Best Campgrounds in New Jersey

This list represents the most popular campgrounds in New Jersey. Use this list to plan your next New Jersey campgrounds trip. Select a state and/or activity below to find even more top trails.

Nearly five million people visit the Delaware Water Gap National Recreation Area ...
Spruce Run Recreation Area, with its sandy freshwater beach, caters to Central Jersey’s ...
High Point State Park sits at the top of New Jersey in just about every way. Its 1,803-foottall ...
In 1822, businessman James P. Allaire headed south from Manhattan to found the Howell ...
The 85 campsites on the eastern shore of Round Valley Reservoir are among the most rustic ...
Tucked away in the northwestern corner of this private riverside RV park are 121 grassy ...
Wharton State Forest’s easternmost camping area is also its largest. Bodine Field Campground, ...
Set on a remote hillside on the ridge of the Kittatinny Mountains, this private campground ...
New Jersey’s first state forest has come a long way since it was acquired in 1905. ...
Cheesequake is the most urban state park in the densest, most urbanized state in the country. ...
New Jersey’s largest state forest has nine camping areas, with the capacity to hold more ...
Despite its unusual name, this gem of a county park is not a swamp overrun with gobbling ...
The shallow, gentle Delaware River hardly seems powerful enough to wash away a sandbar, ...
The physical distance between Atsion Family Campground (see page 149) and Goshen Pond ...
More scenic than Shotwell Camping Area (see next profile) but less rustic than Steam ...
Only a few private campgrounds in northern Jersey offer tent camping, and fewer ...
Cedar Creek Campground has tent sites, RV sites, cabins, and trailer rentals. It’s near ...
Shotwell Camping Area, just down the road from the forest office, is the most accessible ...
Setting up camp in the Delaware Water Gap along the Appalachian Trail isn’t something ...
Bergen County, with 933,500 people, has the largest human population of any of New Jersey’s ...
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