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31 RV Parks near Clermont, New Jersey
We did however find 31 campgrounds within 25 miles of Clermont. You can also find a list of cities with campgrounds or RV Parks near Clermont in the left hand column.
Jul 2017 - $45.00
My family and I visited this campground for a 6-night stay. It was not a pleasant experience. Adventure Bound Campgrounds are not created and run equally as we have been to one in Lancaster County, PA that was wonderful. The staff at this resort pretended to be helpful, but weren't. We had issues with the electric that took them four days to fix. We had to plug into another site and that was fine until people checked in on that site. There was a TENT CITY that was filled with more people than should be allowed on a site and they just walked through the gate, many of them without paying. They stayed up all night playing their music very loudly and were quite rude. One man decided to just urinate outside near the other campsites. We told management about this and they were going to tell them to leave, but they didn't. It was the most horrible camping experience we have ever had. The arcade was misused (vandalized) so they locked that up. There weren't the activities for children that are normally available at campgrounds. Stay away from this "resort" unless you are into the tent city scene and then invite your 100 relatives to join you. Just park outside the gate and walk in with your coolers...it's all good. - brenehuns
May 2015 - $92.00
My family and I have been camping for over 18 years. We have been to over 10 or more different campgrounds around PA and NJ. I have two major complaints about this place. One is that the bathrooms were very dirty at all different times of the day, the floors were always wet and muddy and trash was all over the place. Second is that the manager walks around at 11:05 p.m. and tells everyone to turn OFF their radios. I have never experienced this at any other campground I have been to. I always thought that "quiet hours" were meant to be considerate and courteous towards other campers. Here, it seems that quiet hours mean time to go to bed. My wife and I were listening to music on our cell phone at a very low volume and the owner insisted that we turn it off altogether. One more thing to mention and think about before camping here is that the campground consisted of almost 80%-90% Mexican/Brazilian campers. There is a large tenting section in the back of the campground which the sites were right on top of each other. It was like "Tent City". To sum it up, the biggest negative of this campground is the manager walking around at 11:00 p.m. and telling people that it was basically time to go to bed.
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Jul 2011 - $60.00
This is one of the worst campgrounds that we have stayed at. The bathrooms were filthy. The sites are small. Very few full hook up sites and only a few water & electric with 30/50 amp. This campground is more for tent's or pop ups. You only could get Wi-Fi in the office or by the pool.This campground is loud and noisy. The store was fairly well stocked with almost everything you would need. That's the only good thing about this park. I definitely would not stay here again. - ty1spooky2
Aug 2013 - $48.00
We make an annual visit to Shellbay Campground and are never disappointed. The bathrooms and showers ($.25/4 min) were clean and uncrowded. The pool and hot tub were clean and refreshing. This is truly a family friendly campground. My children always meet new friends at the pool. They enjoy biking around the paved roads. They also enjoy the activities offered at the campground: Bingo Night, Sunday Church Services, the Cancer Fair (raise money for research), etc. I have been coming every summer for 40+ years and it gets better each year. - dmaerz
Jun 2012 - $50.00
Pool was great, has water slide that kids loved, along with spa pool and kiddie pool. Playground was ok, was nice that they have toys to play in sand with. Also has basketball and tennis courts and bocce ball area. No scheduled activities. Mostly seasonals, but everyone was friendly and quiet. Roads were narrow (should be made one way streets in my opinion). Sites were nice and shady on sand/grass but were oddly positioned. - happytrails76
Aug 2011 - $45.00
