There’s water, water everywhere, with lots to do in beautiful Salem. This historic town, the oldest permanent English-speaking settlement on the Delaware River, has a unique location near the confluence of the Delaware and Salem rivers. Take to the water or just enjoy the views from the renovated downtown.

Salem offers a vast array of outdoor possibilities. Try the Meadow View Acres Campground. For golfers there's the 27-hole Wild Oaks Golf Club.

Four excellent areas for viewing local and migratory birds at the Supawna Meadows National Wildlife Refuge, Alloway Creek Watershed,  Salem River Wildlife Management Area and the Stow Creek Viewing Area.

Downtown Salem features beautifully preserved historic architecture and unique shops. Begin by stopping by the Salem County Visitors Center, (1 New Market St.), located in a restored 19th century bank building for  maps and information about attractions countywide. 

Pick up walking tour brochures for a self-guided tour of the historic districts and be sure to visit the Salem County Historical Society (79 Market St.) and at the 1735 Old Salem County Courthouse, the country’s second-oldest courthouse in continuous use. 

Hancock House State Historic Site, the location of a Revolutionary War massacre, is located just outside of Salem in Hancock’s Bridge.

West Broadway and Market Street are the focus of one-of-a-kind shops and galleries. Find antique treasures at Royal Port Antiques (13 Market St.) and Market Street Treasures (36 Market St.). 

First Impressions Studio and Gallery (157 W. Broadway) features original art; Bittersweet Farm, Etc. (155 W. Broadway) and Suse-E-Q’s Cottage (145 West Broadway) showcase unusual gifts and crafts.

Salem is a great starting place for all the things to see and do throughout Salem County – come and “Discover the Possibilities.”