A Directory and Guide to the Best New Jersey Campgrounds & RV Parks
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Camping New Jersey has listings and map links to all New Jersey Campgrounds and RV Parks in NJ and provides information about each of the Camping Regions in New Jersey, including seasonal information and links to featured local attractions to help you decide where to go, things to see and to give you lots of ideas about how to make your New Jersey camping experience fun and memorable.
Camping New Jersey provides descriptions & reviews for our featured New Jersey Campgrounds and RV Parks and is filled with detailed information about our featured campground's services and amenities.
Spring, Summer & Fall Camping in New Jersey
Camping season in New Jersey is year round with April through October being the most popular months to camp. See below for information about winter camping in NJ. Using our website, www.CampingNewJersey.net, you will find great places to camp in NJ and will discover fun and exciting vacation destinations in South Jersey, North Jersey and the Jersey Shore. Your camping trip in New Jersey will offer you with unique opportunities to experience the great outdoors, fun recreational activities, wildlife viewing and much more.
Southern Shore Campgrounds & RV Parks
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Atlantic City Campgrounds & RV Parks
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Jersey Shore Campgrounds & RV Parks
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Delaware River Campgrounds & RV Parks
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Skylands Region Campgrounds & RV Parks
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New Jersey Winter Camping
New Jersey Winter Campers can choose from 10 state parks and forests that offer camping facilities year-round. The New Jersey Division of Parks and Forestry website recommends Stokes State Forest with its panoramic vistas and winter activities like ice fishing, ice skating, sledding, snowmobiling and cross-country skiing. Jenny Jump State Forest in Warren County permits winter camping in shelters.
Wilderness Camping in NJ
These campsites are either online accessible by hiking or boating or are off limits to vehicles.
Round Valley Recreation Area
1220 Lebanon-Stanton Rd., Lebanon, NJ (908) 236-6355
Round Valley is one of the few parks that offers wilderness camping in New Jersey. The campsites on the eastern side of the reservoir are accessible only by hiking or boating. Venture out and find a spot! The brisk blue waters of Round Valley Reservoir attract swimmers, boaters, fishermen, picnickers and campers to its scenic shore. A reservoir swimming area was created by the construction of an earth dam. The reservoir covers over 2,000 acres and is over 180 feet deep, the deepest lake in New Jersey. It has a water capacity of 55 billion gallons. The reservoir is stocked with lake trout. Cross-country skiers and sledding enthusiasts congregate at Round Valley in the winter months.
Wharton State Forest
4110 Nesco Rd., Hammonton, NJ (609) 561-0024
Wharton State Forest is home to Batsto Village, a former bog iron and glassmaking industrial center from 1766 to 1867 that currently reflects the agricultural and commercial enterprises that existed here during the late 19th century. Throughout Wharton are rivers and streams for canoeing, hiking, mountain biking and horseback riding. Campsites at Bodine Field, Hawkins Bridge, Batona, Mullica River and Goshen Pond have hand pumps for water and pit toilets. Primitive campsites are available at Button Hill and Lower Forge (no running water). Mullica River and Lower Forge can only be accessed by hiking, canoeing or horseback.