20 RV Parks near Long Valley, New Jersey
We did however find 20 campgrounds within 25 miles of Long Valley. You can also find a list of cities with campgrounds or RV Parks near Long Valley in the left hand column.
Jul 2017 - $43.00
The staff were friendly, pleasant. Large area with terraced sites. There is a clubhouse with tv and games. A nice area by the small pond to relax in the shade. Two washers and two dryers in a covered but open area. Appears most of the campers are permanent residents. We stayed for one week. The park roads were narrow, curvy, and bumpy. Did not have any internet or television reception. - pamMJR
May 2017 - $45.00
The entrance to the park is a little tight. We finally found the office to check in but we had unknowingly past our site. There was no place to turn around with our tow. The staff directed us to go out of the park, get back on the freeway and start over. We finally got to our site and found the water valve broken. They did come and replace it quickly. The only dumpsters were at the entrance and not close to the camping area. This park is mostly filled with seasonal or long term units. It's okay for a layover but we would not stay there again. - GMS Lucy
May 2017 - $24.00
Not much available in Jersey. We needed a convenient place to visit with family for the month. Poor reviews had me concerned. Monthly rate was reasonable at $740 but they have since increased it by $200. Cable is available on most sites but you have to make arrangements with Optimum and there is a $60 setup fee. It turned out our site did not have cable yet after being promised it did. There is no OTA tv. They are trying to upgrade the park but it is occupied by mostly working people. It is convenient to shopping, restaurants and hiways. This is not a destination park. There are cigarette butts and I had to tell my neighbor to pick up after his dog which tells you about the cliental. Because we couldn't get tv for a month we asked for a refund. The owner was gracious enough and refunded our money. We are now in a beautiful park in PA and my wife and I are very happy. I would not return. - TheJerseypedaler
Oct 2015 - $30.00
This park has basically no amenities or services. The camping area was a big field with a few trees around the perimeter. There were some Porta potties across the field. Dry camping on a field costs us $30. The park ranger was rude about our camping at night after 7 pm, so we hadn't paid in advance. This left a very bad impression of their state parks. Don't recommend. - stocky
May 2012 - $20.00
We stayed here since we could not get in to the Spruce Run Rec Area campgrounds, This site is about 10 minutes away, up on top of a hill. You must drive up some steep grades to get to the campsite. The sites are "primitive", no water, elecricity, etc. The site itself is pretty enough, with the campsites all bordering a large grassy field. Be warned, there's a fair amount of poison ivy here and there (especially around the small playground, which our 2-year-old was magnetically attracted to). The bath house was fairly disgusting; there are pit toilets and a couple of showers. Lots of paper strewn around, and very unpleasant odors (my wife had to use the men's latrine because the women's was so disgusting). A nice feature (for those so interested) is that the NJ Astronomical Assn's observatory is a short hike away; they tell me it's the largest public telescope (27") in NJ. Attended an open talk there on Sat night, but it was unfortunately too hazy to use the big telescope. Probably would not stay here again if there's space at Spruce Run. - Will Dennis
May 2006 - $20.00
There was virtually no one else here during our visit (midweek prior to school letting out). Park is pretty and wooded, with hiking paths, playgrounds, picnic areas and even an observatory1! Staff exceedingly helpful and pleasant. We had no trouble parking our 35' Fifth Wheel, although there are probably not many sites that we could have used. We were able to set up our Internet dish, but again, few sites from which this would have been possible. Please note that pets and even possession of alcohol are prohibited by park rules. There is a dump, but I think a large rig would have trouble using it. The drive through town to get here includes a 12'6" overpass and somewhat narrow roads. (There is an alternate route around the overpass.) - User51
Sep 2009 - $20.00
Jenny Jump State Forest was a very nice place to stay. The sites were good size for our pop-up and far from other campers. The restrooms and showers were clean and the staff was helpful. Overall a great place any we will camp there again in the future. - njcamp
Aug 2008 - $20.00
There are not many sites for an RV. Ours is 28' with no slideouts. I would say 30' would be the limit. We had site #26. The only other sites we would have considered are #28 and #20. You had to back 100' up a slight hill. If you are not good at maneuvering your camper this place is not for you. There are some inclines to haul up also. The privacy is great and the views on top of the mountain are awesome also. Staff was very friendly and helpful. - Jodee
Sep 2015 - $32.00
We called the ranger from the Interstate and were able to get space for our larger rig near the end of the day. We were warned that we would just be in a parking lot, basically. there is no potable water in the park, no hookups, just parked between lines, for space 1, in the parking lot, which we found unusual. The park was quiet at night, also we noticed the lake, which was hard to see from our location, was down in water level as well.
