Diamond Cottage Park

Diamond Cottage Park may well have been the first real city park in Camden. The park was the favorite haunt of boys and girls from North and Central Camden from the 1880s until the early 1920s, when the park was paved over to make room for the Delaware River (Ben Franklin) Bridge. It was located between Broadway and 7th Streets; between Penn and Linden Streets.

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