Incorporated in 1832, the Town of Princeton has historically been a sportsman’s paradise and a part of the lumber industry.  The town has close ties with its neighbors, Indian Township and Grand Lake Stream.  Nestled along the shores of Long Lake and Lewey Lake (named after Captain Tomah Lewey of Indian Township), Princeton is a place to enjoy the water.


Today, several lodges and inns make Princeton a great destination for a family vacation focused on the outdoors.  Its retail industry also makes Princeton an important part of this small, tight-knit community.


Quick Facts

County:  Washington

Population:  832

Schools:  Princeton Elementary School (AOS 90)

Health Center:  St. Croix Regional Family Health Center

Library:  Princeton Public Library


Information courtesy of the Grand Lake Stream Chamber of Commerce.