Cumberland County is a pleasant, suburban/rural community that consists of three cities, one borough and 10 townships. Located in the south west corner of New Jersey, the county is home to 130,000 people.
The county is 40 miles from Philadelphia. New York City and Washington, D.C. are each about a three-hour drive. An abundance of recreational opportunities exist throughout the region and in the county, which is located on the Delaware Bay and within 35 miles of the Atlantic Coast beaches and the casinos in Atlantic City.
Money Magazine twice selected Cumberland County as one of the best places to live in New Jersey, and the National Association of Home Builders recently named this area one of the most affordable housing markets in America. Cumberland is characterized by an active arts community, a bustling shopping mall, a zoo that features Siberian tigers, vast historic wetlands, fertile farmlands and a rich glassblowing heritage. Pro sports enthusiasts are 40 minutes away from the Philadelphia Eagles, Flyers, 76ers and Phillies.