Introduction to Winslow, New Jersey
Winslow, New Jersey, in Camden county, is 14 miles NE of Vineland, New Jersey and 25 miles SE of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. The town is conveniently located inside the Philadelphia metropolitan area. There are an estimated 34,611 people in Winslow.
Winslow was formally incorporated as a township on March 8, 1845. The area was formerly a part of the Gloucester Township. In 1831, William Coffin built the Winslow Glass Works. This factory was named after his son Edward Winslow Coffin.
Winslow and nearby Attractions
- The Ocean Life Center
- New Jersey Korean War Memorial
- Ripley's Believe It or Not! Museum
- Absecon Lighthouse
- Frog Rock Golf & Country Club
Things To Do In Winslow
Winslow offers easy access to some of the amazing sights and attractions of Atlantic City. At the Ocean Life Center, one can have a fun and educational look at hundreds of varieties of fish and marine animals. The Atlantic City Art Center showcases local artwork while the New Jersey Korean War Veterans Memorial and the Ripley's Believe It or Not! Museum are other popular tourist destinations. One can also visit the Frog Rock Golf & Country Club or the White Oaks Country Club to enjoy peace and greenery.
Newark International is the most local major airport airport.
Winslow Higher Education
The local university is Rutgers University.