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5 RV Parks near Society Hill, New Jersey
We did however find 5 campgrounds within 25 miles of Society Hill. You can also find a list of cities with campgrounds or RV Parks near Society Hill in the left hand column.
Apr 2018 - $25.00
Site sloped down from the rear to the front so entry stairs very high. Sewer cap behind the pad at the middle of the pad. Rear tires at the end of the pad. Thirty feet from sewer compartment uphill to a 7" pipe, not a 5". Unusable. Obviously never looked at an RV or talked with anyone. Envelope at gate says drop envelope at Bld C39. No map. Our site was on a poorly marked and gravel road. Been to numerous bases and camps. This is the first I would never return to. - Navychop
Sep 2017 - $25.00
Nice park. Large concrete pads with (mostly) elbow room between the sites. Nicely mowed and manicured lawn. Blazing fast Wifi. It is quiet with some shady, some sunny sites. The base's location is very close to catching train or ferry for NYC and the Jersey Shore. The Jersey Shore came as a very pleasant surprise to me as it was new, clean, active with parallel boardwalks and pavilions. Gorgeous homes across the street. A real pleasure to go see. The base is small and the NEX isn't much more than a 7-11, but it is well kept and security is tight. There are a couple of things I would warn you about. When you first drive in to the base you will see a very strange entrance. Go left and make the big loop around to the big building. Yes, you'll drive in to the building to get ID'd. They will check the ID's of everyone in the vehicle. That's the first warning. The second warning is this. You'll be instructed to turn right on T-1 and if your assigned sight is 9 through 15 to make the first right off of T-1 into the park. Do not turn on that first right unless you're only 10' long. Go about 75 feet further, turn right then 75 feet and you'll see a gravel pass through to sites 9 through 15 that is actually wide enough. That first right is only about 10' wide with curbs on both side and a fire hydrant on the corner. You'll see what I mean when you get there. The sewer hook ups are at the back/wrong side of the sites. No bid deal, just have a long sewer hose. We enjoyed the park and the area. - jomark
Sep 2016 - $25.00
We stayed here for two weeks, including over Labor Day, and were pleasantly surprised by the experience. Upon arrival at the gate, we were given a welcome packet with our site number and information on where the office is to check in after setting up. When you arrive, you will pull in through a large building which is the ID check. Stay in the right lane, since the left is for commercial deliveries. The sites are long and paved and very easy to back into, but the connections are not placed in the best spots. The power pedestal is located at the back of the pad, and was a stretch for the length of our cable, so check your power cable before you park. The sewer connection is the worst I've ever seen, it is located in the middle of the pad right under where our axels were. I had to crawl under the axels to connect the sewer, and had to remove part of the piping from the plug because it was sticking up four inches high. That aside, everything else was great.
It was quiet and you have enough room to not be on top of your neighbors. Although we did have an issue with one neighbor who had guests over and blocked our parking access, so I had to go ask them to move, even though they were sitting outside and watched us pull up and still did nothing until I asked. The utilities worked well, no cable TV, but over the air channels were fine and wifi is standard Navy GoWifi. The laundry room has three washers and dryers and all worked well. It was perfectly located to visit our family and be able to catch the train to NYC. There is no commissary or exchange on base, but a Super Walmart is about 10 minutes away, and I recommend visiting Delicious Orchards just up 34 for great baked goods, fruits, vegetables and deli meat. The base is small, but we still had plenty of areas to walk our dogs without worrying about traffic.
Aside from the connection locations, it is a very nice campground and we would definitely return. - pfogleboch
May 2019 - $38.00
Beautiful wooded state park with nicely set sites spread out. Sites are dirt but level. Water and electricity only but they have a dump station. Easy off the highway, but far enough away there is not a hint of traffic noise. - nancyfromnorthshore
Oct 2018 - $40.00
We have a 36 foot class A motor home. I had no problem getting in or out. Yes, it’s tight, but still easy if you go slow. My site was MUCH bigger than most places I’ve stayed. There is a great playground for kids, clean bathrooms, nice trails, and even a free hayride this time of year. We went to Allaire haunted village which was a lot of fun. Only “warning” is that the fresh water spigots are far from the rv site. You’ll need double the hose you normally need. Other than that.... great time and great site - EricNJ
Sep 2018 - $40.00
Surprisingly very nice campground. Lots to do with regards to the lake: fish, canoe, row boat, kayak and trails. The roads are tight but doable. Surprised that my 34 foot class A fit without a problem. Sites are a nice size plenty of room. There is a 30 and 20 amp hookup. No sewage on site but there is one dump site for the camp ground. There is a table and fire pit on site. Fire wood can be purchased for $10 or you can bring your own. There are three play grounds at the park, on at the camp grounds. Oh and lots of sand. Really neat place will stop by again. - Vanslam
Oct 2015 - $30.00
This park has basically no amenities or services. The camping area was a big field with a few trees around the perimeter. There were some Porta potties across the field. Dry camping on a field costs us $30. The park ranger was rude about our camping at night after 7 pm, so we hadn't paid in advance. This left a very bad impression of their state parks. Don't recommend. - stocky
