REDLION KENNEL

NJ Breeder of Chesapeake Bay Retrievers, Labradors and Golden Retrievers

 

Jane Pappler
7 Easton Way, Southampton, NJ 08088  -  H/609 859-3570 
 (DO NOT call this Cell phone unless it is an Emergency - 609 234-1945)

Visiting Hours by appointment only 11 am - 7 pm  ***  Phone calls accepted 10a - 8 pm

Call in advance to setup a date and time to come to the kennel.  If gate is closed and you have an appointment, open it and come in. Otherwise, Do Not open gate and Do Not crawl over it. Dogs and Horses may be loose and could escape.

From NJ Turnpike going South:   Get off Exit 7, Bordentown…Take RT 206 South, 20 miles to the traffic circle with Rt 70. 

**** From the circle, Take Rt. 70 East 6 miles to the 24 mile marker.  Turn left at the 24 mile marker onto High Glen Drive, a paved road leading into the housing development called "The Grande".  Go to the dead end and Turn right on Oxford Circle.  Pass three houses and turn left on Easton Way (kennel sign and name on the mailbox). (street light there at night)  Go 1/2 mile into the woods, come through the big metal gate and go to the right side of the 2 story white house.  Stay in your car if any dogs are loose and do not get your dog out (if you have one with you) until someone comes out and tells you it is ok. 

 Coming East on Pennsylvania Turnpike:   Take the PA Turnpike East to the end.  It goes straight into the NJ turnpike. Go 4 miles and the NJ Turnpike divides,  so stay left and go North.   It’s only 3 miles to Exit 7.  Get off Exit 7, Bordentown.  Take RT 206 South, about 20 miles, to the traffic circle with Rt 70.  Proceed as above....

 From Delaware Memorial Bridge or Rt. 295 North:   After you cross the bridge, stay in the right lanes.  (NJ turnpike goes left and RT 295 goes off to the right)  Stay in the right lane, watch for signs and take RT 295 North. Travel about 30 minutes on Rt 295.  (At one point stay right & Rt 295 joins with Rt. 130 and immediately you go off to the right again on RT 295 North).  Take the Exit for Rt. 70 East - Marlton - 34A.  Follow Rt. 70 East about 25 minutes. You'll go around a traffic circle with RT 206 & RT 70 junction..  Proceed as above....

 From Philadelphia Airport or Rt. 95 North:  Take Rt. 95 North from the Airport, cross over the double-decker bridge and get into the right lane.  You will take the exit for the Walt Whitman Bridge.  Stay in the center lane as you cross the Bridge into New Jersey and come down around the bend, then move over to the right lane.  Watch for signs and take RT 295 North. Travel 6-8 miles, get off the Exit for RT 70 East- Marlton - 34A.  Follow RT 70 East for 25 minutes. You will go around a traffic circle with RT 206 & RT 70 junction. Proceed as above...

 From the Garden State Parkway:   Exit at Lakehurst onto Rt. 70 West.  Follow about 40 minutes.  At the circle of Rt. 72 and Rt. 70, continue on Rt. 70 West, about 2 miles.  Turn Right at the 24 mile marker onto High Glen Drive, a paved rad leading into the housing development called "The Grande".  Go to the dead end and Turn right on Oxford Circle.  Go past 3 houses and turn left on Easton Way, kennel sign and name on the mailbox. (street light there at night)  Go 1/2 mile into the woods, come through the big metal gate to the right side of the house and park.  Stay in your car if any dogs are loose and do not get your dog out (if you have one with you) until someone comes out and tells you it is ok. 

 

 

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Jane Pappler, 7 Easton Way, Southampton, NJ, 08088  -  609 859-3570  -  nofleas24@gmail.com
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