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22 RV Parks near Brookville, New Jersey
We did however find 22 campgrounds within 25 miles of Brookville. You can also find a list of cities with campgrounds or RV Parks near Brookville in the left hand column.
Aug 2012 - $38.00
The woman on duty said "cash only" for our 3 night stay, which surprised me. But we ponied up the cash. Finding this place is something of a challenge since it's partially down a dirt road and no signs to lead you to it. Our site was near the regulars because we wanted a SW exposure for our satellite antenna, so we were spared the overnight area, but trees still blocked us, so no TV. Also the sites are very close together and the trailers there look as if they haven't moved in years. Site was level but very sandy and without a rug we were dragging it through the trailer. Bathrooms were clean but rustic. The bottom of the doors on the lady's room stalls were very high and consequently not very private. Showers very well used but clean. - Wendywoods
Sep 2010 - $35.00
One of our favorite campgrounds. Approximate 12 miles from Long Beach Island. Nice, friendly, quiet campground (with no scheduled activities). It is located in the Pine Barrens. WARNING: The entrance road is very rough. - artspe
Sep 2017 - $66.00
What a wonderful campsite. Very clean and well maintained. There aren't many transient sites, mostly seasonal, but the seasonals are in a section by themselves, with a carded gate entry. All of us transients are together, which is great because you don't have to deal with all of the sheds, decks and fences the seasonals put up.
The staff was accommodating and friendly, especially when we wanted to stay a few hours longer to go to Long Beach Island. It's a short trip to LBI. The site is large with brush in the back. Only 30 amp, and we blew a circuit with our 2 air conditioners. First time this happened at any campground, but the staff came right out and reset the circuit breaker.
You have to back into the dump station, but they have a pump out person that comes around every day. Swimming pool and putt putt. The putt putt needs some work, but it was fine for us to play and spend some time. Will defintely go back! - Kevie
Aug 2017 - $62.00
Checked into a premium site. I had no cable TV Friday night. Saturday went to office and was told I needed a cable box. That didn't work either. Water leaked and had to get an extra washer to fit in adaptor. Also on Friday requested to be first pumped out on Sunday, since there is no sewer or dump station. Sunday I was hooked up and ready to go. Had to go find lady to pump me out and she said was never told of my request (which I had double checked Saturday night ). Also went in pool area. Saw hot tub / whirlpool in pics. Was really looking forward to this after 8 hour trip, only to be told by pool attendant he cannot turn on the jets. He isn't allowed. Nice place, but very disappointing. And definitely NOT worth the $$$. - joanner
May 2017 - $44.00
This park is undergoing long needed renovations under new ownership and the effort is paying off. My score is an "8" but I would not be surprised if it is a "9" soon. The buildings are looking good as are the pool and play areas. Gravel sites share utility pedestal area so campers are close on the "business" side while the living side is large with fire pit, charcoal grill and a picnic table. My site was pretty level but did require use of my Anderson leveler. WiFi and the Honey Truck are included. There are no sewer hook-ups. The seasonal area is separate and most sites show signs of long-time residence. We don't live far away so this may well be a twice a year pre and post busy season trip for us. Staff was excellent and very friendly. - Bandguy
Oct 2018 - $62.00
We were there as hurricane Michael was finishing it's devastation to Florida and turned into a tropical storm over this campground. We got the emergency alert a 2 am about a river near us flooding. Kind of scary, when you do not know how high you are elevation wise? The park was very soggy, and we had a back in spot that was hard to find a place to park our truck, We were in site # B1 The staff was not overly friendly about all kinds of things. Very minimal answers to any questions you might have. - Vipermanden
Aug 2018 - $58.00
The park was the third or forth that we visited to make our "Summer Home." We like to fish and boat, and this was the most convenient to Manasquan and other fishing areas. The grounds are kept clean. The owner is always available. There are activities on the weekends. Overall very happy with the location, so much we are staying again next season. If you like to fish and boat this is the place for you!!! Keep your boat at the storage lot, and tow it wherever you feel like fishing. - Capt Walt
Jul 2018 - $59.00
We enjoyed the campground feel of this park. Sites were large but nothing between sites to add privacy. All the utilities were fine and the site was almost level side to side. Front to back was off more but not enough to be an issue. Interior roads and sites are sandy dirt. Roads would be tight for big rigs. - DRKM
