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A picturesque and peaceful Philadelphia suburb, Mount Holly, N.J., offers a variety of family-friendly activities, small business opportunities and historic sites. Professionals with families looking for homes for rent in the area can enjoy the amenities of small-community living and attractive natural vistas while maintaining an easy commute to Philadelphia or Camden

Key Facts for Mount Holly Renters

  • Mount Holly's history goes back to the colonial era, when it was first settled by mill workers. Later, Mount Holly played a key role in the Revolutionary War, as the decision of Hessian troops to make their camp there helped George Washington overcome them in a surprise attack after his famous crossing of the Delaware.
  • The town has been classified as an Urban Enterprise Zone since 1995, so enterprising entrepreneurs may be able to take advantage of tax incentives and other assistance programs that help stimulate local business.
  • Students in pre-kindergarten through eighth grade attend one of the three schools in the Mount Holly Public Schools system. High school students go to Rancocas Valley Regional High School, which serves students in a 40-mile radius but is conveniently located in Mount Holly.

Great Resources for Mount Holly Renters

Mount Holly Township maintains a website that provides a host of pertinent information, including an events calendar, business and commerce data, as well as a short history of the town. The New Jersey news site provides consistent updates to its Mount Holly section, keeping residents informed of the latest news, sports and entertainment happenings.

What to Do in and Around Mount Holly

Mount Holly's businesses, stores and restaurants are largely clustered around Main Street, creating an engaging social hub for residents. The nearby Historic Smithville Park offers hiking trails for nature-lovers, while those looking for more urban fun can drive or take the bus to Philadelphia to eat a cheesesteak, watch the Phillies or take photos next to the Liberty Bell.