Retire in Woodbury, NJ

Livability Score
55
** The AARP Livability Index scores neighborhoods and communities across the U.S. for the services and amenities that impact your life the most.
Total Population
10098
Median Househould Income
53359
Median Age
35.5
65 Years and Over
1335
Median Home Value
162700
Unemployed
607
** 2014 US census data
Restaurants
1. The Dutch

A bit out of the way, but the food is absolutely worth the drive. We got chorizo tots, scrapple, baked coffee pancake, and ham hash. Everything came at a...

2. The Sicilian Deli

What can i say that other Yelpers haven't said already? Yes, their sandwiches are THAT good. It's partly the rolls. Awesome seeded real deal Italian...

3. Gia Nina's Pizza

Nice restaurant so close to home. Good food and excellent service. Our waitress was Christy and she was on top of everything our drinks were always full and...

4. Kitchen 519

Driving thru to NY for a flight from DC and the food was PHENOMENAL! Staff was very kind. Very great vibe. Great setting. Great ambiance. The menu is...

5. Bo Ne Restaurant

Drove past this place a ton of times. Finally decided to give it a try. Their Phò broth is SO good!!!!! I've also had their version of a Chicken Bahn Mi,...

Golf
1. Franklin Square Mini Golf

After dinner, my BF & I wanted to stay out in the city a while longer. We decided to walk around Franklin Square and to our surprise, the miniature golf...

2. Camden County Golf Academy

This is without question my favorite driving range. The staff is friendly and helpful and hitting into the water is really pleasant. The grass area while a...

3. Fox Meadow Golf Center

The facility has been here for 18 years. Normal wear and tear to the surface on the range. The range balls and mini golf course are in great shape. Great...

4. Strawberry Green Driving Range

Stoney's Driving Range in Fairmount is my go to spot when I'm looking to get out and swing the clubs. I live in Chinatown and love the close proximity of...

5. Bala Golf Club

I love the Bala Golf Club. The course is only 5403 yards with a par of 68. Does that sound easy? No. The 1901 Wm. Flynn design has small greens. It...

Active
1. Daddis Mixed Martial Arts Academy

I have a sensitive nose so the first thing I noticed while walking up the steps was the smell of rubber and sweat. When I got to the second landing and into...

2. PEP Bowl

BYOB and BYO snacks! SO much better than Lucky Strike! There are only 6 lanes but I went on a Tuesday night from 9-11pm so only 4 were in use that night....

3. CrossFit Supercharged

Fantastic box! I was in Philly for a couple days and wanted to grab a workout while I was in town. This box was free to drop in (I looked up 4-5 other boxes...

4. Schuylkill River Park

In the past I have driven past this park along with the boardwalk when I'm on the bridge heading to South Philly or to South Street. Walking at this park...

5. John F. Collins Park

Such a cute little hidden gem in the heart of center city. It's a small park, think maybe a small fraction of the size of Rittenhouse park, hidden in...

Arts
1. Queen of Wands Tarot

Jenna definitely stands out. She's got a friendly counselor vibe--no freaky psychic stuff--but indeed with great intuition. This makes for a fresh...

2. Simeone Foundation Automotive Museum

Fantastic museum. I'm not a fan of racing but you don't have to be to enjoy this museum. They had a terrific collection of cars, as old as 1899. Fords,...

3. Union Transfer

Union Transfer, which is only a few years old, is aging well here in Philly. The shows here are always a ton of fun. It's a smaller venue which can make...

4. Philadelphia's Magic Gardens

I've never seen anything like this place. If you're into art, enjoy mosaics, or quirky things, this is the place for you. I got there about 20 minutes...

5. Philadelphia Museum of Art

Impressed by the professionalism and kindness of all staff we encountered. From those we bought our tickets from , to those tending to the rooms, to the...

Shopping
1. Nice Things Handmade

While looking for unique things to do in Philly on a recent trip, Nice Things... Handmade kept popping up in my research. The hype was well worth it - this...

2. Occasionette

Might be my favorite little shop in all of Philly. It's implacably curated, and the people are always nice. Absolutely top notch for picking up a weird...

3. Tiki Tiki Board Games

Amazing family run shop! I told them that I wanted to start my board game collection and Grace walked me around the store helping me pick out the classics....

4. Frankenstein Comics

Is Bill the owner's name? If so, he's adorably welcoming! Small businesses are the best, honestly. He pretty much took the extra step taking care of our...

5. Gloucester Premium Outlets

This is a gorgeous shopping center with a great selection of stores. You can browse top brands and catch some really good deals from time-to-time. On...

Health
1. South Philly Community Acupuncture

I rarely post reviews. But this one is a must! Lauren was so helpful, attentive and really did the trick. I was experiencing back pain from pregnancy, the...

2. Rittenhouse Acupuncture

I am so thankful for the help and relief that Rittenhouse Acupuncture has provided to me! After experiencing an unprovoked attack where an unfamiliar person...

3. Unite Fitness - Philly East

I totally should have written this review sooner! I've been coming to Unite for 2 years- it started as an attempt, just a month before our wedding, to...

4. Lauren Buckley

South Philadelphia Community Acupuncture is a godsend for me -- acupuncture was the ONLY thing to help my torn hip tendon after weeks of physical...

5. Affordable Skin Care Salon

What does affordable skin care even mean you ask? No cushy robes, slippers, or obligatory massage during facial. Rooms are clean, yet simple. If you are...

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