Select and limited opportunities to stay within a nature sanctuary and private sculpture garden on 37 acres, backing up to 10,000 acres of protected marshes and forests. This is an artists and birder mecca, with 3 miles of hiking trails. You are 20 minutes from Cape May, 15 from Avalon, so beaches and nightlife are easy. You'll meet the owner and work out the best site for y
Select and limited opportunities to stay within a nature sanctuary and private sculpture garden on 37 acres, backing up to 10,000 acres of protected marshes and forests. This is an artists and birder mecca, with 3 miles of hiking trails. You are 20 minutes from Cape May, 15 from Avalon, so beaches and nightlife are easy. You'll meet the owner and work out the best site for your stay.
- Check in: After 2PM
- Check out: Before 12PM
- Cancellation policy: Moderate
- On arrival: Meet and greet
- Minimum nights: 2 nights
- Accepts bookings: 3 months out
- Response time: Within 12 hours
- Response rate: 100%
Offered on the Host's property or nearby.
Natural features you'll find at Sculpture Garden Sanctuary in New Jersey.
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A whimsical playground
We loved our weekend here! We were the only campers on property and felt like we had the place to ourselves to explore the winding pathways, artwork, and scenic views. We watched sunset each night on the marsh, spotted a bald eagle, deer, and wild turkeys. Stan gave us the option of 3 different campsites, and we chose #1 by the pond.
We enjoyed exploring some bay shore beaches and the local wineries and distilleries.
We hope to return in the fall!
Inspiring beautiful peaceful
The setting was beautiful. Stan was friendly. Great location. We stayed at the campsite by the pond. Plenty of privacy on the border of Stan‘s property and a beautiful tree nursery. Saw turkeys, egrets, kingfishers. I Hammock camped here. There was a brand new picnic table and a fire pit with a grill over it. I hope to return. Next time I’ll bring a camp toilet because the property toilet was limited availability… 8 AM to 4 PM. The spot for the tent had a nice cushiony layer of fresh mulch for comfort. I walked on moss trails, wetland trails. So much beauty to take in. The landscaping and sculptures would beckon me down many trails. Lots of stunning photo opportunities. Amazing site to walk to for unobstructed sunset view over horizon and Dennis Wildlife Management Area. Can hear cars on route 47 from camp site but nothing obnoxious. There was firewood waiting for us at the campsite. Many beautiful areas to explore nearby. Wawa 3 miles away. Enjoyed my tea and oatmeal while watching sunrise over pond from our campsite. It’s magical here.
10/10 would recommend
Stan’s place is truly a hidden gem, it’s so mysterious and beautiful! Campsite is hidden and feels private but all of the trails to see the sculptures are easily accessible and wonderfully intertwined. The views from this spot are unrivaled. Stan was so friendly and I cannot wait to get back!