Every time we come to Shellbay Campground, we expect to spend a lot of time at the beach and some time at the campground. However, we enjoyed the amenities at Shellbay so much, we spent most of our days there. The large pool is great with a kiddie pool, hot tub, slide, and plenty of space to lay out. The kids enjoy swimming and playing. They also enjoy the playground and just riding their bikes around the campground. A new addition this year is a community bike path 1/4 mile from the campground entrance. This paved path allowed us to ride our bikes 2.8 miles to the Camp May County Zoo. The staff at Shellbay are always friendly and seek to make your stay memorable and pleasant. We have been coming here for years and find the campground better each time we come. - dmaerz
Aug 2018 - $51.00
Very nice campground with security at entrance. Many family amenities. Nice to just take a walk in the evening and enjoy the area. - Teddi2
May 2017 - $40.00
The Passport discount for 2 of the 3 nights allowed. I wouldn't think this park is good value at $55 a night. They don't have a clue on what sites can fit a 41' 5th wheel. We were given 183; I made it in but reeeal tight. Now considering there were over 100 sites open for all 3 nights they certainly could've given me a better fit to get in. I shouldn't have told them I have PA when I booked, I should've got a good site first then told them I'm PA. The hookups are at the back of sites; my cable wasn't long enough. Water was good. Roads a little tight for big rigs. 15 minutes from Cape May. - North America in 90 days
Apr 2017 - $26.00
I would suggest that the two poor reviews here might reflect more on the reviewers and not the location. I called for a same day reservation and was told I could have my choice upon arrival. Being early in the season, we pretty much had the choice of any of the W/E sites. Yes, there are permanent model homes here but for the most part, the overnight spots are separate from them and closer to the main office, bath house, pool, etc. Very nice spot in a good location. As for the shower charge, if I was paying full price and not Passport America, I'd be a tad miffed but since no NJ state parks offer hookups, I can overlook that. Also, I found the staff to be quite nice and polite. One of the ladies even found us one of their old stickers for our trailer! - MSSW
Aug 2018 - $1.00
Trees and stumps trees and stumps and more trees and stumps. This place is NOT big rig friendly as a matter a fact it's dangerous! A place cleared for bigger rigs would be nice. Trim out trees would make it neat. In my opinion it's messy and dirty. Dust everywhere. Sites very narrow (again due to trees and stumps) no satellite. Staff was great. Pool nice. These are the only things I can say are nice. Everything else ruff. This place has potential but we will probably avoid this campground in the future. - PWMC58
Jul 2018 - $1.00
Let''s start with the positive; we were here when the temperatures were in the 90's and the wooded sites protected us and gave us plenty of shade. The lake with the beach was a nice change from the pool, and was close by to our site. The gentleman that checked us in was wonderful and patient considering this was a holiday week. Kudo's to him!!! The rest of the staff was friendly enough, but it was an effort. Quiet hours are respected and followed. Downside: They take reservations but you have to find your own site, which I've experienced with other Thousand Trail campgrounds and feel that it is an incovenience to members of Thousand Trails. We have a 40' motorhome with a toad and had to unhook the toad so we could navigate the roads within the campground. Unless they have space near the front of the campground and/or you have kind neighbors(which we did)who help you navigate into your site, It is a tough campground for big rigs. The seasonals had the best sites that seemed to be large enough for two campsites, otherwise you are close to your neighbor. - leen
Jun 2018 - $1.00
We stayed at Sea Pines for 3 nights under a Thousand Trails membership that we received when we bought our Travel Trailer. The check-in process with quick and easy and the staff was courteous and competent. They provided us with a map of the campground with the sites that were available. My partner and I chose a site near one of the two bath houses since we had 4 people in our TT and only one small bathroom. The sites were clearly marked but the abundance of trees made it tricky to get into the site. The site was very spacious and we had plenty of room for the provided picnic table and fire ring as well as for putting out our slide out and awning. Lots of families with young children at this campground. There is a pool and lake for swimming and at the other end of the lake is a catch and release fishing area. There is a game room and camp store available. Because you are in the Jersey pine area, the sites are dirt and sand - this made for continuous clean out of the trailer and our outside rug. One observation - the squirrels are very used to people and are brazen enough to come right up to you to beg for food. DO NOT leave any trash or food outside your camper or tent - it will be confiscated by the squirrels. - JVRich
