Location in New Jersey
|Time Zone:||Eastern (UTC-5/-4)|
|Residents:||17.613 (as of 2010 census)|
|Population Density:||1.726.8 Inhabitants per km²|
|Area:||10.3 km² (approx. 4 mi²)
of which 10.2 km² (approx. 4 mi²) land
|Area code:||+1 856|
|Mayor:||Frank DeLucca, Jr.|
Lindenwold is a borough in Camden County in the U.S. state of New Jersey. It is 4.0 mi² (10.3 km²) in size and had (2010) a population of 17,613. The name is derived from the German word Lindenwald.
The township was carved out of Clementon Township on April 23, 1929, along with four other towns.
Lindenwold has been the eastern terminus of the PATCO Speedline from Philadelphia, Pennsylvania via Camden since 1969. The station is also a stopover for trains on the Atlantic City Line from Philadelphia to Atlantic City.
- Charles W. Shaylor: History of Lindenwold. White Horse Historical Society, Kirkwood 1979.
- John Parr Snyder: The story of New Jersey’s civil boundaries, 1606-1968. New Jersey Dept. of Environmental Protection, Division of Water Resources, Geological Survey, Trenton, NJ 1988.