The Croft Farm property was purchased by Cherry Hill Township in 1985 not only to preserve a piece of the Township's past, but also to serve the recreational, educational and cultural needs of the community.
Today, Croft Farm is a public park located in Cherry Hill, New Jersey. It is used for many recreational activities and events throughout the year and is listed on the New Jersey and National Registers of Historic Places.
The property consists of many buildings - the Kay-Evans House (home of the Recreation Department), Arts Center and new classroom studios as well as several historic outbuildings. In addition to classes and events, visitors can take a walk on the Croft Farm Trail (designated a National Recreation Trail in 2011).