Travel south of Cherry Hill, New Jersey and you’ll find the beautiful community of Laurel Springs, a borough roughly 15 miles from downtown Philadelphia. Discover the historic and gorgeous Crystal Springs, an area that inspired Walt Whitman’s “Leaves of Grass” and Specimen Days.” It is located on the west end of Laurel Lake. At the heart of Laurel Springs, you’ll find the Gray Stone Mansion, built in 1889.
Laurel Springs bills itself as the “Undiscovered Gem of Camden County.” It has only about 1,900 residents, and the area does offer a small-town, rural feel. But rent an apartment in Laurel Springs and you’ll discover transit service to Atlantic City, the shops and restaurants of nearby Cherry Hill, and the big-city life of nearby Philadelphia, home to the Liberty Bell, Independence Hall, the National Constitution Center, and the University of Pennsylvania.