Nestled among the rural and scenic farmlands of Southern New Jersey, Pilesgrove is home to the Cowtown Rodeo, celebrating more than a half-century of professional rodeos.

While in a rural setting, Pilesgrove is packed with fun attractions and interesting things to do.

Cowtown is acclaimed for being a highlight in the professional rodeo circuit. Rodeo performances are held every Sat. at 7:30 pm Memorial Day weekend in May through the last Saturday in Sept.

Cowtown Rodeo features all seven rodeo events sanctioned by the Professional Rodeo Cowboys Association. Come and join hundreds of cowboys and cowgirls as they compete in the traditional sport of an Old West rodeo.

Refreshments are available at the rodeo and parking is free. In addition, a large flea market is open year-round.

The town is home to the Salem County Fair Grounds that holds events and festivals throughout the year, including the Delaware Valley Blue Grass Festival.

While in Pilesgrove check out the Wagon Wheel Restaurant. This family-owned establishment has been operating for 40 years and is open for breakfast, lunch and dinner with a full array of food to choose from.

Also try the Olympia Dairy Bar for superior ice cream. It's open from March through the fall. Nearby there's the Woodstown Diner with great food and good prices.

Pilesgrove also features the Four Seasons Family Campground that's a full service campground that offers swimming on a sandy beach with slide, fully equipped recreation hall and game room, basketball court, volleyball court, spacious children’s playground, fishing in the pond, special events every weekend in summer, activities director on staff.

For the outdoorsmen there's the Game Creek Hunting Farms in nearby Woodstown where visitors can hunt for turkey, pheasant and more. 

And there's the Auburn Road Vineyards that produces Chardonnay, Merlot, Pinot Grigio and other award-winning wines. There's also Chestnut Run Farm that specializes in Asian pear wines.