About Pennsauken:

Pennsauken is a township located in Camden County, New Jersey bordered by the Delaware and Cooper River. It is believed the name, “Pennsauken” derived from the language of the Lenni Lenape people (a Native American group which once occupied the area) from “Pindasenauken”, the Lenape language term for “tobacco pouch”. Alternatively, the “Penn” in the township’s name refers to William Penn, while “sauk” is a water inlet or outlet. Pennsauken was home to the first drive-in theater in New Jersey, the Camden Drive-In. As a suburb of Philadelphia, the township is known for its diversity, and offers plenty of parks, coffee shops and bars for locals and visitors to enjoy.

Contact Information:

Contact Name, Title
Email | 856-665-1000

Pennsauken Highlights:

  • Cooper River Park
  • Burrough-Dover House
  • Griffith Morgan House
  • Pennsauken Transit Center
  • Pennsauken Boat Ramp