Fast Facts About Mullica Hill, South Jersey
Population (2020): 3,605
- Newark, NJ: 1hr 45min
- Trenton, NJ: 1hr
- Philadelphia, PA: 35min
Atlantic City International Airport: 1hr 15min
Median income (2020):
- Individual: $54,638
- Household: $105,903
County: Gloucester – Harrison Township
Type of location: Suburban, unincorporated community
Why is Mullica Hill, South Jersey a Nice Place to Live?
Mullica Hill, South Jersey is an unincorporated community within Harrison Township. The town also serves as a suburb of Philadelphia, which is only a half hour drive or New Jersey Transit bus ride away. Overall, Mullica Hill is suburban with a small town feel. Homes are more spread out rather than being packed densely together, and residents tend to be wealthy, overall.
Mullica Hill is highly-rated as a safe, family-friendly area. The area offers top-quality public schools for elementary through highschool-aged children within the Harrison Township School District and Clearview Regional High School District.
What is there to do in Mullica Hill, South Jersey?
Mullica Hill may be a small town, but it has a thriving historical district and a downtown area filled with unique shops, boutiques, restaurants, and an Amish farmer’s market. The Harrison Township Historical Society is located right on mainstreet, and offers a glimpse into the township’s past as well as events like ghost walks, art festivals, concerts, and even an Asparagus Festival.
The William Heritage Winery is another fun adult attraction that hosts seasonal events– and of course, year-round wine tastings featuring wine from Heritage estate’s own local vineyards.
In nearby Philadelphia, residents have access to places like the Simeone Foundation Automotive Museum, the John Heinz National Wildlife Refuge, and Fort Mifflin, a historical fort built in 1771.
If you’re looking to shop, try The Time Fine Men’s Shop:
What restaurants are in Mullica Hill, South Jersey?
Some of the restaurants on Mullica Hill’s main street with the highest-rated Google reviews include:
- Blueplate, for farm-to-table type plates
- Pats Pizzeria, for a relaxed, family-friendly place to enjoy a slice
- Harrison House Diner, for classic American diner food
- David & Sons 322 BBQ & Butcher, for delicious barbecue and fresh cuts of brisket, steak, bacon, and more.
- Naples at the Warehouse, for pizza and Italian cuisine
- The Cake Boutique, for sweet treats
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