Camping in New Jersey

A visit to New Jersey offers something for everyone. From historical sites to award-winning golf courses, charming towns and the lights of Atlantic City. Plus, outdoor lovers will love exploring the splendor of New Jersey's landscape with its high mountain peaks, vast open spaces and lush forests that makes this state a popular destination for campers and RVers.
Landmarks

The Jersey Shore
127 Miles of white sandy beaches from Sandy Hook to Cape May featuring protected swimming beaches, boardwalks, amusements piers, surfing areas and excellent places to surf fish.

Atlantic City 
A thriving destination featuring world-renowned casino hotels, brand-name restaurants, unique attractions, headliner entertainment, championship golf, relaxing spas, upscale shopping and much more.  Atlantic City is  “Always Turned On”.

Wildwood Boardwalk

This legendary boardwalk is jam packed with fun inclduing three amusement piers featuring over 100 rides and attractions. Looking for world-class roller coasters and beachfront waterparks? You've found your next destination

Activities

Six Flags Great Adventure, Wild Safari and Hurricane Harbor
The park is home to some of the world’s tallest and fastest roller coasters, great family attractions, shows and more. At Wild Safari, experience the world’s largest drive-thru safari outside of Africa. The 45 acre Hurricane Harbor is one of the world’s largest water parks.

Xanadu Meadowlands  
This 4.8 Million square-foot complex is the ultimate sports, leisure, family entertainment and shopping destination in the US. An indoor snow dome, runaway fashion shows and outdoor amusements are just a few of the experience that await visitors.

Cultural Sites

Battleship New Jersey & The Camden Waterfront 
The most decorated battleship in U.S. Navy history.  It is permanently berthed on the Camden waterfront as a floating museum.  Tours feature a look inside the ship’s legendary 16-inch gun turrets, a visit to the Combat Engagement Center, the Bridge, Communications center, Captain’s and Admiral’s cabins, Officer’s Wardroom and mess areas.

Statue of Liberty & Ellis Island
Lady Liberty resides in her glory on Liberty Island which is open to the public daily.  Visitors will be offered a special insider’s view of the engineering marvels that are the Statue of Liberty.  Ellis Island is a tiny strip of land, now a historic attraction, is located in New York harbor near the New Jersey shore at which 16 million immigrants arrived in the US between 1892 and 1954. Ferry service to the Statue of Liberty and Ellis Island is easily accessed from Liberty State Park.

Monmouth Battlefield 
Monmouth Battlefield was the location of one of the largest battles of the American Revolution.  Located on the ground of the Monmouth Battlefield State Park includes an interpretive center, visitors center, picnic tables, playground, a restored Revolutionary War farmhouse, and battle reenactments.

Edison National Historic Site
Edison National Historic Site is the invention factory, laboratory and workshops of Thomas Edison the inventor where he developed the phonograph and the motion picture camera.