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30 RV Parks near Erma, New Jersey
We did however find 30 campgrounds within 25 miles of Erma. You can also find a list of cities with campgrounds or RV Parks near Erma in the left hand column.
Jul 2019 - $50.00
Absolutely the worst place I ever stayed. 95% of the campground is seasonal with park model homes a campers set-up permanently . The campsites are at the back of the campground near the swamp. Site D10 where I was at was surrounded with 1960 vintage campers on blocks, paint peeling, and green mold. There was a rat the size of a small cat under the camper next to me. This is the first campground I ever stayed at without anti-siphon safety valves on the water. Then I get home to find I was charged a HIDDEN "Resort Fee" of $4/day but they had no "resort" amenities. It appears that the owners have absolutely no concerns about the quality of the campground in the back sections - the front where the permanent homes are had very nice upkeep. Don't stay here unless you absolutely need to. - CharlieVT
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 2019 - $1.00
I had to move the motorhome out of the driveway for three days while it was being sealed coated so that it could dry so the wife says let’s go down the shore OK. The only reservation I could get was sea Pines. I’ve been here before and knew what I was getting into. We got what seem to be the last sewer site on a Tuesday afternoon. It was a very tight spot between two permanent residence (see the pictures). My sewer hook up was on the wrong side of the RV but I prepare for things like this and had an extra long sewer hose that reached. We were parked within 5 feet of a fire pit but thankfully the neighbor did not use it. She also kept her garbage on the porch of her semi permanent rental unit. I thought this was supposed to be a campground or an RV resort but I’m afraid this is more of a cheap place for somebody to live. The roads are all sand and crushed down and when they are dry they are dusty and dust goes everywhere! When it rains the giant potholes filled with water and turn into mud pits. I have returned home but I have never felt so dirty before. The pool is very cloudy and I didn’t go in anyway because there is too many Rugrats that we’re just taking over there is no adult swim here. Water pressure is so low I had to use the water in the tanks to take a shower. This is a great location if you want to go to the Jersey shore but be prepared to feel dirty and smelly and lots of Ants and biting flies. While walking my dog this morning I observed daddy long legs protecting his territory against the other two daddy long legs they were fighting. Nature at its finest. I had to trim the branches that were hitting the top of the motorhome with the the pole pruner that I always carry for such a job. Many trees need trimming in this place. I think I’ve said enough please observe my pictures of the left and the right side of my campsite and noticed what I had to look at for my three day stay. Then notice how my car looked when I hooked it up to the tow dolly filthy. - Ski Bum
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
Jul 2019 - $20.00
Thousand Trails/Encore Membership campground, $20 was add on rate, not full price rate. Enjoyed our stay there, seasonals around us were very nice people. - GerryBier54
Aug 2018 - $20.00
I honestly worried coming into this park after reading online reviews. I stayed here with the Trails Collection program of my Thousand Trails stay, so it was only $20/night. We are in a 43' rig and I worried after hearing about how crazy tight the roads back into the campground were. Due to our size, we were put into the spots up front. They are grassy and in full sun. The one we got had a nice size yard between me and the next camper. The negatives to our spot: the water + electric hookups were on the wrong side of the camper and at the very rear. With an electric power inlet at the middle of my camper, I wouldn't have been able to plug in without an extension. The other negative is the sewer connection at the site: it's angled at like 45-degrees and wasn't threaded. Being able to hook into it meant I needed a weird stack of leveler blocks and rocks to hold it all together. The good, however- the pool area was absolutely stunning. We live in our rig and have traveled for years and this was literally one of the nicest pools we've seen. It's a great layout with the shallow 1' area up to the 5' area and then even over on that side is a ledge that's submerged. Our interactions with the staff - from the groundskeeper to the front office were all professional and pleasant. - LearnToRV
May 2012 - $36.00
There are only 9 RV sites available at this time. The remaining sites are all permanent single-wides. All sites are tree shaded. No way to get satellite TV. Cable TV is very good with plenty of channels. Sites can be very rough, parking on dirt. Park amenities are quite a distance from the sites, as is the trash dumpsters and laundry. Must pay completely in advance when making reservations. PA discount available, but restricted. Check it out. This is a Morgan RV Resorts property. Good location, 8 miles from Ocean City and 25 miles from Atlantic City. Owners/manager(s) not on site when we arrived. Two young men helped us park, and we needed the help. Roads are very narrow. Drop towed before parking. - kipmeister
Oct 2019 - $50.00
I stay here when another campground in the area closes for the season. They're very friendly but the golf carts have to go. There are 600 sites here and at any given time there are 200 to 250 carts moving about with children driving them with no consideration for other people and the adults are no better; there seems to be no speed limit that anyone follows. it's very dangerous to get from point A to point B here, not to mention the noise level. - jmcorson
Jul 2019 - $80.00
Very nice park. We would stay here again. Good value, nice site. Major Issues:
1. Very limited cell phone service. We use AT&T and most times there was no service. This however is really not the fault of the park. 2. WiFi is terrible. At the registration office it is spotty. At campsites the WiFi is up and down all day long. Very unreliable. Get in your car and drive to a reliable business with WiFi.
