1 Park near Jersey City, New Jersey
Jul 2015 - $91.00
I knew this was a parking lot going in. The one thing I didn't count on is this: There is a private tent camping area enclosed by a fence next to the restrooms/showers. It looked miserable in the 95-100 degree heat. They also use the facilities for everything. No need to memorize the security code to the restroom, the doors are all propped open by the campers all the time. I rarely found toilet paper and the showers were a step above a filthy. The sites are beyond close, our Honda CRV fit slid in next to us at an angle partially under the awning. Your are gonna see your neighbors every move, you are that close. Yes it's close to New York City, however the picture on their website is not what you see. It's a lot farther than that. The Statue of Liberty if slightly recognizable over the cars, buses, truck, boats, etc. The prices to get into the city are cheaper than a hotel. We were a group of 4 and it cost us $20.00 a day per person using Metro cards. You have to purchase a separate card to get into NY from NJ, they don't play well together. The Ferry across is $7.00 one way per person. Advertised on their flyer and website is a 10 minute 5 block walk...Nope. More like 25 minutes and 9 blocks, I counted. It's a safe enough walk, just not as close they are advertising. If you are RVing it's really the only choice. I've stayed in the city lots of times and hotels in NYC beat RVs every time. It's just not fun coming out of a Broadway show or shopping late knowing you have a 25 minute walk after all the subways back to your site. I mite stay here again, but just park the RV and get a room in the city. The traversing back and fourth is just too inconvenient in my opinion. - mikel
Jul 2015 - $91.00
This "camp" is, to paraphrase the check-in clerk, A Parking Lot! Bare bones, plain; white stripes on the lot to designate one's slot. No sanitary hookup - just water and electricity; there's a dump station. Also several "dry sites." WiFi worked well. Plan your approach in advance. The park is about 1 mi south of the Holland tunnel at the end of Marin Blvd. Garmin found it. It's the approach that can bamboozle drivers and avoid coming during rush hour. Oh: they do have a few tent sites - very innovative with AstroTurf - a first for this experienced camper. - TravelerRog
Jun 2015 - $85.00
The best and unique value of this campsite is its location: forehead against the Liberty Tower in New York. Rest is very ordinary and has fewer services than many campsites. What they charge does not correspond with what you get, except the situation. It is very expensive.
No sewage drain, output only when you leave.
The plots are very fair and narrow, are practically RV RV.
Moreover, the staff is very attentive and we solucinaron a subject of the tires on the spot. - gofion