The tent site is situated beneath a canopy of two large Red Oak trees. This property was formerly a farm and has since grown back to a pioneer Hardwood Forest. There are stone rows throughout the farm and some areas that have been cleared of invasive vegetation and planted with native grasses to enhance the deer population.
- Check in: After 12PM
- Check out: Before 12PM
- Cancellation policy: Moderate
- On arrival: Meet and greet
- Minimum nights: 2 nights
- Accepts bookings: 3 months out
- Response time: Within 6 hours
- Response rate: 100%
Offered on the Host's property or nearby.
Natural features you'll find at Twin Oaks in New Jersey.
Four wheel drive vehicle recommended.
Places to see near Twin Oaks
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This property is dope!
This property is dope! Very clean, cool campground- large stones to sit on and a beautiful views. Campsite is secluded, under a canopy of trees and there is an awesome meadow for stargazing with lots of wildlife traffic. They provided a bunch of firewood and the location was great - right by trails & the Delaware. Would definitely recommend and will plan to come back!
Fantastic private camping!
My husband and I spent Memorial Day weekend at Twin Oaks and loved the campsite Stephen hosted! It absolutely down poured the day of our arrival, but when we got to the campsite it was actually fairly dry and protected in the trees. We loved the private setting of the site and hearing the birds each day. We saw a deer grazing in the nearby brush one day and heard other animals at night, so this is definitely a great place for animal spotting.
The spot itself is fairly basic with a nice level spot to pitch your tent, a fire ring (with wood!), and a wooden table. We were able to park right out front of the site with our Hyundai Sante Fe, but I would note the small cabin where you can get water and use the toilet is either a fairly steep hike down, or you should drive. You may want to consider bringing a large vessel, or multiple vessels, to fill up your water all at once so you don't have to keep going back and forth. We really enjoyed the location too - it was an easy jumping off point for a visit to Bushkill Falls, kayaking down the Delaware, and hiking. We would absolutely recommend a stay here and would love to come back!
Camping with family.
Twin oaks was beautiful. I highly recommend it. There is only one spot so you can really just be your family not like other campsites where someone decides to blow up an air mattress at at 2 in the morning. If that person is you then this is the spot because you are alone. Good amount of shade with the trees. Very nice spot and host.
I was looking for an affordable and dog-friendly place to stay so I could hike in the Delaware Water Gap. This spot was very close to both the Mohican Outdoor Center and the Mt. Tammany trailhead, so it fit the bill.
Peaceful and quiet (ok, not that quiet, in early May the birds were out in force in the morning!). Nice to have access to a shower and bathroom down the hill in the cabin. I was kind of pushing it in my Prius on the access road up the hill, but I was fine, and just went slow.
Amazing and private campsite!
I absolutely loved staying on Stephen's land. I am a HUGE camper, grew up in the desert of Utah so I camp a lot. One of my biggest complaints about East Coast camping is how on top of everyone you are well... this Hipcamp is the opposite of that. Stephen's camp site on his property is very private. You can't see their house or anyone else around. The campsite is incredibly clean with plenty of space. Stephen provided us with ample fire wood as well. Stephen as a host was incredibly accommodating and friendly. He gave us great suggestions for hikes and other things in the area. Lastly, it was dog friendly which is a major bonus and if you are lucky you will get to meet his amazing Mastif, Wally! I absolutely recommend this place!
We loved tent camping at Twin Oaks! Unfortunately we only had one night to stay, but it was lovely! Stephen was so welcoming and friendly. He sent over two recent surveys of the bird species seen on the property before we arrived, met us at the entrance upon arrival, provided dry firewood, and spoke with us about the different environmental projects they've been doing. We will absolutely be back when we have more time to stay longer!