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From RVs to Tents in the Wilderness…
Whether your idea of camping out is a tent under the stars, your own RV, a three bedroom, two-bath cabin with satellite TV or something in between, today your options for the perfect Atlantic City camping and RVing adventure are practically limitless.

Add to that the wide variety of activities available-from hiking to kayaking, horseback riding, water parks, or fishing, plus specialized programs for all ages, and it's easy to see why camping continues to be America's favorite pastime.

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Atlantic City North Family Campground ... Nestled in the Pinebarrens of New Jersey, just 15 minutes drive from the beautiful beaches of Long Beach Island, and 30 minutes from the excitement of the casinos and boardwalk of Atlantic City. They offer free Long Beach Island passes in season. For your camping enjoyment the facilities include full hook up campsites with 50 amp service, camping cabins with heat, air conditioning and electric service and tent sites.

Amenities include an outdoor pool, a water playground, miniature golf, shuffleboard, horseshoe pit, and beach volleyball. In season our full time recreation director will provide planned activities for both children and adults.
Bass River State Forest Campground ... New Jersey's first state forest has come a long way since it was acquired in 1905. The Civilian Conservation Corps altered the landscape significantly in the 1930s, when they planted 4,500 acres of trails Bass River State Forest was the first forest acquired by the state of New Jersey in 1905 for public recreation, water conservation, and wildlife and timber management. Lake Absegami, a 67-acre lake created in the 1930's, is the center of the forest's recreational activities and provides an area for swimming and a serene setting for boating and canoeing. A trail through the Absegami Natural Area wanders through a pine/oak woods and a small Atlantic white cedar bog
Birch Grove Park Campground ... Easily the most affordable accommodation within the Atlantic City area, Birch Grove Park's shady sites offer a natural antidote for those sickened by gambling losses or by one too many zeppoli on the boardwalk.. Whether you're gazing at the stars in a sleeping bag amidst a peaceful lake seeking solitude or in the sheltered walls of a cabin in the New Jersey woods New Jersey's natural picturesque landscapes offer some of the most exciting camping experience in the Northeast. Home to over 100 privately owned campgrounds and 17 NJ State Parks the ideal camping experience is close at hand in New Jersey. Step off the beaten path and explore the rough and rugged 20 miles of Appalachian Trail at Wawayanda State Park raft down the Delaware Water Gap or pitch your tent at a wooded campground in the Pinelands. More than 25000 sites await visitors in every region of the state in all shapes and sizes accommodating every tent cabin or fully equipped RV.
Cedar Creek Campground ... Cedar Creek Campground has tent sites, RV sites, cabins, and trailer rentals. It's near beaches, boardwalks, forests, and man-made attractions. Cedar Creek Campground offers a perfect combination of location and amenities.  Both the Atlantic Ocean and Barnegat Bay are within a 10 mile reach, and every convenience imaginable is immediately at hand! With the region's outstanding woodlands, creeks and streams literally beginning within the campground, it's easy for you to see why Cedar Creek offers its guests the greatest variety of activities in New Jersey.

Perhaps best of all is the outstanding canoe rental and livery service which operates right out of the campground.  A wide variety of trips have been pre-planned for the novice through the experienced.  Whether a quiet, leisurely one-hour paddle, or six hours of adventure, beautiful Cedar Creek and the famous New Jersey Pine Barrens are sights to behold and an experience to remember.  Superb ... but, now more than ever , only one of the many recreational opportunities available to campers at Cedar Creek!

North Wildwood Camping Resort ... The Cape May peninsula is 16 miles long, 8 miles wide, and features more than a dozen campgrounds. Many more line US 9 north of the peninsula. Nearly all of these campgrounds densely pack in RVs; North Wildwood Camping resort has the most pristine, rustic, wilderness sites in the Garden State. There is a tent section and is therefore a beacon of light amongst the glut of southern coastal RV parks. The RV section of North Wildwood looks similar to neighboring campgrounds , but continue driving past the 11 small hookup lanes to the very end. A small, dedicated tenting loop sits on a northern spur apart from the other sites. There is no underbrush between sites, but there are trees and shade above the tents. Tent campers are not shoved in amongst the RVs here; they have their own real estate and are given the respect they miss at many RV parks
Riverwood Park Campground ... It's free to camp with a permit at Dover Township's Riverwood Park, but you have to pay in sweat. Only one of the six sites is accessible from a motor vehicle
Surf And Stream Campground ... From the outside, Surf and Stream Campground looks like another in a long line of generic RV parks that are located near the shore. Located minutes from the Garden State Parkway, just (10 miles) 15-20 minutes from the area's most popular beaches, including Seaside Heights, Seaside Park, Island Beach State Park, Lavallette, Ortley Beach, One hour from the casinos and the boardwalk of Atlantic City

Campground Features at a Glance

  • Full-size swimming pool
  • Kiddies Pool
  • Playground
  • Horseshoes
  • Picnic area on Tom's River
  • Wireless Internet
Timberline Lake Camping Resort ... Tent camping isn't just for people. Dogs like to sleep outdoors too.

Timberline Lake Camping Resort offers peaceful, quiet, and relaxing camping right in the heart of the New Jersey Pinelands and Shore Region. Located between Long Beach Island and Atlantic City, Timberline Lake is in the midst of the Pinelands, a 650,000 acre wilderness area abounding with wildlife, meandering rivers and tranquil lakes. All of the ingredients for a true “back to nature” vacation are waiting for you ... plus the excitement of the Atlantic City casinos and boardwalk only 25 minutes away! Fresh and saltwater fishing, swimming and boating are favorite area sports, along with crabbing and hunting. Canoeing on Timberline Lake and area streams is by far the best in the Mid-Atlantic region.

From Long Beach Island to Atlantic City, we have all the fun and excitement to pack into your summer vacation. Enjoy the area amusement parks, historical sites and winery tours while staying at Timberline Lake. But most of all, enjoy getting back to nature in our quiet, secluded setting!

Sites and Facilities
• Spacious wooded and lakefront sites • New Cabin Rentals • New RV Rentals •
• 50'x70' swimming pool • Free cable TV on all sites •
• Clean restrooms • Free hot showers • Laundromat •
• Camp store (groceries, ice & RV supplies) •
• Family TV lounge • Recreation hall • Game room •
• Ping pong • Large softball / recreation field •
• Guarded lake beach / boat rentals – weekends •
• Recreation program with social director – weekends •
• Playground • Horseshoe pit • Hayrides •
• Volleyball • Softball • Basketball •
• Fun fishing in our 30-acre lake •
• Dump station • Portable dumping service •
• Some sewer sites available •

Seasonal sites available with year round running water,
sewer, 50-amp electric service and expanded cable TV.