About Us

Our Family History

Wild Oaks Golf Club is an 18-hole course in Quinton Township. The golf course is conveniently located near all major bridges and highways in the tri-state area. The course was built in the 1970's by Joe Hassler. The club was named after the four ancient Oak trees that originally stood on the site of the golf course, but only one has been able to withstand the test of time. This 450-year old tree sits to the right of the second fairway on the White Cedar nine. You'll come across the occasional bunker and water hazard but overall, it's a player-friendly enough course for beginners but offers challenge for the more experienced golfer.

Challenging and Friendly

Wild Oaks is great for beginners to experienced golfers and offers a great gold experience for everyone.

Our Location

Wild Oaks is located in Quinton Township, Salem County. Conveniently located less than 20 minutes from the Delaware Memorial and Commodore Barry Bridges.