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The best beach camping in New Jersey.

Camp among expansive vistas, shaded pine forests, and endless stretches of white sand beaches...New Jersey is where it's at.


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Jamie
Jamie: Quiet, lovely and private camping site. If you're looking to get away from everything...
Our beautiful grounds & bathroom facility
Our facility at night, camp sites just behind far building
Our on-site 45,000 gallon salt water pool
Local beach within 20 minute Uber or drive
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Evelyn
Evelyn: We currently offer eight camp sites for up to 25 people around a communal firepit...
Whether you’re looking to pitch your tent beneath the trees in a dense forest or along open expanses of shoreline, New Jersey has a campsite for you. In the summer, beach camping is a fun way to explore miles of scenic shoreline, fish, and catch some waves. Tom’s River and Cape May are both great options. If you’re looking to explore the New Jersey State Parks, two good choices Read more...
Whether you’re looking to pitch your tent beneath the trees in a dense forest or along open expanses of shoreline, New Jersey has a campsite for you. In the summer, beach camping is a fun way to explore miles of scenic shoreline, fish, and catch some waves. Tom’s River and Cape May are both great options. If you’re looking to explore the New Jersey State Parks, two good choices are Allaire State Park near Asbury park, and High Point State Park in Sussex, which offers tremendous views, especially when the leaves change color in the fall. In the Pine Barrens, visit Wharton State Forest for canoeing, hiking, wildlife watching, and a bit of history (the park is home to a former bog iron and glass-making center). This is also a great place to throw your tent and camping gear in a kayak or canoe and set off on a mission to explore some of the Pine Barrens’ less accessible areas. Many of the state's campgrounds are family friendly, so don't stress about traveling with the kids.
Tiny Cabin on a Private Lake
Tiny Cabin on a Private Lake
Tiny Cabin on a Private Lake
Tiny Cabin on a Private Lake
Tiny Cabin on a Private Lake
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Robin
Robin: Secluded resort-like property 5 miles from the beach! The best of both world's at NJ's...