Get to Know Williamstown Junction, NJ

The worker's comp lawyers in Williamstown Junction, NJ, at Garden State Justice Group, welcome you to get to know the area known as Williamstown Junction.

Williamstown Junction

The area of Williamstown Junction is located within the Winslow Township in Camden County. The intersection of North Grove Street and New Brooklyn Road creates the center of the neighborhood. It is 26.9 miles from Philadelphia and less than seven miles from the Wharton State Forest. 


The average home is priced at $201,946, which is less expensive than 88.1% of other neighborhoods in New Jersey. Rent in the area is also lower than 69.3% of other neighborhoods in the state and average $1,984. Single-family homes owned by the residents outweigh the number of renters in the community, but several apartment complexes are available in the area. 

The area is predominantly an upper-middle-income neighborhood, with the majority of the residents working in executive positions. The occupational breakdown of the area is the following:

  • 43.6% executive, professional, or management occupations
  • 28.2% service or sales jobs
  • 15.8% manufacturing or laborer positions
  • 12.4% assistant, clerical, or technical support positions

The average commute time for the residents is between 45 minutes and one hour. The following businesses offer some employment options for the few that prefer not to travel out of the area for work:

  • Builders First Source - located on North Grove Street
  • Elite Landscaping - located off of Pineview Avenue
  • Boccella Precast, LLC - located on New Brooklyn Road
  • Atlantic City Electric - located off of North Grove Street

Not much is offered for recreation in the area, but there is a stream called Kay Branch in the southern region. The stream offers a good source of fishing for the local residents. It is located off of New Brooklyn Road and then picks up again near Lakedale Road before connecting with the Great Egg Harbor River. 


The area has a population that identifies with many ancestries. While English is the most predominant language spoken by 88.6% of the residents, close to 7.8% also speak Spanish. The ancestral makeup of the community is the following:

  • 21.6% Irish
  • 19.4% Italian
  • 19.3% German
  • 10.8% English
  • 7.8% Polish

Following for more fun facts: A Historical Overview of Sicklerville, NJ

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