May 2012 - $20.00
We stayed here since we could not get in to the Spruce Run Rec Area campgrounds, This site is about 10 minutes away, up on top of a hill. You must drive up some steep grades to get to the campsite. The sites are "primitive", no water, elecricity, etc. The site itself is pretty enough, with the campsites all bordering a large grassy field. Be warned, there's a fair amount of poison ivy here and there (especially around the small playground, which our 2-year-old was magnetically attracted to). The bath house was fairly disgusting; there are pit toilets and a couple of showers. Lots of paper strewn around, and very unpleasant odors (my wife had to use the men's latrine because the women's was so disgusting). A nice feature (for those so interested) is that the NJ Astronomical Assn's observatory is a short hike away; they tell me it's the largest public telescope (27") in NJ. Attended an open talk there on Sat night, but it was unfortunately too hazy to use the big telescope. Probably would not stay here again if there's space at Spruce Run. - Will Dennis
May 2006 - $20.00
There was virtually no one else here during our visit (midweek prior to school letting out). Park is pretty and wooded, with hiking paths, playgrounds, picnic areas and even an observatory1! Staff exceedingly helpful and pleasant. We had no trouble parking our 35' Fifth Wheel, although there are probably not many sites that we could have used. We were able to set up our Internet dish, but again, few sites from which this would have been possible. Please note that pets and even possession of alcohol are prohibited by park rules. There is a dump, but I think a large rig would have trouble using it. The drive through town to get here includes a 12'6" overpass and somewhat narrow roads. (There is an alternate route around the overpass.) - User51
May 2019 - $110.00
The bathrooms did have rust and were a bit old but were cleaned daily and I took a shower daily and was not grossed out by the rust. The bathrooms were not moldy or smelly. There is a gym next door that does not belong to the RV park that does play loud music that you can hear in the ladies bathroom but it was not a huge deal for me. As stated in previous reviews the rv park is just a parking lot but the location is AMAZING!! The train/subway stop is more like 8-9 blocks away but was easy to find and easy to use. We felt safe using it during the week and during the day. The also close the gates and ask for ID for anyone including people walking who arrive after dark. I felt safe and it was quiet. The park was great for what it was. You can easily walk to the bathrooms from any space and the dump station was easy to use. Definitely worth the price to be so close to Manhattan and still sleep in our own beds. Of course Manhatten was amazing, to much to list. Once you get off of the Path in Jersey city you will find some amazing shops and restaurants. We enjoyed walking around Jersey city. - RV Path chosen
Apr 2019 - $117.00
This RV Park is a potholed parking lot. Although the convenience to the City is tremendous, it is a total rip off. Somewhere in their check in banter they swear they inform you that check out is at 11:00 (which is normal), HOWEVER listen very carefully for them to tell you that you MUST CHECK OUT IN PERSON AND SIGN A CLIPBOARD THAT YOU ARE CHECKING OUT. Failure to do so will result in a $40 charge to your credit card. Additionally, if you are headed north, you can't take the Holland Tunnel due to height restrictions. You must cross the Geo. Washington Bridge, which cost $84.00. There was an additional $19 toll along the way. That is a total of $260.00 to park one night in a parking lot. Easily accessible to NY City is the ONLY advantage to staying here. We will never do so again. - CoolAqua
Feb 2019 - $110.00
Pricy, No amenities, Lousy Customer Service, Horrible roads getting into the park. This is a glorified parking lot for boats that they allow RV's to park at. The problem is that you have no other choice for RV parking in the immediate area and they know it. The Location to NY is good but everything else is bad. There was no internet during my entire stay and they did not care. Said it was a courtesy to have internet and the connection was not guaranteed. The guard let me look at the equipment to try an get it to reset. I laughed. There running an old cheap Cisco G Router that looks to have been built a decade ago. The one on the shelf at Best Buy that cost about $20 bucks. At over $110 per day, they can afford a good router that delivers a stable internet connection. The roads to the park are worse than horrible. Even driving very slow to avoid as much road damage as possible. Which consists of dozens of potholes and bumps from the start of when you get off Interstate all the way to the RV Park. There are dozens of potholes and road damage you can not avoid. (Where do they put the Millions collected every day in road tolls) The roads totally damaged the front end alignment on my coach, damaged one of my steering arms and bent the axel on my tow dolly. $1900 dollars of front end damage to the coach and the tow dolly will have to be replaced. And to stick a knife in the wound. I found an extra $40 dollar charge on my bill. When I called they told me it was because I did not go to the office and sign out. I met the guard at the gate at 6:30 AM the morning I was leaving and told him I was leaving. He never told me I needed to sign out. Guess that they needed the $40 dollars to repair their nonexistent internet. Possibly also to repair their attitudes toward their guests. Recommend you find another park even if it is a few miles away. You will be much happier and save costly damage to your coach. - Chevisn7