the Jersey Shore
When camping along the Jersey coastline,
you will have easy access to 130 miles of
pristine beach that you can enjoy anytime of
the year. After a long day at the beach and
a visit to the boardwalk, ice cream parlor or
shops, it’s time to unwind by the campfire
and remember why you came on vacation in
the first place. Whether it’s family bonding,
a friends-only adventure or a romantic
getaway, a trip back to nature is the ideal
setting for memories to be made, especially
around the campfire.
Photo courtesy of NJCOA
Let your adventure begin at a campground where can you swim with a
view of the mountains, hike under pine trees and play on the beaches.
From the northern edge to the southern tip, New Jersey offers the best
in tent camping, campsites, RV hook-ups, specialty lodging and cabins.
New Jersey campgrounds offer a wide variety of unique camping
options, including tepees, deluxe cabins, yurts, tree houses, retro
campers or a covered wagon.
Busy lives make it hard to relax, unplug and enjoy family time, but
camping can be as laid back or busy as you want—it’s your choice
when you stay at a New Jersey campground. For those seeking action,
the possibilities are endless. Most campgrounds have activities planned
throughout the year, and all have amenities that practically ensure an
enjoyable time. From swimming pools and swimming lakes, lakes
for kayaking, canoeing and fishing, and rivers for tubing, to mini-golf,
bocce, horseshoes, shuffleboard and pickleball. Our campgrounds also
offer game rooms, fitness centers, recreation halls and even Zumba
classes for those rainy days. No need to leave the fun for a quick bite,
most of our campgrounds offer a snack bar. The whole family will be
entertained, and without electronics. If you want to connect with the
outside world, New Jersey campgrounds have WiFi and cable available
for your convenience.
Camping in New Jersey is an adventure, offering countless options for
everyone. No matter what type of adventure you are looking for, you will
want to visit them all, and you may not want to leave. With plenty of fun
and unique campground experiences to choose from, you may never
For a New Jersey Campground and RV Park Vacation Guide, email
email@example.com, write to NJCOA, PO Box 808, Marmora, NJ 08223,
call 609-545-0145 or visit www.GoCampingNJ.com.
Photo by J. Freeman