Tabernacle Travel Guide

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Tabernacle Things to Do

  • Conte Farms - "Pick Your Own"

    Conte Farms, at 299 Flyatt Road in Tabernacle, New Jersey, is a "pick-your own" farm and orchard. If you happen to miss the large fields, parking lot, or one of numerous signs, the windmill in front of it's store should get your attention.Crops include: apples, blueberries, flowers, pumpkins, strawberries and pumpkins. Seasonally, the farm offers...

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  • Site of Schoolhouse

    Old Union School, as it was referred to, sat at the crossroads of Indian Mills-Tabernacle Road in 1856, in front of the Junior OUAM. It was demolished in 1910, when a two room school was built alongside.Nothing remains of the Old Union School, that stood on this site. This one room schoolhouse is recorded as having serious drainage problems, such...

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  • Tabernacle Methodist Church

    This Methodist Church, was built in 1880 under the guidance of Rev. George Reeves in Tabernacle, New Jersey. It has been the beginning of many ministers' careers. This white steepled church, on Carranza Road in tiny Tabernacle, began with a membership of 50. Though the membership has grown sustantially since then, it still retains the old town...

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  • Tabernacle Town Hall

    In 1874, the Order of Saint Mechanics built the Junior Order of United American Mechanics Hall, OUAM Hall for Short, which today is Taberncale, New Jersey's Town Hall. The history of this building is quite interesting.On the day we visited Tabernacle, the Tabernacle Historical Society was holding it's annual "Strawberry Social." It gave us a great...

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  • Home of Gilbert W. Knight

    Just doors down from the intersection that is the town of tabernacle, New Jersey, stands the home of Gilbert W. Knight, a blacksmith that helped shape this town in the 19th century.This home, which is now called the Pepper House, was once called the Knight House. It's first owner was Gilbert W. Knight, a GAR veteran of the 23rd Regiment, Burlington...

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  • Friendship School

    Now sitting on the grounds of the Tabernacle Intermediate School, facing Flyatt Road, this one room schoolhouse has had an interesting past.This little schoolhouse once sat near the railroad crossing called High Crossing, not far from Tabernacle, in Woodland Township. A lack of pupils led to the abandonment of the school in 1918. It was then used...

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  • Kemble Inn

    By the intersection of Carranza Road and Medford Lakes road, stands an historic inn, the Kemble Inn, built in 1845.Charles S. Kemble founded this inn in 1845. Apart from being an innkeeper, he was also a farmer and area blacksmith. He served as a member of the NJ House of Assembly from 1855-1859. Later he became the Burlington County Sheriff, but...

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  • Tabernacle Cemetary

    By the corner of Carranza and Medford Roads, the historic town of Tabernacle was deeded this land by townfolk for the use of a cemetary.In the mid 1700s, iron, charcoal and glass industries were aplenty in the south Jersey pine barrens. The Speedwell Furnace, opened in 1785 by Benjamin Randolph led to the eventual founding of Tabernacle Township....

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  • Visit the Town's Blacksmith

    By the intersection of Carranza Road and Medford Lakes road, once stood the site of the town blacksmith shop.In the mid 1700s, iron, charcoal and glass industries were aplenty in the south Jersey pine barrens. The Speedwell Furnace, opened in 1785 by Benjamin Randolph led to the eventual founding of Tabernacle Township. The crossroads at Tabernacle...

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