuter town with lush green parks and plenty of shops and restaurants.

Brynwood Square and Wood Park are just two of the many parks situated throughout this Philadelphia suburb. Cinnaminson isn’t short on green space, with Riverton Country Club, designed by Donald Ross, sitting at the heart of this town. In addition to the gorgeously maintained outdoor spaces, Cinnaminson also has some local dining favorites that residents love to frequent like The Jug Handle Inn, offering great wings and outdoor fun in the warmer months, and The Bagel Cafe, a Cinnaminson staple offering freshly baked bagels, pastries and breakfast sandwiches.

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The lifestyle:
Endless options to explore for shopping, dining, and entertainment.

You’ll never be bored living in Cinnaminson, with close proximity to Philadelphia and a plethora of shops and dining options residents always have something exciting to experience. Residents frequent locally owned restaurants like Due Amici Italian Grill, a BYOB with great outdoor dining options and a firepit for ambiance, or Tokyo Bleu, an authentic Japanese restaurant located right off of Rt. 130, the main street for all shopping and dining in Cinnaminson. Local shopping in this neighborhood is also fantastic with areas like Shoppes at Cinnaminson or Marketplace at Cinnaminson.

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Unexpected appeal:
Quiet neighborhoods with tree lined streets situated just off the hustle and bustle of Burlington Pike.

The main strip of town can get fairly crowded, especially on the weekends and during the summer with lots of people coming to shop and to access major highways. The neighborhoods in this town are peaceful and quiet despite being just steps away from Burlington Pike. Residents also enjoy great outdoor spaces like Memorial Park, Wood Park, Foundation Farms Park. Community members have access to exclusive events like outdoor Zumba and boot camp exercise classes through the Cinnaminson Parks and Recreation system as well as basketball and tennis lessons in the summer.

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The market:
Wide price range and lots of single family homes.

The developments in Cinnaminson have various house styles, but the majority are split levels, colonials, and ranch-style homes on streets with lush, mature trees. The market for prospective buyers in Cinnaminson has been trending in recent years with lots of great inventory available. Residents enjoy plenty of gorgeous lush spaces and parks that are maintained by the local municipality.

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You'll fall in love with:
Lush green parks, family-fun entertainment, and the relaxed energy.

The wide side streets are a peaceful respite from the busy main street of Rt. 130. Living in this commuter town is never boring, but will always be a peaceful retreat from the bustling city. Residents of Cinnaminson have the opportunity to enjoy their well established community with the added bonus of being in close proximity to great shopping, dining and local entertainment.

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