Jul 2011 - $62.00
Very nice campground. The sites were large and shaded, on sandy soil. There are lots of seasonal sites but we were not near them so that was nice. The bathhouses are basic, but clean and very large. The pools are wonderful. One for playing games (volleyball) and one for relaxing (has a 1ft kiddie pool at the end). Only thing is that they close the pool at 7pm. Could have been until 9pm at least. The Wi-Fi is located at the game room and is perfect for checking emails and what not. Campground is close to grocerys and Wal-Mart and other stores. Also close to Wildwood beach. However there is a tremendous amount of traffic to reach the beach, we spent a lot of time stopped at red lights! Staff was friendly, park is very secure, with gate cards necessary to enter. Our kids could ride their bikes freely until 8pm as cars do not go fast in the campground, we very much appreciated that. Overall very nice campground, good price, close to beach, wonderful pool. - Mellybelly
Jul 2011 - $62.00
Where to start? When we first booked, I was a little nervous because there have not been any recent reviews. Were my concerns warnted? Half and half. We had friendly service from the moment we booked till the time we left. We did arrive way before check in and we were not charged for that. There are 2 fishing ponds but not easily accessable. They are surrounded by seasonals, tall grass and a lot of bugs due to the stagnet water. There are also 2 pools, one has a 1ft. Kiddie pool which was nice. The hours to the pool were only from 11am - 7pm - didnt make sense since office was open till 10pm. There were no kid activities which we knew when booking. There were a lot of horse flies and the bugs were bad. We were not able to eat outside at all during the week. Like previous reviews, there are a lot of seasonals. We happened to be placed in between several of them. Many will walk right though your site (under your awning) as they feel a sence of ownership due to being a seasonal. We did not use the bathhouses but I did take a quick look inside. Looked clean and primative, nothing fancy. This campground is about 15mins. from the Wildwood beach. If we come to the area again, we will not stay here again unless we are on a very tight budget. They are cheaper than most campgrounds in the area and give the 7th night free. Our site flooded when we got a good rain. site was mostly sand with a little bit of gravel. Site was also well shadded. Just too many seasonals and not being able to use the fishing ponds and limited pool hours were not working for us. - mommabair
Jul 2007 - $45.00
As others have stated, there are FAR too many shanty style seasonal sites. We even saw a few pop-ups with additions and enclosed porches attached (yes, pop-ups). That being said, the store and game room were nice and clean, the pool and grounds in general were clean and well landscaped. If they did something to help clean up the folks that built second homes onto their campers they would have a very nice campground! We will be looking to stay elsewhere next year when we go to Wildwood, this campground was just too much like a trailer park for our tastes. - P.JDiesel
Aug 2015 - $42.00
This is a great campground, located very strategically for visiting the best shore points. The staff are very efficient and professional, the facilities are clean and very well kept, the sites are pretty spacious. Our site had 4 small pieces of litter but we had arrived early so I expect they would have been cleaned up otherwise.
Seasonal campers definitely dominate the population, and Canadian campers make up a large portion of the transient population; everyone we met was friendly.
The pools are co-located and had a life guard for both. There were many families and the kids all behaved appropriately with plenty of room for our kids to play.
The roads were a bit narrow, but that meant there is plenty of tree cover.
The green head flies from the nearby marsh could be a real pain, but only affected us one day. Apparently this depends on the wind direction.
The marshlands that surround both of the camp locations have greater bird watching opportunities.
We checked out another local mega-campground; it had more amenities but it was too big for us to be sure we knew where are kids would be. It had a lot of golf carts for permanent sites which is a turn off as well. We saw no carts at Nummy.
The bathrooms at King Nummy were exceptionally clean. They charge 25 cents for a 5 minute shower which was plenty of time for me. A quick rinse shower is in the bath house but you have to hold the handle.