Jan 2016 - $41.00
Our full-service site was sand and heavily wooded. This is a huge campground that seems to have a lot of seasonal campers. We were there a few days before they closed for the winter, so a lot of the amenities were closed down. The staff were friendly and helpful. - ShoreXplorers
May 2013 - $50.00
Stayed for a weekend during off season as it was close to home and not full. Would not call it a "resort" type campground, as wife and I both said "rustic" in a good way as it reminded us of campgrounds growing up as kids. Owners and staff were friendly and helpful and helped get our cable working on a very rainy Sat. Sites seem about 50/50 seasonal/transient and are sand but have lots of privacy and space between the sites. The full hookups are on a loop at the back of the campground. We had no problem with our 38' MH getting in our site but others can be tight for that size rig. Main roads are asphalt gravel, others are sand. Walking our dogs around the campground the seasonal people there were all friendly and the bathrooms though didn't use them were clean. We will return - njdirt
Oct 2012 - $49.00
This was our second time camping here and it was just as good as the first time. Site was level from side to side; a little downhill slope, but no problem fore and aft. Quiet time was enforced. - GlennNJ
Sep 2016 - $65.00
Ok, so I heard some good things about this place but unfortunately we had a bad experience our first time here. First we pull to office to check in, it was hot day and they tell us the pool was closed for maintenance. Not even a courtesy call otherwise we would of cancelled. Our kids were disappointed upon hearing this news. Get to our pull thru site. Good thing it was after Labor Day and crowds were gone as sites are on top of each other and offer no privacy. The worst part was morning after when I decided to go take shower at 7am in restroom only to find a used condom and lube! Disgusted, but I get it people get frisky, my complaint is 8am, 9am, 10am....11am staff finally came to clean restroom which was totally unacceptable. We approach the staff who apologize but do not even offer any refund or discount. Half the campground appears to have full time residents living in trailers year round.
On a good note, the campground is close to LBI, which is only reason we may just stay here again. - Jerseyboy
Jun 2016 - $70.00
We have camped here several times, getting a little pricey and starting to require longer stays. Very well maintained grounds and amenities. Coming into the season of heavy bugs in this part of NJ. - Bighorn3685
May 2016 - $73.00
Celebrated Memorial Day Weekend at Sea Pirate with a group of other friends. Campground was very clean, the maintenance staff were noticeably always on patrol for litter and removal of trash. Store was large, and had a variety of items, didn't have a large selection of shirts especially larger sizes (never understood this since it is free advertising for their campgrounds). The grill/ice cream parlor was very pricey, and the young staff members were easily overwhelmed and could learn some customer service tips! The 500 section seemed to be the nicest part of the campground. The pool was very crowded, with many people holding seats with towels. Dog park was very nice, and they even provided toys for the dogs. - SJEAGLES609
Aug 2016 - $60.00
Just off of Garden State Parkway. Dirt road access - caution - branches overhang on the right side a bit much. Scraped up my RV. Sites are easy to maneuver and sandy. Some blackwater tanks maybe a little uphill from your rig. Good distance between campers. RV sites are pull through, so exiting maybe a little tight due to sheds by permanent guests. Ample shade and they pick up your garbage daily. Would stay again. - dway66
Jul 2016 - $54.00
This park is obviously aimed at family campers and has several kid oriented activities each day. The night we were here they had a "corn roast" and live entertainment in the pavilion. It is located in a sandy area and the roads are mostly just packed sand/dirt. Rain that night created some muddy walking, but with a sand base, quickly dried up. Felt more like a summer camp than an RV park, but good times for guests of all ages. - Dunwoodyradio
Sep 2015 - $53.00
As others have said, the roads in are narrow and dusty, but it's New Jersey pine barrens, so no way to avoid. We were in a W/E site and the rate is a little high, but we were very close to our destination, so reasonable. We stayed for the long Labor Day weekend, and there were lots of activities all weekend long, however we did not participate due to other plans. The staff were very friendly, check in was quick. There are a lot of seasonal sites, but our loop was mostly transients, however all neighbors were friendly. A bonus is the dog park for those with canine companions.
