Collingswood charms every season of the year.
Few towns compare to Collingswood.
Collingswood was officially established in 1888. Close to Camden and across the river from Philadelphia, Collingswood was conceived as a suburban town with a main street and a large central park as its main gathering places.
Today, Collingswood remains a striking model of a suburban town. It has been described as the "Norman Rockwell in the MTV era."
Haddon Avenue is Collingswood's main thoroughfare. Walkable from one end of town to the other, it offers a marvelous mix of shops, restaurants, entertainment options, and more. Some new, others having been around for decades. Quick connections via PATCO put you in Philadelphia within minutes.
Collingswood's charm has taken home national recognition including being named the Best Place to Go Car Free by the Men's Journal and a Great Place in America (Haddon Avenue) by the American Planning Association.