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Princeton Junction NJ

Princeton Junction is an unincorporated community located within West Windsor Township in Mercer County, New Jersey. It is home to about t 2,500 residents and covers almost 2 square miles. There Princeton Junction train station brings commuters to New York City and Philadelphia in about an hour.


Princeton Junction is a lovely, sleepy community named after the train station, the second busiest train station in New Jersey. Most residents live just outside the downtown station, and love living in a residential community with all the benefits of rail access to major cities.


Mercer County NJ


The community of Princeton Junction is small and connected to the greater Princeton area and all that University town has to offer. Its location near the college means access to a plethora of activities and entertainment.

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For the Kids

Kids enjoy swimming at the town pool, and many recreational activities offered through the West Windsor Township Recreation department. There are youth fall, winter and spring programs available, and a special needs program as well. Some of the programs offered are martial arts, golf and tennis. If you travel just outside of Princeton Junction, there are many baby gyms, martial arts studios, dance galleries, and other private classes for kids.


The Rogers Preserve/Millstone River Preserve is located along the Big Bear Brook across from Grovers Mill Pond. The Preserve has two hiking trails and offers bird-watching and picnicking. The Millstone River can be accessed for canoeing or kayaking near the Millstone Road Bridge.

Food & Drink

Princeton Junction NJ & Surrounding Area

Top 10 Restaurants

  • Asian Bistro

  • 390 Reviews

  • Phone: +16093785412

  • $$  Asian Fusion

  • Shanghai Bun

  • 276 Reviews

  • Phone: +16099513600

  • $$  Shanghainese

  • The Bent Spoon

  • 990 Reviews

  • Phone: +16099242368

  • $$  Ice Cream & Frozen Yogurt

  • Halo Pub

  • 479 Reviews

  • Phone: +16099211710

  • $  Ice Cream & Frozen Yogurt

  • Hoagie Haven

  • 621 Reviews

  • Phone: +16099217723

  • $  Sandwiches

  • Mistral

  • 614 Reviews

  • Phone: +16096888808

  • $$  Tapas/Small Plates

  • Tacoria

  • 311 Reviews

  • Phone: +16094232119

  • $$  Mexican

  • Local Greek

  • 297 Reviews

  • Phone: +16092852969

  • $$  Greek

  • Seasons 52

  • 414 Reviews

  • Phone: +16097992152

  • $$$  American (New)


The Windsor Plaza Shopping Center was renovated in 2013 and has inviting storefronts such as Yoga Soul, Dance Expo, Century 21, Jimmy Johns, PJs Pancake House, Woo-Ri-Mart Gourmet Market, and many more. There are over 600 parking spots available to residents and the shopping center is located next to the train station, for convenient access to after-work errands.


The West Windsor Arts Center offers performances, workshops, classes, exhibitions, literary arts events and various other special events, and is located in the historic Princeton Junction Firehouse. The Windsor Shopping Center has a variety of restaurants that serve breakfast, lunch and dinner. For even more dining and nightlife, head to downtown Princeton for their thriving university scene.


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Princeton Junction is the 7th hamlet in the West Windsor Township, which became defined in the late 1700s. In 1855, the township’s borders were redefined to almost 27 square miles and six small villages were named. After the construction of the Princeton Junction train station in 1854, the 7th hamlet of Princeton Junction was added.


A monument to H.G Wels’ War of the Worlds is located inside Van Nest Park and is referred to as the Martian Landing Site. It was installed in 1988. The plaque depicts actor and filmmaker Orsen Welles speaking into a microphone as a 1930s family listens at the radio, horrified. Looming above is a Martian with tentacles. This plaque is a commemoration of the original radio broadcast in 1938, when War of the Worlds was read by Mr. Welles about Princeton Junction.