We often hear the question: what towns make up Washington Township? It’s a great question!
Washington Township in Gloucester County, NJ is comprised of six different zip codes, each with their own conveniences and benefits. All of them have something to offer to residents, but the entire community as a whole is what makes Washington Township a great place to live and raise a family.
The Six Towns That Make Up Washington Township, NJ
Here are the six different towns in Washington Township and some features about them:
Blackwood/Turnersville (08012) – Blackwood is a small residential community based just off of NJ Route 42, with NJ Route 168 going through town. It is located very close to a Camden County College campus and the Gloucester Premium Outlets. Turnersville is also just off of Route 42 and Route 168, making it convenient to numerous restaurants on Route 42, the Atlantic City Expressway, and Jefferson Hospital of Washington Township.
Glassboro (08028) – Glassboro is located close to NJ Routes 55 and 47, and U.S. Route 322, and is home to Rowan University and the Heritage Glass Museum. Glassboro being a college town, it offers multiple affordable dining options including the Monarch Diner and the Alumni Grill among many others. There’s also several hotel options here for visiting relatives.
Grenloch (08032) – Grenloch is located just south of Blackwood, and is a smaller community. Grenloch is also convenient to the Gloucester Premium Outlets and the college campus, and is close to the heavenly smell of Aversa’s Bakery!
Pitman (08071) – Pitman is based near the intersection of NJ Route 55 and U.S. Route 322, and is convenient to Delsea Drive. It is home to the popular Broadway Theater of Pitman, where families can see a variety of musical shows and plays. Broadway itself in Pitman is a popular street with multiple cafes and eateries. Pitman was a dry town until 2014, and still does not allow liquor stores or bars.
Sicklerville (08081) – Sicklerville is located just off of the Atlantic City Expressway, making for an easy jaunt to shore points. Sicklerville features multiple shopping and dining options on Hurffville-Cross Keys road going through town, and is also home to multiple Christian churches.
Sewell (08080) – Sewell is located northwest of NJ Route 55 and along Gloucester County Route 553. It is a small area that offers several fun family entertainment options nearby, including the Hollydell Ice Arena, the Margaret Heggan Library, and the Big Swing Golf Center.
That’s just a few notes about what towns make up Washington Township – we’d be happy to tell you so much more about the advantages of living here! If you’re planning to move your family or your business to Washington Township, reach out to Century 21 Rauh & Johns today. We’re looking forward to helping you plant your roots here in our town!