1 Park near Jersey City, New Jersey
Aug 2016 - $90.00
Excellent location with views of downtown Manhattan and Statue of Liberty. Park and waterfront is just a close walk.
We backed in our 42' 5th wheel with extra 11' of trailer and golf cart making 53' unhooked. Sites are tight but the one on our awning side was left empty so we got 2 for the price of one and put the awning out.
Took the golf cart down the waterfront lane and across the footbridge to the park about half a mile away. Amazing views of the Statue and NYC, and mile long board walk.
Park is quiet on week nights and noisy until 2.30am on Friday and Saturday nights due to the clubbing crowd getting the ferry back from the city.
No waste hookups but we used our transfer tank to empty at the dump station. Power and water hookups are good with 30A & 50A.
If you have a camper this is the only game in town. Don't expect reliable Internet as it's patchy. Staff was friendly.
A light breeze most days made it pleasant. We stayed 8 nights.
If you have a dually to tow a 5th wheel beware of the crazy NY drivers who will cut you off as a matter of habit unaware of the size of the rear. Toll fee into Manhattan through the Holland tunnel is $42 for dually'S and $15 for cars.
All in all, we would stay again. Location gets a A, facilities a C and site functionality a D.
Remember though, you would book because of location and convenience, otherwise it's an hour in here. We would stay again if Manhattan is the priority. - Spb
Jul 2016 - $97.00
We stayed 4 nights. The camp sites can be tight. We were on C30 (the best site in the park) in a 38' rig. There was construction next door so during the week it was noise yearly. We had electric problems on 50 amp. One leg was dropping voltage, the park said they had a call in on it. - User780
Jul 2016 - $90.00
The good: The park has good access to the city via Ferry or subway, space is long and level, hook up's include water, 30/50 electricity.
The Bad: The bathrooms are rundown, hot with no ventilation and moldy shower curtains. You need the bathrooms because you don't have sewer hookups and there is usually a line at the dump station. There's always litter around and I never saw any staff trying to clean up. They have a total Monopoly because of their location, so they just don't care. The owners should be ashamed. - Brian2000