Eat Local Check Out Mount Holly Refreshments Menu’s and Online Services

If you would like to enjoy and spoil yourself, let a slow paced feeling and relaxing to the max take over your day…..check out local eateries and refreshments before during and after kayaking, or while walking around the Mt. Holly National Historic District. Spend a day kayaking, hiking, touring the wonderful heritage of Mount Holly National Historic District w creekside eating or here at Pathways these local menus provide suggestions.

The surprising scale and depth of the Rancocas Creek’s cultural and historic heritage is astonishing. Artistic, and architectural landscapes all within a compact walking distance provide a wonderful tour of America’s heritage, locally. Wander off the beaten path. Kayaking w Pathways is an immersion into NJ’s hidden gem; its a first hand visit to NJ’s pearl of heritage; and its enticing surprises of both local and nationally known artists. Mount Holly National Historic District: Art, History, Food, Brew, Wine, Kayak into an under-rated landscape of fun, sun and more.

Let Pathways know of your orders, Pathways will pick up refreshments and return them to you here at the Grotto and Pathways outside refreshments area. All refreshments offered subject to availability. Jersey Farm Fresh products offered in season. Box lunches also available. For folks kayaking there is no charge for Pathways delivery or if your relaxing at Pathways. You are charged prices set by local eateries. Support Local. Please note this is not a complete list of the Mt. Holly Historic District refreshments. Explore. Savor. Discover.

Robins Nest.

Creek Side dining and bakery to die for. Sinfully decedent. A few steps away from Pathways Grotto.

Kitchen 87, there is a reason there is a line of folks for breakfast and brunch. Creekside.

Colonial Cafe, located next door to Pathways. Hash browns to die for. Order on line. Check out their eclectic entertainment at the Coffee House.

Vincents Ice Cream Nothing Finer then homemade ice cream after a day out kayaking and walking about the National Historic District

Looking for a cold brew or local distillery to quench ones thirst creekside after kayaking? Mt. Holly Village Idiot Brewing, Train Wreck Distillery and Spellbound Brewing all over the top wicked places for a cold refreshment. Now we at Pathways don’t have a favorite but and we are biased Village Idiot access creekside via your kayak and at the Mt. Holly Township creek side pocket park.

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