1 Park near Clarksboro, New Jersey
Oct 2015 - $42.00
We chose this park because of the proximity to Philadelphia. It was a very easy drive and we made it often as we didn't see much to do in the area of the park. We did enjoy touring the USS New Jersey which is near by, however.
The park is located close enough to I295 that we could get to anything that we wanted (Shopping, Entertainment, Restaurants). It was secluded enough, however, that we could walk our dogs down the road without worrying about a lot of traffic. However steer clear of the neighborhood up the road as they have big signs prohibiting dog walking.
Our site was very narrow. So narrow that we didn't feel that we could use the fire ring or picnic table. In fact our neighbors had to move their picnic table under our slide just to get into their space. I had to re-position our rig several times and still had to use blocks to get it level. Our space had a tree in the way of our awnings that would drop acorns on our roof day and night for the whole time we were there. We noticed it happening on a lot of the sites.
The staff wasn't rude but I wouldn't call them friendly either. They were almost always busy as this park seems to have quite a few people coming and going every day. However, when we needed to extend our stay they were very accommodating.
I must say that if we were traveling back this way we would think twice about staying here again but from reviews of other parks in the area we would most likely end up here anyway.
At $42 per night, it just seemed a little expensive for the amenities. - Frisco Wolffman
Oct 2015 - $40.00
We stayed here mainly as a base to visit Philadelphia, and it was a pretty fast and easy drive into the city. Our only complaint is that some of the sites, and ours in particular, are extremely narrow. Our neighbor's open awning was literally a few inches from our window. Our pull-through was very long, but the sewer hookup was at the back corner of the site so we couldn't pull up very far into the site. There are a fair number of full-time/seasonal RVs there but their sites were tidy. The campground was dog-friendly, and we regularly walked the entire campground including through their large field and around the fishing pond. Since the campground was small we tried to walk our dog in a nearby housing development but they had a big "no dog walking" sign at the entrance. AT&T and Verizon worked well. The campground offers pay-to-use WiFi through a 3rd party company, or you can go to the campground office to use the office WiFi for free (we didn't try either). Given the proximity to Philly, we were OK with the narrowness of the sites, but if it wasn't the "closest campground to Philly", the site size likely would have cost an extra point. - LifeRebooted
Sep 2015 - $42.00
We stayed 5 nights to see the area. There isn't much to choose from in the area. They DO NOT respond to email inquiries so call. Once you've made reservations, they do communicate by email.
The park has easy access from Northbound Interstate 295 but is a little bit of an adventure from Southbound Interstate 295.
The interior roads were paved. The roads were very narrow with tight 90 degree turns that were encumbered with posts at the corners. The sites were gravel, narrow but generally level. The sites were very close to each other so there wasn't much privacy. The utility connections were about mid way down or towards the end of the sites which required some long runs. It seemed most of the sites had an outside table and fire pit.
There appeared to be A LOT of long term residents. They seemed to be spread out all over the park.
The trees in and around the park made satellite reception hit and miss depending on site assignment and your dish configuration. The park brochure showed 9 broadcast channels. There was an extensive list of cable channels.
WiFi reception was only available in the office. Paid WiFi reception was available around the park.
The designated pet area was an open field near the front entrance. There was a bag dispenser and can to collect waste. There was sufficient area to walk dogs along the park roads and in other open fields around the park. There were no bag dispensers around the park to pick up waste and only one dumpster for garbage which was located near the front of the park on the way out.
For being in a hazardous/severe weather area, there was no underground storm shelter. None of the structures in the park were identified as a severe weather shelter.
Would only stay here again if traveling through or visiting the area for a short duration. - bsb814