Important note: This listing is for RVs and self-contained vehicles ONLY.
Enjoy relaxing by the Delaware River while watching Bald Eagles fly overhead and maybe watch them pull a fish from the river or take a trip down the river on your own tube or kayak while catching Small Mouth Bass.
Fort Delaware Roebling Bridge
Hike Jensen ledgesTen Mile River access
Or go to a concert at Bethel Woods and check out the museum and the original site of Woodstock
- Check in: After 2PM
- Check out: Before 12PM
- Cancellation policy: Super Strict
- On arrival: Go straight to camp
- Minimum nights: 2
- Accepts bookings: 3 months out
The vibe at Riverfront Camspite
If you stayed here and have some insider info for us, let us know!
We loved camping here! The river is gorgeous! The site is at the end of a dead end road so there is a lot of privacy. We walked 1/2 mile up the road and back several times and didn't see a single soul, great solitude. My husband had a great time fishing in the river. A little too deep and fast moving to swim in but still great. Lots of mosquitos, bring bug spray. The train track is right alongside the site so be prepared for a midnight freight train each night. A word of caution for RVs... if you cant fit under an 11 foot clearance, you won't make it under the bridge which is the ONLY access road to this site. We have a 10'6" trailer and made it with ease! All in all, we loved it here and will absolutely be back! Thank you Jason!
This is a really lovely spot on the river. The river is great and it is very pretty. But it is not private. It is basically a yard on the edge of a small town. It is right next to another yard and there's a bunch of houses just up the hill. There is nothing but grass between you and the camper on the next property. It is also right along the road. Although it is at the dead end, we were there on a holiday weekend and there was a LOT of traffic: joggers, strollers, people hanging out on the train tracks above and cars slowly driving by. In fact so many cars were slowly driving by or pulling into the dead end to hang out there that it felt a little creepy. One guy stopped with binoculars and scoped out our site for a while. Also the river was really busy with boaters and jeeps driving down to the water just across the river, so there was not much privacy on that side either. There is no bathroom at all and no wooded area or privacy. There were also a ton of mosquitoes. Bring a ton of spray and candles, etc! So overall, this is not a good spot for tent camping -- a bit creepy, buggy and not at all private. But if you have a locked trailer it might be a good spot for you. The view is nice. It is very pretty and the town is cute.