1. Teenagers working at store cafe were quite pleasant. However, one particular non-teen seemed like we were always bothering her by placing food or ice cream order. If you don’t like working at the campground then maybe find a different job. 2. Flies were a nuisance. Biting type flies. Be sure to have bug screen tent if you plan to eat or sit outside. 3. Both bicycles and golf carts are all over. Many pay little attention to cars, trailers and big rigs. They will cut across your path and totally ignore who should have the right of way.
1. Many activities provided by campsite. Making an announcement on a campsite PA system would be a nice reminder improvement. - Jimmy C
Jun 2019 - $100.00
We were in pull through Q4 it was not very level but it fit our 40' fifth wheel fit with no issues. Overall this is a great campground, Very clean, huge pool, great staff. - Hitch itch
Aug 2004 - $43.00
We were very disappointed. Upon arriving noticed the staff was a tad "moody" and it didn't improve during our 2 week stay. Poison ivy was all over our site though we were told it was the most desirable site in the campground. The camp store was nothing but bare shelves and requesting change or pretty much any service was frowned upon. Few activities for the kids. The pool was okay. They seemed to cater to more seasonal residents. When we drove through the grounds to get to our site it never failed that kids and adults alike would yell for us to slow down even though we were doing the 5 mile per hour limit. Very disappointed in the lack of friendliness and customer service. - Cynthia777
Jul 2004 - $46.00
I've checked out MANY if not most Cape May campgrounds and this one is by far, my favorite. It is true what the previous poster said about a lot of seasonals and I've been yelled at by a cranky old woman in a seasonal for going 5mph, but this is still a great campground for the following reasons. Normally, I don't like the seasonal type places but that's because usually the seasonals seem run down and more like a homeless shelter but this one has beautiful newer mobile homes for the seasonals that I guess you buy or rent there. So it's a big step up from the run-down "lake lurie" seasonal homeless shelter up the road a 1/2 mile. The second reason I like it is the FRIENDLY seasonal families we've met there. Decent people with kids and they use this place as their SUMMER homes NOT their only 'home' they own. Third, they DO have great summer activities for the kids -- the director is a seasonal mom that stays with her family here all summer. We went for "Christmas in July weekend" and the kids made Christmas decoration crafts, played games, went on a hay ride, got a present from SANTA himself! We couldn't ask for a better time! The seasonal activities, being run by a mom that lives there, seem to be way better and more involved than most campgrounds that have a park employee doing the minimal possible activities. Fourth, the entire campground is immacculate and most sites are wooded and fairly private -- maybe slightly small but the abundance of trees and privacy make up for the slightly tight squeeze on some lots. The sites are a lot more private and nicer than those at Holly Shores down the road and, as small as they are, they are still bigger than those at Holly Shores. Fifth, the bathrooms are the cleanest you'll find outside of Fort Wilderness. Okay, they are closed for cleaning sometimes at inconvenient hours, but at least they are cleaned several times a day. Sixth, this campground is just a couple miles to downtown Cape May and the beach. Not a bad ride at all unlike some campgrounds that are 15-plus miles from Cape May but still bill themselves as a "Cape May Campground" like Big Timber Lake. Seventh, the game room, ice cream/snack shop, and gift shop were all clean, fun, and reasonably priced and I found all the employees friendly. Ninth, even when it's full, the winding roads and open spaces never make it seem crowded. One downside to it was the pool seemed to smell and the water was a little 'slimy' -- the kids had fun, it seemed clean but something was wrong with the water when we were there I think. Maybe not enough chlorine? I don't know. Despite that, this is still the only place in Cape May that I will even CONSIDER camping at. - jimsimm
Oct 2019 - $53.00
