From beaches to pine forests, RV campers have plenty of options in the Garden State.
Whether you're kayaking the Great Egg Harbor River near Ocean City, hiking the Appalachian Trail in Wawayanda State Park, or exploring the vast woods of the Pinelands, you'll have plenty of places to park your RV. Summers are best spent at the beach, and New Jersey has 130 miles of white sand beaches and coastline along the Jersey Shore to choose from. Head to resort towns like Cape May and Point Pleasant to be in the thick of things or escape to the Delaware Bay and Island Beach Beach Park for a more secluded experience. Look for cherry blossoms in Newark and wildflowers in Parvin State Park in the spring and fall colors in the Spruce Run Recreation Area. Few New Jersey state parks offer hookups, and amenities are usually seasonal, but look to New Jersey RV parks for year-round access, full hookups, and amenities such as pools, playgrounds, laundry facilities, and wifi.