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The Garden State offers something special and unique for anyone camping in New Jersey. Whether viewing the beautiful fall colors in the Appalachian Mountains or spending a day or two skiing or snowboarding in winter, you'll find adventure while staying at one of the campgrounds in New Jersey. Just an hour or two east, you can enjoy the sun and sand at the Jersey Shore.
RV parks in New Jersey get you nearby all that the state has to offer. From Sandy Hook to the tip of Long Beach Island, you'll find endless fun with words like the greatest, the longest, and the largest. Six Flags Great Adventure, Wild
RV parks in New Jersey get you nearby all that the state has to offer. From Sandy Hook to the tip of Long Beach Island, you'll find endless fun with words like the greatest, the longest, and the largest. Six Flags Great Adventure, Wild Safari, and Hurricane Harbor offer you legendary theme park experiences. Wild Safari is the largest drive-through safari outside of Africa. Six Flags has one of the world's tallest and fastest coasters. Hurricane Harbor is one of the world's largest water parks.
There are 24 lighthouses listed in New Jersey. The 157-foot-high Cape May Lighthouse is still an aid to navigation. Visitors who climb the 199 steps to the top are rewarded with a spectacular panoramic view of the scenic Cape May peninsula. Thanks to the Friends of Barnegat Lighthouse, the edifice was illuminated again on January 1, 2009—150 years to the day that it was originally lit in 1859. While camping in New Jersey, stop by the Absecon Lighthouse in Atlantic City, which is New Jersey's tallest lighthouse. Visit the light keeper's dwelling and climb the 228 steps of the lighthouse—if you dare.
If hearing" Under the Boardwalk" on an oldies station brings you fond memories, then you can relive the fun of that earlier time while taking a stroll on the world-famous boardwalk of Atlantic City. Originally built in 1870 and only 12 feet wide, today the Boardwalk stretches almost 4.5 miles and is 40 feet wide. RV parks in New Jersey are located nearby all the glamour of this exciting city. The city's 11 hotel casinos feature top-name entertainers, world-class dining, premium shopping, and gaming.
Campgrounds in New Jersey are apt to be located under the Atlantic Flyway, so make sure to bring your binoculars and life list to mark down all the new bird species you'll see. To find more information, visit the Edwin B. Forsythe Wildlife Refuge in Oceanville, and learn more about the migratory birds that feed and nest there throughout the year.
If you wonder why New Jersey is called the garden state, visit the Delaware River's farm region and you'll wonder no more. Visit a farm; activities include hayrides, corn mazes, pick-your-own fruits and veggies, farm stands, school tours, festivals, winery tours and horseback riding. And where there are farms, they will be cowboys and cowgirls. While camping in New Jersey near Pilsgrove, take in the Cowtown Rodeo, the longest running rodeo in the country.
In New Jersey's mountainous region, go tubing down the Delaware River, snow ski at the Mountain Creek Ski Resort, or take a ride on the Delaware River Steam Train Excursion. Nothing says camping in New Jersey like catching a glimpse of a wolf and you can do this during a visit to the Lakota Wolf Preserve at Camp Taylor in Columbia.