we used the dump station on the way out in the morning. Also, roads to the park are paved but fairly uneven asphalt. Don't go into the area needing fuel, as there are only two choices, and the main road has a huge concrete New Jersey barrier running up and down the highway, which necessitates doing huge and dangerous U-turns with a rig. We finally had to unhook, just to get into a place. We wouldn't go back to the park again, unless a real emergency for a place to stay. We listed the site satisfactory only because we have no problem dry camping and with the threat of rain, we thought it would be ok to park on pavement. - elduque
Jul 2014 - $20.00
Stayed before the weekend, reservation website will show available sites but must reserve at least two nights in order to book plus Reserve America reservation fee. Weekend most sites were reserved, mixture of grass field and reservoir/lakeside sites. Main roads are paved, roads in campground are gravelly as are the campground parking sites. Sandy beach is a distance walk from campground which make the sites more private. Bathhouses are older and have individual toilet and separate shower units. Most sites are level and well spaced, low hanging tree branches make some campsite roads difficult to maneuver with bigger rigs. No hook-ups but good dump station and water connection by campground entrance. - travelin' guy
Jun 2008 - $20.00
A beautiful park on the Spruce Run Reservoir. The condition of the restrooms were the main reason I could not rate the park as a 10. The facilities are quite worn and, although they were cleaned daily, weekend use was overwhelming and by Saturday night things were pretty grungy. There were 5 stalls and 3 showers (one of each wheelchair accessible)in each of the two bathroom buildings, but one of the buildings had only one shower in use, and one of the men's showers ran cold water only. Weekdays the campground was almost empty. It is primarily a popular weekend place for extended families who are tent-camping; definitely great for kids with the lake, a beach, boat rentals and playgrounds. Our spot was tight for a 32' Fifth-wheel due to overhanging trees. (There is lots of space between sites.)If you have a rig this large the following sites will accommodate you: 7, 8, 9, 16, 17, 21, 24, 33, 39, 61, 67, 70. Note: The park day-use area allows pets, but the campground does not. - Horizons28
Oct 2017 - $60.00
We had reservations and paid a deposit for the first night but were running late due to traffic so my wife called to let them know we might arrive late, the woman told her since we hadn't paid for the entire week we were out of luck if we arrived after 5:00PM as they close and lock the gate, after some discussion they agreed to leave a token for the gate and we could pay the balance next morning. "The Meadows" is mostly grass where rain puddles in mud and it had rained so mud was everywhere, lucky for us a woman who had occupied the site was able to show us where the facilities were The site is split with Water and Electric on one side and Sewer on the other side, I could reach the power and water and use every inch of the three 10' sewer hoses that I snaked under my Class C to the sewer Unfortunately North Jersey is limited in campgrounds but we're looking elsewhere. - RVThereYet-BiilDot
Jul 2017 - $60.00
Was expecting better from a $60 per night camping "resort". Nice facilities and well staffed but place is crowded with seasonal trailers packed in like sardines making it feel more like a trailer park than a camping resort. Glad I only booked 2 nights. - captn_rob
Jul 2016 - $50.00
Should have anticipated a problem when I did not get an email confirmation after 3 requests. Arrived after dark do to traffic issues. Park is not kept up very well. Narrow roads with trees not trimmed very well. Could not find site due to resident parking on site and lousy markings. The number is at back of site and is carved into wood post. Asked office for help. They stated they could not understand wife and hung up. Site had lot of trees that needed major trimming. Sites are very close together. The population is owners and some short term renters. Bathrooms are distant and only two dumpsters were present, which are very full. Campground is definitely showing its age. Did not see a wi fi availability. Cable was ok. Would not return. - JOHNGW
Sites: 270 | Recent Rate: $$$$ | 10 Reviews
Jun 2017 - $50.00
We chose this for our maiden voyage of our camper. This may be the best campground in New Jersey. The staff is very helpful and polite. Our site in the H loop was tough to get into due to it being on a downhill slope. We couldn't reach our site's electric panel, so we called up the office and they brought over an extension cord. You get the impression that they really care about their guests. The sites are clean and well maintained. It was quiet. There is a lot to do at the campground. The weekend that we were there, they had a Alice in Wonderland theme. One thing I liked were free kayak rentals. I had never kayaked before and this was a great way to try it. The pool was clean and a lifeguard was on duty. The restrooms were clean. The reason that I didn't give it a 10 is that the interior roads are narrow. It was a challenge moving around, even towing a small 17 foot camper. In spite of that, will be back. - bwco
Sep 2014 - $48.00
