Nothing beats a vacation near the ocean unless it is camping near the sea. New Jersey has plenty of coastline along her southern shore.
Here are small samplings of some of the campgrounds you can utilize when you plan your next camping trip to the Jersey Shore.
At Acorn Campground you will be just minutes from the excitement of Wildwood and the quaint charm of Cape May. The campground includes two pools for swimming including a kiddie pool, two ponds for fishing with no license required; free Wi-Fi internet hotspot, a game room and playgrounds for the kids.
The campground boasts 330 sites with 3 way hook ups and for those tent camping, shaded areas for the ultimate in comfort. Each side contains a fire ring and a picnic table.
Located in Cape May, New Jersey, Seashore Campsites are located just minutes from the beach. Seashore has been welcoming campers for more than 40 years. [Beach Camping]
All types of campers are welcome whether you have a pop up, an RV, a trailer or just a tent. There are 600 campsites set on 90 acres nestled in the woods.
A filtered lake, heated pool and a friendly staff are all in place to make your stay special. There is also a new camp store and modern bathhouses for your toiletry routine.
In the evenings during high season you can take a wagon ride, watch a movie, dance the night away or simply sit quietly at your campsite and soak in the peaceful atmosphere.
Ocean View Resort Campground
One of the largest campgrounds that are privately owned, Ocean View Resort Campground has a staggering 1173 campsites that are shaded and spacious complete with all modern conveniences for campers. Amenities include cable TV, fire rings and a picnic table for each site.
The campground is just three miles from some of New Jersey’s finest beaches where you can indulge in such pursuits as whale or dolphin watching, cruises, water parks, the boardwalks of Wildwood and a host of other activities to keep your family camping entertained.
So when it is time to decide upon a place to camp think no further than the Southern New Jersey shore. Beaches are just a small part of the attraction of the area. With so much to see and do, you may not spend too much time at your campsite.