Before traveling it is good to plan your trip. The best way to plan is use the internet to read up on the attractions. I have saved you time as I have all the South Jersey Attractions on one website. It has all their contact information including a video if there was one available. Check my website before you travel to South New Jersey http://www.aguidetosouthjersey.com.
I thought it would be good to discuss traveling and touring the Southern part of New Jersey on a limited budget. There are a great deal of free attractions in South Jersey. To name a few Lucy the Elephant, Korean War Memorial, Civil Rights Memorial, Noyes Museum of Art, Wheaton Arts & Cultural Center, Absecon Lighthouse, Forsythe Wildlife Refuge, Wetlands Institute, Marine Mammal Stranding Center, the Bridgeton (Cohanzick) Zoo, Cape May Zoo and Bike Rides on boardwalk from 6:30 - 10 am. The majority of the skate and bike parks in Cumberland, Cape May and Atlantic Counties are free. A great deal of the parks are free including Estell Manor Park which has a nature center with free admission.
With a little creativity one can navigate and see a great deal of South Jersey while on a very limited budget. It is only $ 2.00 to take the Cape May Zoo Train around the park and free to ride the bike paths in Millville NJ. In Millville The Army - Airfield Museum is free as well as the Historic Potters Tavern in Bridgeton, NJ. The African American Museum in Buena Vista Twp. is a must see for free admission.
Then if you stay at the Buena Vista Campground for a small fee, they have a movie center, minature golf, water slides, Kayaks and Hydro Bikes, baseball, basketball, volleyball, horseshoes, 2 arcades, a swimming pool, a kiddie pool, two arcades and more for a small fee.