The entrance to get in is only wide enough for 1 vehicle never mind 2 trucks pulling campers. The interior roads are a shambles, potholes, ruts and steep hills and super narrow. The electrical system is outdated with only 30 amp. The voltage was fluctuating the entire length of my stay. I had to shut down the pwr management system so the power would stay on. The water was on one side of the site and the electrical on the other. The cable TV wire was up in a tree and I had to search for it. The sites were a nice size but need serious amounts of gravel to level them out. We would not go back to this campground. - jambro
Aug 2014 - $52.00
Overall the campground was good. The staff was very friendly and helpful. The roads are in poor shape, they are narrow and have with many pot holes and loose gravel on the up and down hill parts which makes pulling large heavy campers precarious when meeting oncoming traffic in blind areas. I will not stay here again. - Zinger Travels
May 2017 - $48.00
We enjoyed our stay at Triple Brook and will probably return. We stayed on Hill Top Circle at the top of the campground, on a grassy site along the tree line perimeter. The sites are a decent size, fairly level, and easy to back into. The roads are very narrow. The pools were beautiful and clean, and the store well stocked. The bathrooms were adequate, although only 1 stall had a locking door, and they needed more frequent staff attention then they received (cleaning, paper, etc.) . There seemed to be good WIFI coverage, but you had to purchase a code for access. We brought bikes, but the roads were too steep to use them. The mini-golf course was all torn up. Other facilities looked good. - scrunchie99
Jun 2016 - $56.00
This is a small campground with a nice pool, tennis courts and pond. Fishing was catch and release which was nice. Small game room but enough to have some fun. Very nice staff. Roads were a little tight but we managed to get through ok. You have a choice of wooded campsite, or open field. Only down side was that no patio lights were allowed, so it was pretty dark and a little hard to see in the wooded site. This was a nice campground, I would recommend this place to families for a nice experience. - sassy67
Sep 2015 - $45.00
A very large facility North of the charming town of Hope, New Jersey. For a large rig, the roads here are very small country roads and require a lot of caution to negotiate. Coming North from Hope, NJ, there were no signs at the turns and require good planning, as a turnaround on some of the roads would be very difficult.
We were in a site at the top of the hill on a beautiful grass area and the first night there, a Thursday night, was one of the quietest nights we have ever experienced at a park, contrasted with the next night, which was one of the noisest! There are many, many seasonol campers scattered everywhere, and come Friday night, it seemed like they all came out from the city to relax and party. We had a particularly noisy group near us that had all sorts of people come in, cars parked all over, sitting around a fire, and the noise of their talking and laughing was so loud, we slept with our windows closed and air conditioning on, to drown it out. They even brought a lawn mower and were mowing grass in front of their area. I mentioned the noise to one of the staff the next day and got a shrug of the shoulders. I know they like the money from the seasonal rentals, but they should police them more and make sure they abide by the same quiet hours that we have to follow. We would never stay there again on a weekend night because of that. - elduque
Jun 2017 - $40.00
When we pulled up, we were taken aback, because it looked like a trailer sale lot. Figured since we were here for two nights, it wouldn't be an issue. Very friendly in the office! The woman in the office wrote all the train schedules for NY for us. We drove through, and found our spot. Looked like some long term residents. Very quiet. - StephanieBekker
Dec 2016 - $42.00
We stayed for two nights in early December of 2016. It was one of only four campgrounds open year round within a one hour drive of Lehigh Valley, PA. It was quiet and not very busy. You could tell it was hunting season from the dear hanging from the swing set. The roads are gravel and have some potholes that are avoidable for the most part. There were a lot of trees, but we were able to get our 40' 5th wheel parked without a problem. There was a play area and it also had a pool. It was closed for the winter, so we cannot comment on the pool. There are dumpsters on site. There are no sewer connections at the campsites, but there is a centrally located, back-in dump station. They also offer Propane for purchase. Others have posted reviews on other sites stating that it was confusing because you drove through a "utility lot" (which you do), but the campground gives you a map and it is easy to find your spot with the map they provide when you check in. We would stay here again off season. We were grateful they were open in early December and we gave it a chance, even with the other reviews. We did not use the restrooms, so we cannot comment on them. They are pet-friendly as we have indoor cats and a neighbor had a dog. - QueenBeeQT
Oct 2016 - $43.00
All previous comments were on target. We needed a place for the evening. Park in back of trailer sales company. Roads are in horrible shape. Person at desk told us to pick out any we wanted. Took 3 attempts to find one to use. Roads are very rutty and windy. Many old campers parked throughout the campground. Could not find a restroom. Water pressure was low and ware had a bad smell. - JOHNGW
