Once, in 1762, a traveler from Cape May stopped at the Folsom Borough’s Penny Pot Tavern, located on the old stage route that stretched between Camden and Absecon. When he settled his account, the innkeeper needed change. His wife said, “There was not a penny in the pot," and the name stuck. Today, the Pinecrest Motel on the Black Horse Pike sits on the knoll overlooking a lake once occupied by the Penny Pot Tavern. The Pine Crest Inn, located in the historic Pine Barrens, is your home away from home.
Enjoy our on-site restaurant and tavern. Since we are in the heart of South Jersey, you can do what your heart desires. From exploring Penny Pot, swimming, shopping to just reading and relaxing there are endless possibilities!
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