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Belleplain State Forest

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Belleplain
Belleplain
Belleplain
Belleplain

Belleplain State Forest, New Jersey

No matter the season there is outdoorsy goodness and fun to be had at Belleplain State Park. In the summer choose between swimming, fishing and boating on Lake Nummy. Afterwards why not try hiking, Read more...
No matter the season there is outdoorsy goodness and fun to be had at Belleplain State Park. In the summer choose between swimming, fishing and boating on Lake Nummy. Afterwards why not try hiking, mountain biking or horseback riding among the various forested trails. Adrenaline junkies and motor lovers can check out Mount Pleasant State Off-Road Vehicle Park which has been added to the buffet of activities this park offers. In the winter try your hand at ice fishing, snowmobiling or cross country skiing. If you can’t bear to leave your furry friend at home when you camp, never fear, there is a pet-friendly camping area calling your (or your dog’s) name.
South Shore Campground
Enveloped by the surrounding twenty-one-thousand acres of Belleplain State Park, This campground is...
North Shore Campground
Flanked by pine, oak and Atlantic White Cedar forest, North Shore Campground sites are laid out in an...
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Cedar Creek
Alex
Alex: We loved the site, Tim the site owner was quick with his responses and easy to communicate with. The...
Nu Mosa' Farms
Debbie
Debbie: Nu Mosa' Farms was started in 2011. Both being of Native American decent we came up with the name Nu...
Between the Ponds
Kristel
Kristel: So beautiful and quiet. The site is literally between two ponds. Michele was an amazing host, gave us...
RV Site on Horse Farm
Ezekiel
Ezekiel: Paul our hosts is absolutely awesome! His horse farm is absolutely beautiful, we had such a great time...
Katie's Retreat
Emma
Emma: Hosts could not have been more accommodating! I felt welcome and comfortable my whole stay, so...
Frontier Campground, woods view
Frontier
Frontier: Pitch your tent, rv, pop-up, or, stay in one of our Tree Houses, or, Safari Tents in our beautiful...
Quite Country Farmette
katona
Katona: You need a quite escape away. This is a serene place to stay & create an outdoors experience.
Historic Farm Camp
Brian
Brian: The house is absolutely gorgeous! You can camp anywhere you want, there's plenty of field and trails...
Homestead Campground Camp
Kj
Kj: Family-friendly activities abound within the campgrounds. We hold regular horseshoe tournaments and...
Lodge on Sustainable Farm
Adventures With
Adventures With : Visiting the lodge at Tullamore Farms was a fantastic experience. Taking a weekend trip to the lodge...
Jaggers Point Campground
If you’re looking for a lakeside retreat, it doesn’t get much better than Jaggers Point and Island...
Serene Horse Farm
Chantilly
Chantilly: This farm is an absolute gem, and completely worth the trip. There are three sites to choose from- I...
Elk Neck Campground
Mallory
Mallory: Just got back from camping at Elk Neck a few days ago. Overall, the campsite was very nice. The sites...
Bodine Field Camping Area
Bodine Field Campground is situated alongside the area’s wading river, a must-see to any Wharton State...
Mullica River Camping Area
Located alongside the campground’s namesake Mullica River and hugging trail, this is a doozy...
Buttonwood Hill Camping Area
Topher
Topher: Buttonwood Hill is the first campground when hiking the Batona Trail South to North (Bass River to...
Lower Forge Camping Area
Topher
Topher: Lower Forge is my favorite campsite on the Batona Trail, but there are some things that are incorrect....
Batona Camping Area
Lee Ann
Lee Ann: Just a little over an hour from Philly this is a great weekend spot. Clean, primitive with no showers...
Atsion Campground
After a day of swimming at Astion Lake why would you want to drive home? Stay the night in your tent...