Jul 2017 - $56.00
Stayed during the 2017 "RiverFest" weekend in July. Big rain (3-5") first night, many campsites and some roads near us had huge "lakes" of water, but basically all drained during the next 24 hrs. Staff was very cheery and helpful, and ran many fun activities for the kids and adults, with all of them being free (many other c'gs would no doubt charge for them.) Bathrooms were clean & kept in good shape during our stay. Biggest draw for us is the very pretty site right on the Delaware river; the river is split around an island beginning at the front of the campground, and the river between the campground and island is like a large creek, about 4-5' deep at center, and fun and safe enough for even littler kids to play in. They do also have a nice concrete boat put-in right at the front of the campground for bigger boats that want to go in the main river. Site are generally large, and most have at least some shade. We always have a great time here, and will continue to return every year. - Will Dennis
Jul 2016 - $57.00
Great family owned campground. Right on the scenic Delaware River. We really enjoyed camping here. The staff was very polite and helpful. There was plenty of activities to do. We did an 8 mile canoe trip on the Delaware River . It was AWESOME. They bus you up the river and then you canoe back to the campground. We really enjoyed our stay here and cant wait to go back. - scottrig09
Jun 2016 - $57.00
Very clean. Stocked store. Great river access. Huge sites. Nice pool. Great bakery in Portland. - sasully
Aug 2017 - $24.00
This was our fifth stay here, and the most pleasant. Most of the office staff are pleasant and helpful. The same is true of the maintenance crew. This year we were blessed with cooler weather, which makes for a much nicer experience when you are limited to 30 A. electric service. As mentioned in last year's review, a few 50 A. sites for us bigger rigs would be a nice upgrade. Our site was quite level, even though there was a lot of muddy ground due to quite a bit of rain. It wasn't a big problem. but we had to remove our shoes after walking outside. We were parked under some big, old walnut trees, which provided lots of shade. We got used to the occasional walnut bouncing off our roof. The only real negative experience was an RV with three couples who got very drunk and were disruptive until at least 3 AM. When the management heard about this, the drunken idiots were told to leave when they tried to book an extra day here. To me, it shows that the management is serious about civilized behavior in this campground. TV cable is limited to 20 channels, but that was more than enough. WI-FI is located up near the office but, with my booster, I could usually access it during weekdays. The weekends are much busier, and with the influx of kids I had to use my mobile hotspot. It is costlier this year to have visitors -- $10 each as a "facilities fee," but I would guess this is because some campers have abused using the facilities, which mostly consist of the pool and the miniature golf course, which has actually been upgraded since last season. In closing, there are not that many decent campgrounds in the area, and this one has the nicest scenery, location, service, and the lowest fees, at least for longer stays like ours. - dhaney1944
Jul 2017 - $50.00
On the lower camp sites you hardly hear the traffic on 46. Most of the upper sites are park model trailers, cabins and campers who haven't been on the road in years. Nice quiet campground except if they are mowing lawn or pumping out. If your kids will be playing basketball, volleyball or on the playground Oak 6 might be a perfect site, you could watch them from your picnic table. The heated pool looked good but it was too wet and cool while we were there so we never got to try it. - LatitudeAdjustment
Aug 2016 - $23.00
This has been our most pleasant stay at this campground. We used to have to buy $1 tokens to get back into he campground after the office closed. Now you can get an electronic pass with just a refundable $25 deposit. Big improvement !
I also have seen improvement in the friendliness of the office staff. They are much more pleasant than they used to be. I guess all those negative comments were finally listened to.
As noticed in previous reviews, there is no on-site sewer, but they do come and pump out your tanks on Mondays and Fridays.
This is the first time we have camped here in a bigger Class A, and we could only run one AC at a time because they only have 30 Amp. Wiring at least some sites with 50A would be a really nice thing for those of us with bigger rigs. It didn't help that we stayed here during record-breaking heat !
DRFCG is really two different campgrounds. From Sunday night until Friday afternoon, it is pretty quiet here with a lot of empty site. The weekends are rowdy, with a lot of tent campers, but security is pretty much on the ball and quiets down those who get too rowdy.
WI-FI is pretty much restricted to the public buildings at the top of the hill. Our first two weeks here I was able to access it fairly well with my WI-FI booster, but then the signal strength seemed to fade.
Cable (via DISH Network) TV is very limited, less than 20 channels with only SD and kind of weird oversized picture.
All in all, this campground has the best rates in this area ($700 per month), and we will, no doubt, be back next summer for a month or so. - dhaney1944