West Windsor

West Windsor is a township in New Jersey.


In 1838, Mercer County was established and in 1855, the current borders for West Windsor were defined containing 26.84 miles. Today, West Windsor can still identify the six farming villages that were a part of the area:

Clarksville – at the intersection of Route One and Quakerbridge Roads Dutch Neck – at the intersection of Village and South Mill Roads Edinburg – at the intersection of Old Trenton and Edinburg Roads Grovers Mill – at the intersection of Cranbury and Clarksville Roads Penns Neck – on either side of Washington Road east of Route One Port Windsor/Mercer – at the end of Quakerbridge Road at the Delaware Canal

-As of the 2010 United States Census, the township population was 27,165.

By train=

NJ Transit function's a Princeton Junction stop located in West Windsor. This line is often filled during the morning and evening rush hours with commuters traveling to New York or Philadelphia.

By bus

COACH USA (under the name Suburban) offers bus service from New York and New Brunswick to West Windsor stopping at the Princeton Junction train station.

By car

West Windsor can be accessed from routes 1,571, & 64. Exit 8A can be taken from the NJ Turnpike. Exit 67 towards New Brunswick can be taken from 95.


West Windsor is the home of many beautiful parks.






Most hotels pay the township for a Princeton zip code (simply because it sounds more enticing than 'West Windsor.' However, the following hotels are in West Windsor Township.

Go next

Routes through West Windsor

New York City North Brunswick  N  S  Trenton Philadelphia

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