Welcome to Medford & Medford Lakes

Known as a local business hub and for its quaint Main Street filled with shops and restaurants, Medford has been able to keep its character while still growing as a community. Since Medford has preserved its natural surroundings, dedicated open spaces and trails are commonly used for recreational activities.

Key Details


busy main street, gorgeous mature trees, walking trails, local dining


Commute Times
Center City Philadelphia 35m by car
Cape May, NJ 1h 30m by car
New York City 1h 40m by car
East to West Hopewell Rd. to Medford Lakes Rd.
North to South Medford Mt. Holly Rd. to Jackson Rd.
Nearby Neighborhoods Marlton, Moorestown and Cherry Hill

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Medford & medford lakes
From classic log cabin style homes and large victorian estates to more contemporary styles with large wooded yards.

Residents of Medford & Medford Lakes tend to be affluent to upper middle class families looking to immerse themselves in gorgeous developments surrounded by large homes and lush forests of trees. The homes range from smaller classic cabin style homes in the Medford Lakes area, including lakefront homes with private docks, to large Victorian homes as you near Main St. Lastly, residents that live further out into Medford near Tuckerton Rd. live in larger contemporary homes with spacious yards.

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What to expect:
Breathtaking views of local bodies of water and a vibrant main street.

Residents looking to experience a great night out or a fun shopping trip are sure to stop by Main St Medford, which hosts a 3rd Thursday event every month from March to December. Visitors and residents can expect fantastic local food trucks down the street, stores extending their hours later with sales and special discounts and fun activities for the kids hosted by the Medford Arts Center. In addition to the excitement on Main St, there are opportunities to enjoy paddle boarding, kayaking, canoeing and fishing in one of the local lakes like the Medford Canoe Trail, which is 2.5 miles of gorgeous water.

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The lifestyle:
Great restaurants and fantastic family-owned businesses local to the area.

In Medford, residents enjoy the comforts of a small town atmosphere with fantastic local stores like Murphy’s Market, a locally managed grocery store, which sells locally grown produce and artisan made treats. Another local favorite is the Harvest Coffee Roastery, a family owned shop that also sells small batches of specialty coffee beans. Residents looking to enjoy a great craft beer can visit the Lower Forge Brewery, which features its full menu on Untappd. Last but certainly not least, residents can enjoy an amazing meal at Luca on Medford Mt Holly Rd. serving authentic Italian cuisine including fresh seafood dishes.

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Unexpected appeal:
Gorgeous outdoor spaces and historical farms that have been preserved for residents to hike, walk or kayak close to home.

Medford residents enjoy so many things about their town, but one thing you may not know about are all of the beautiful outdoor spaces that they love. Whether you are visiting Johnson’s Corner Farm to apple pick in late summer or get your pumpkins in early fall, this location is one that has been ingrained in the Medford community. Another well-loved local spot is Kirby’s Mill, a mill that was originally built in 1778. Residents enjoy visiting the farm for a great picnic or one of the many events held there by the Medford Historical Society. Residents looking to hike or enjoy walking trails visit Rancocas Creek Linear Park.

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The market:
Incredible market growth is proven through a surge in home sales.

With gorgeous views, great dining and shopping, and 11 of the best rated schools in the area, home sales in Medford & Medford lakes are surging. They also boast dozens of amazing grocery stores and hundreds of small shops and cafes throughout the area, making them a destination for new homeowners.

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You'll fall in love with:
Unique town events and amazing sense of community.

Taking advantage of it’s gorgeous wooded areas and well-known lake, every year Medford & Medford Lakes host their Canoe Carnival in late July to early August to conclude the summer season. This has been a town treasure since it’s first year in 1931. During the festival you can expect decorated canoes, pontoons with live musicians and even a prize at the end for the best floating display. Residents of Medford & Medford Lakes enjoy this and other fun local annual events, including the Halloween Parade and Medford Oktoberfest.

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