While there were a lot of people around they didn't seem to be doing much. We complained about a swarm of bees at our campsite looking to see if they had anything we could use to discourage them. Answer was, "we'll send someone right over". At the time it was a Monday and the campground was empty. By Wednesday not one had come around. KOA's always allow for 6 people but they insisted on charging extra for over 2. Second time there but we understand there is new management... - Jimbeau
Aug 2019 - $80.00
Staff was not the friendliest, the pool was closed due to a permanent site resident vomiting in it. The lake was nice although the kids were a bit out of control and not listening to the attendant when they were on site.
This is a confusing campground, it appears to be managed by a number of groups depending on location and they don't work together. The rules are not enforced: bikes are riden at dark, golf carts go way too fast, the permanents take control and do as they please, no matter the time even at 1 and 2 am (alot have their own tiki bars). If you are by the rec center it is lit up like a landing strip. And the bugs: they really need to spray. Way too many permanent sites here, especially being that it is a KOA. Does not seem to be managed properly and nothing is enforced. - cbushneck
Jun 2019 - $44.00
Not a bad campground. Depends what site you get. Some are absolutely huge, others are very tight. We have a popup and the site they gave us didn't give us a lot of room for our awning, picnic table and fire ring. Very tight in the wooded area. Overall, a clean campground, though there was a lot of small trash on our site upon check-in. No activities the weekend we were there (the activities person was out sick?). Bathrooms and showers were clean, but shower drain was stopped up. Kind of gross. Also, no benches in the showers to get dressed. There was a bench in the area leading to the showers, but people kept leaving the door wide open. Was mostly quiet while we were there and it was pretty full. Not a lot of noise after 10pm, folks seemed to respect the quiet hours. - grim509
Sep 2019 - $49.00
This is a very pretty park with a lot of trees. We had a very generous site. Cape May is a very nice town with a lot to do. We would definitely stay here again. - Jhiggins
Jun 2018 - $49.00
Courteous, competent and friendly staff; sites were level with cement pads, picnic table and fire ring. Very nice pool and hot tub as well as Dog park with large grassy area beside it. We will definitely stay here again. - JVRich
Oct 2017 - $54.00
This weekend we stayed at Holly Shores Campground in Cape May, NJ. Overall the campground was very clean, pool area looked great as the pool is heated, has spa and hot tub. We stayed in site M10 which is one of the Ultra VIP sites. The concrete patio was nice, but the sites on our side of the road were tight. Hard to tell, but the sewer connection for the adjoiners are right next to the patio. When we arrived there was a new Allegro Class A and the slides came to about a foot from the edge of the concrete patio. Site was definitely long enough for our 43' 5er. No room to have a nice fire without being on top of your neighbor. I was glad we didn't go during peak season when this site would be at least $20 more per night. If you look at the campground map our site looks like it should be twice the size. There were plenty of other sites that look like they would fit our unit, but I haven't compared it to their rate sheet which has sites listed for various unit sizes. I should also note that our site was on the main road in and out of the campground so it was very busy. They do not accept the Good Sam's discount even though the GS site lists them as a participant. There is a nice dog park in the back of the park. Plenty of doggie stations with bags and trash cans throughout the resort. We wouldn't rule out staying here again, but would rather get a site that is a wider and off the main road. - ETyson
Sep 2018 - $58.00
We stayed here the last weekend in September because we wanted to be close to the boardwalk for Monster trucks on the beach. It was wonderful. Only 6 miles to the boardwalk but there are so many planned activities here that you never have to leave. Site was easy to back in and it was our 1st time ever having to back into a site. We had zero issues and our combined length between trailer and truck is 52'. Nice concrete patio and shaded site. All hookups worked well. Park was clean and well maintained. Golf cart rentals were a plus! - SSport