We will go to King Nummy again. - ArEfBee
Jun 2015 - $44.00
This is a great park. Full hookups, clean and not overcrowded ! The location is perfect... you're less than 20 minutes from Cape May, Wildwood Stone Harbor. The park itself is very family oriented with lots of friendly people. The location might lend to biting bugs at times given conditions but this came and went. I really appreciated the clean bathrooms / I don't mind feeding quarters into a shower meter if the bathrooms are clean! - Jim and Ben
Aug 2014 - $44.00
This a great family run campground. From the time you stop in the office to register to the time you leave you can be sure that the owners will be there for your every need or to take care of any problems you may have. From their well stocked store, great swimming pools and clean bath and showers. Weather you are one of the seasonal residents or just there for a week or two rest assure you will have good time. This was the host site for the Annual King Nummy Trail Horseshoe Tour. for 20 years. All of the campers and participants want to Say THANK YOU to all those who helped for your support of this event each year. See you all soon. From the Back Yard Boys - skiphen
Oct 2017 - $40.00
Been to this location at least 6 times over the past few years. Never had any major or minor issues till my last night on 10/12/17. I am sitting no less than 8 feet from the fire pit with all the wood contained inside the fire ring. I am a Eagle Scout and know how to watch a fire. A guy out of know where in the dark comes up to me asking me to make sure I watch out for the fire. ( I was sitting watching the fire as stated above). Told the guy I know how to watch a fire. In a Bragging tone he says he is the owner of the campground and starts to walk away. I guess my issue is-. What was the reason to come up to me? If I was not sitting in front of the fire, yes. Say something. But no reason to be bothered and Interrupt my evening that I paid for at the campground. I rented a 1 room cabin for 3 nights. The beds are very uncomfortable, a little better than sleeping on a rock and the air conditioning in the cabin did not work. I doubt I will return. Reported what happened the next morning to the manager (?) with a response of little care. - Mightyfur
Jul 2012 - $62.00
The entrance to the park is very nice and clean; excellent impression. The staff was so/so. One was nice and pleasant, the next not so much. I called prior to arrival to see if we could check in early. I told the girl I would pay for the night but couldn't get there til the morning. She said the site was empty (2 weeks prior to checking in), but she would note my file and if it was empty the night before they would accommodate. I called the day before and the site was still open. Keep in mind I told them I would pay for the extra night, but couldn't get there until the next morning. I was told NO because someone may come in during the evening for a site. Really? I was willing to pay the $62 for an extra night, but they wanted to see if someone would come in off the street for a spot? I guess they thought maybe they could have gotten $100 for a last minute overnight rental. Either way their greed got the best of them and they lost the $62 I was willing to pay for early check in. Attached to the store is an adult lounge where the Wi-Fi is available. Next to that is a game room; air conditioned with a nice assortment of games. All three of these facilities are immaculate. The pool area is somewhat small for the size of this campground. Chairs that weren't broken were hard to find. On the weekend, both pools were packed to the point where you are just getting kicked in the back and jumped on. That was ok because we were here for the beach and used the pool very little. The showers, bathrooms and laundry across from the pool were also immaculate. Now on to the bad part which is the cause of the low rating. We were assigned to a spot in the "P" section behind the pool. Our site was so unlevel that one side of our camper was raised 4" off the ground! The site was made up of stones and what appeared to be concrete debris. This broken up stone destroyed our patio mat as when you walked on the mat the sharp pieces of concrete went right through it! It was also very hard on your ankles to walk across this site because the size of this debris varied (some pieces the size of tennis balls), and we all found our ankles to be rolling on the rocks. The water and cable hookup for the site next to ours was right in the middle of our own site! Not in the back; not in the front, but right smack in the middle of our site. Not very comfortable or convenient. We were thankful to have a very nice couple next to us at first. It seemed like minutes after they left in comes the next camper. This person had his son helping him and I'm not sure either one of them knew what they were doing because, yes, they pulled the lever for their BLACK TANKS! Gallons and gallons of crap came flying