About Us

Cream Valley Custard, a local landmark, serving the Woodstown-Pilesgrove community!

You might wonder where the name Cream Valley comes from. It goes back to the 1950s and Cream Valley Dairy. The farm and the dairy cows covered the area where Heritages and Town & Country Golf Course are today. The milking parlor was actually the building where the custard stand is today!  

In 1973, the Flitcraft family turned the parlor into an ice cream stand. Although the dairy farm came to an end, the “Cream Valley” name carried on. 

Cream Valley Custard is now owned by the Wilson family. Nancy & her husband David purchased the business on July 11th, 1994. She actually worked at Cream Valley during high school! While raising four kids at home, Nancy and David, built the business to what it is today. They added the iconic drive thru in the late 90s, a feature I am sure most of you appreciate! 

In 2020, Nancy decided to take a step back, and her youngest child took over. Born in mid-March, Regan was just two weeks old when she went to “work” with her mom. From there on, she spent the majority of her time growing up within the walls of the business. With the ice cream industry in her blood & a business degree from the University of Delaware her goal is to not only fill her parent’s shoes but take the business to new heights. 


Our average customer rating is 4.8 / 5
This has been a place of memories, comfort, tradition, and love for me and my family for as long as I can remember! My kids are now teenagers around the end of February every year they start really missing it and anticipating the opening for the season!!!
Ravae L
Well I love ice cream and I love the toppings and the cute clean cut kids who work there who always seem happy and outgoing. They're a good asset for the place. And it's always clean. Big plus
Mike P

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