1 Park near Clarksboro, New Jersey
May 2015 - $60.00
Near Philadelphia. Heavily wooded and lakes in the campsite. Comfortable, spacious plots, but tactless and some public phone service as we didnt need and were not able to say: use ours ..
Large plots. - gofion
May 2015 - $40.00
You'll pay for electric as well as the daily charge, or at least we did for a week stay. Roads are paved, sites are gravel and pretty level. Sites are not well spaced. Some are very tight, others are better. Fire rings nice idea but in tight sites the fire ring is about two feet from slides of neighboring rig. We didn't appreciate the flames and smoke so close to our rig. We couldn't get satellite and it's really hit or miss depending on what site you're in. Our fire ring was full of corn cobs and cigarette butts and we needed to ask office to clean it out. Restrooms were clean but soap dispensers didn't work in men's room. Nice pond and fountain. Staff was friendly. Quiet for the most part, tucked way off residential road and over a mile from interstate. WiFi was really bad. Cable was good. - VegasVagabonds
May 2015 - $13.00
The rate is based on a monthly stay. This is our second time staying at this campground, and I'm sure we'll be back again. Timberlane is a nice, quiet, relaxing campground. It's right off I-295 so it's easy to get to, and it's the closest campground to Philadelphia if you want to go sightseeing. It's also near to grocery stores, a mall, and Camping World. The gravel sites are large and level. When we first checked out the laundry, I thought they were expensive. Then I checked out laundromats in the area, and they're even more expensive. So I stuck with the campground laundry. It was very clean and all of the machines worked fine. - mrpeepers