Pay a Visit to Cumberland NJ on a Charter Bus in New Jersey - Part 5

For the past two weeks, Bus Rental NJ has been encouraging readers to rent a charter bus in New Jersey and visit the wonderful places in Cumberland. So far, we have recommended these venues:

  • Belleplain State Forest
  • Carlisle School of Glass Art
  • Cedar Creek Sporting Clays
  • Cohanzick Zoo
  • Delsea Drive-in
  • George Woodruff Indian Museum
  • Indian Trail Farm
  • Mauricetown Historical Society
  • Milville Army Air Field Museum
  • Museum of American Glass
  • New Jersey Motorsports Park
  • Utopia Salon & Spa

You can visit all these places and more if you have a charter bus in New Jersey to help you transport everyone in your group.

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Need more places to go to or need more to choose from for your itinerary? Here are some more:

Legacy Lanes

Legacy Lanes (518 Landis Avenue, Bridgeton, (856) 221 3269, is the only bowling alley open to the public in all of Cumberland. On weekdays, you could play for only $2.99 per game if you play before 5 p.m. and $3.99 from 5 p.m. onwards.

You could also hold birthday parties here!

Swansea Vineyards

Swansea Vineyards (860 Main Street, Shiloh, (856) 453 5778, produces award-winning wine, and yes, they offer visitors the chance to taste these wines. You can simply drop by every Saturday from noon to 5 p.m. If you have a large group or if you want to book a private tasting, you would need to call ahead.

Latona Golf Course

Latona Golf Course (3806 Oak Road, Vineland, (856) 692 8149, is a nine-hole golf course that has more than 3,000 yards of greens designed by Garrett Renn.

You could play a great round of golf for only $17, making it a great bonding activity for the entire family.

Make sure that you visit all of these places in a day or two. With a charter bus in New Jersey, you can certainly have lots of places into your itinerary to help you have a fun day touring Cumberland!