We had great stay, and will definitely stay again. - htowners
May 2015 - $30.00
Bass River State Forest, Tuckerton, NJ May 6, 2015 $25 plus a $5 transaction fee for being a walk in (required by Reserve America), 186 sites
This was our first time camping in a New Jersey State Forest and we really enjoyed camping here. The woman at the check in office was very nice and informative letting us drive around the two loops to pick out our site. There are two loops in this campground North and South with a beach, picnic area between them. We chose the South Loop because the lake trail was within walking distance and we could sit on the benches and enjoy the view and wildlife. There are no hookups here but there are bathhouses and water within the loops. There is a dump station and pets are allowed only in certain sites. This campground was developed by the CCC who built the roads, trails, bridle paths, ponds, towers, nature observatory, shelters, picnic areas, cabins and a 67 acre Lake Absegami. The State Forest encompasses more than 27,000 acres in the Pine Barrens. The Batona Trail a walking trail for over 50 miles goes this Forest. It is also part of the Pinelands Natural Reserve. The bathrooms are older but they do have showers. We would return here if near the area again but it was so peaceful because during the week at this time of year there were only about five sites taken. Weekends they are very busy Memorial Day through Labor Day. Enjoyable stay! - gsnakehill
May 2014 - $20.00
I didn't have a high expectation but I was delighted to find a clean, efficient modern office with friendly staff. We camped in a perfectly level site pretty much by ourselves. Just us and the Whippoorwills. We camped in a spot near a water receptacle and I didn't have to worry about going anywhere to fill up. I was there for the Bassman Triathlon and checked out well beyond check out time with no hassle from the staff. I changed the listing above to reflect "big rig friendly". We are not a big rig but there were quite a few there. The roads, and sites were plenty big enough to accommodate the largest 5th wheel or motor home. - Mr October
Jul 2012 - $20.00
This is a nice state forest campground in the Jersey woods. Quiet and well maintained. No hookups, but a dump station and potable water are available. Even though I only gave it a seven, that number is quite good for any park in NJ ( although if you were to read some of my earlier reviews, I was overly generous to some other NJ campgrounds). After spending way too much time in NJ commercial campgrounds, I would have to say that the state parks are the way to go and this one is pretty good. - monkeypants
Oct 2006 - $25.00
This campground is now closed - sold for development. Too bad too - it was the only half way decent campground in the Toms River area. - penguin
Aug 2018 - $35.00
Stayed overnight on our way home in a pull through for half price with Passport America. I don't think it was even worth half price. Nice pool that closed promptly at 6pm. We really wanted to enjoy a swim on this hot evening. The dirtiest mixture of sand and mucky clay was used that day to fill in giant potholes filled with water near our site. The "lake" was as disgusting as the rest of the ghetto. Yes, this is a ghetto. The top of our motorhome was within two feet of a major power line feeding the campground but it was attached to trees and looked like it was installed by Mr. Fix-it himself. No breaker just a 30 amp outlet. Have you ever seen golf carts do doughnuts? Bored Teenagers from the permanent residents across the street. Ever wonder what happened to the old stadium seating? It's here for your enjoyment in the common area near the pool. Just bring something to wipe off the spiders. Enough said. - Ski Bum
Jun 2017 - $25.00
Timberline Lake was delightful, and the people couldn't have been more friendly. We stayed pre-season, but it looks like they have lots of activities planned for the summer. The only downside is that the overwhelming majority of the campground is seasonal campers with permanent setups. On the other hand, the short-term sites are right on the water and beautiful. - DunellenGuy
Sep 2016 - $50.00
This is a large park in need of a serious upgrade; old, shabby and mostly cramped sites. Broken tree limbs and old leaves, brown looking brush scattered throughout. Lots of seasonal people with accumulations of every single thing they ever bought to decorate their site for the last 10 years. Mind-boggling!! They have a pool, attractive and pretty nice but too small for the amount of campers there. There is a lake for guests with a small sandy beach area on it. However the color of the lake was a weird dark inky color. I did not swim in it. We were told that what is now a lake was once filled with cranberry bogs. Maybe that is why I was not moved to swim in it! We used it as a home base for 4 days to see the area and did not spend much time in the park, so that was OK. The employees in the office i must say were very nice. Would I return...No! - Roseann Pummill
Sep 2017 - $40.00
I have been there a few times now. I still love the place but we had a problem friday night with no way to get in touch with anyone. The bath House Hot water was out. They got on it Sat morning right away and it worked fine Sat night. - ztoymaker
May 2017 - $35.00
My Parents stayed there years ago and when I got my TT I had to come back. It's a great place and will come back again. One of the owners was great; we came up to the store on Saturday and ended up getting what we needed and then just sitting with her talking for over an hour. The pool wasn't open yet but everything else was. They have their own power boat dock or just bring your kayaks. The lake is about a mile long. We went on a small hike that could have gone for miles. I would say it's a mix of seasonal or full timers but even they were great. We hung out with some of them. We stayed in spot 60 and I didn't even have to level it; when I stopped it was perfect.
Boating, Jet Skiing, Kayaking, or Hiking. Or just hanging out by the Fire Ring. It's the perfect Camp Site for a weekend get away. - ztoymaker
Jul 2010 - $25.00
No words can describe this campground. Maybe unkempt, dirty, worn, scary. Way off the beaten path. Hard to get to. Rusted seasonals with broken down rigs. Broken windows on live a boards. Large equipment in parts, strewn around. Pavilion held up with wires and was leaning dangerously to one side. We toured this campground and left. I would NEVER recommend this place. - destinygal