Sep 2018 - $60.00
Out of all the campground resorts I have visited, Beachcomber is the best. The personnel is friendly and the resort is very clean. There is constant activity for both adults and children. One of the best things to do is to relax at the lake. The view is absolutely beautiful. Beachcomber Resort is definitely one place you'll one to visit!! - velvetwind
Sep 2018 - $68.00
Stayed here on (unfortunately) a rainy weekend in early Sept. Because of the weather, we didn't get to use the lake beach or pools, but they sure looked great. The cg roads were a bit tight getting to our site, and the first site we were assigned we couldn't manage to get into because of fences and lightposts, but the cg staff let us pick another that worked for us, and sent a fellow over to assist us in (we came in after dark, and appreciated the help!) The many seasonal sites were very well maintained, and some were downright beautiful, although they are spaced very close together. All of the seasonals we encountered during the weekend were very nice. Many golf carts, but only electric, and no speeders. Quiet at night after 11, and didn't encounter any "yahoos". The bathrooms and showers we used ($0.25/4mins) were clean. So we'll definitely be back, hopefully during better weather when we can enjoy more of the amenities. - Will Dennis
Aug 2019 - $60.00
You don't stay here for the campground. It is very basic with not much to offer. It was all about location for us. Our family of 4 could easily hop on our bikes and be anywhere in town or the beach in a short time. Uber is abundant as well. We spent two days on the beach, and one day at a beer/crab festival all via bike travel. There were two bath houses. One was a lot cleaner, and also newer than the other. Most lots are level, and they do seem to pack them close together. We found the staff to be very friendly especially during check-in. Overall it's a quiet CG probably due to everyone being out and about during the day. It didn't seem like the CG offered any activities. Again, this was all about location for us. There are for sure prettier CG's in the area along rt. 9, but none offer access to downtown Cape May like this one. We will for sure be back again. - Strongbow
Jul 2019 - $60.00
We were met outside our RV immediately upon arrival with being yelled at for pulling up to what we thought was the registration area. No hello, welcome, I'm sorry.... just YOU CANT PARK THERE!!! NO signs stating otherwise, other gravel lot next to office was taken up by big 5th wheel, no way to pull in. THEN to be met with a list of rules that is different than the website "policies" all of which result in eviction without refund if you break. Including... NO washer/dryer/dishwasher use, in addition to no Electric Water Heater/Space Heater use. Really? so the all electric coaches can't come here. AND we have to use their laundry facilities which have too few W/D at $2.50 per load to wash, and $2.50 to dry. $5 per load. No wonder they don't want you to do laundry in your rig. But you have to tell people that before you get there. No pool. Lovely playground. Nice sitting area. Grass/Level sites, with some shade. Dump station was a not easy to use, and you are blocking the road when you do, and have no choice but to do a 3 point turn to get out of with a 40' motorhome on small roads. NOT worth $60 for water & electric only, $72 FHU. 5 mph speed limit with eviction no refund if you go over. WOW. Not user friendly. But darling town, be ready to ride your bike or walk, summer parking is difficult. This park should offer a shuttle into town. We had a water/electric only. Most sites have sewer. Beware you are not allowed to use it for washer and dryer. - Diane and Tom
May 2019 - $43.00
Nice park in a great location with peace and quite. My site was a little unlevel nose to tail but my camper is long. I saw that most sites were flat. Very good roads and neat sites. We didn’t stay home long enough to try the cable or WiFi. We spent most of our time visiting friends and letting them tour us around area. - Hobbes
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