out. They were from out of the country, and apparently had a long trip. I was sitting not 3 feet away from this, on my postage stamp. Truly the most disgusting thing I have ever seen. While this is not the fault of the campground, they should have staff overseeing the transition of their campers. Needless to say that ended our trip of being able to sit out and eat dinner. They claim the site we were given, they put 40' rigs on. There is no way a rig of that size can fit onto these sites properly. I understand it's all about the money, but when you are being charged a premium to be packed in like a sardine, it's not worth it, especially if you can't open your slide or awning, or both. It also was a safety issue as we kept tripping over the water and cable lines for the next site that were placed in the middle of our site. Additionally, we believe this site must have been dug up repeatedly because of the high middle ground. Another issue with the site was the flies. Never have I seen flies so bad! Was this site a septic site? Behind our camper towards the brush had a horrible smell of urine. Possibly, or were people using the brush as a toilet. We did see campers down the row from us dumping garbage into the brush behind their camper. Once again, I believe that is the campground's fault. They have lots of staff sweeping and starting leaf blowers at 8:00 am, but no one to assist or make sure things are ok. The office just looks at you and says: "Sorry." The sites in the back of the park are wooded with a bit more breathing room, but appeared to be quite difficult to get into as some are between trees, sites, and at odd angles with very narrow one way roads. If our site wasn't so miserable, it would have been a good stay. - campincrew
Jul 2011 - $62.00
My wife & I camped here to be near a butterfly exhibit. I'm also trying all of the CG's I can in NJ as we live in NJ and we are looking for a perm home CG. We had one of new sites behind the pool which was close to the pool which was nice. The negatives were broken stone for pad for trailer to set on; preventing me from going barefoot. Site were very close together and the maintenance people started early on Sat and Sun preventing late sleep in. A previous review said they were able to get Wi-Fi at these sites we weren't. - GlennNJ
Jul 2018 - $85.00
A large park that is part of the Sun RV network. The park is very large with most of the sites occupied by park models. They have a few RV sites up front for the transient, or short stay, visitors. The park has great amenities with all of the standards, plus tennis, basketball, volleyball, pickle ball, and horseshoe courts along with two large pools. We were in a pull through site that was plenty long enough for a large rig and toad. The parking area of the sites are asphalt with a gravel area between sites that includes a fire pit and picnic table. The park has a gated security and working wifi. See our full pictures and reviews at our blog at thegilliamsisland. - Gary Gilliam
Sep 2017 - $55.00
Nice large campground now owned by Sun RV Resorts. Most of park is permanent mobile home sites. We were in a pull through site near the entrance. Good water pressure. Cable tv and Tengo wifi. The entrance is 13' 1" but there is an open entrance & exit to one side (right as you enter). The trees can be pruned a bit better to accommodate taller rigs especially when passing another vehicle and the site I was in. Overall, it's a nice park. - endlessreach
Jul 2015 - $50.00
We stayed here only for a weekend, very clean park. The park is majority seasonal campers/residents. We were only able to get a water/electric hook up due to it being summer. We would stay here again if in that area. - EastPAcamper
Sep 2016 - $55.00
We really like this place - it's our favorite at the Jersey shore. Clean, newer facilities, with a very nice pool. Much smaller park than Driftwood, which is across the street so it's quieter. Sites in the new section are easier to level. It's predominantly a seasonal park but they are newer and very well maintained. About 10 min drive to Sea Isle City and 15 min to Avalon. - JPMac
Jul 2009 - $2.00
This campground has sold out to the nearby Driftwood Resort and is being converted to an "all-seasonal" resort. Pass on it. - revdon64
Jun 2007 - $36.00
My kids love the lake that you swim in, its fun and relaxing. And the camp is not really too far from Wildwood. - RDewitt
Oct 2017 - $36.00
We stayed 2 nights - clean restrooms/showers and hookups worked well. The wifi is weak, especially in the evening. The majority of people here seem to stay for the entire season. It was interesting to see the variety of Airstreams while walking around, but they are very close and we could not open our windows due to our neighbors sitting outside smoking and listening to football games on an outdoor tv. The location is convenient to touring the area. - thesnus
Jul 2016 - $22.00
Private RV park for Airstream owners only. - Airstreamer Mike