35 Parks near Tuckahoe, New Jersey
Aug 2006 - $38.00
Just your basic park, located right on the Tuckahoe River. A quite place, mostly seasonal with very reasonably priced seasonal sites. No junk or drunks on golf carts. - Zipster
Jun 2016 - $65.00
Whippoorwill raised the price this year, which isn't so bad for the proximity to OCNJ. The service and cleanliness are still top notch. We have been staying here for a number of years and, now that I have a larger camper, I must say that the trees and signs located on the very edges of every road make for a hazardous finale to our trek to Whippoorwill. It is stressful to tow in the park and backing in can be a challenge (to be kind) in some spots. I had to request a site change, as Site 18 is a bear to land our 28' travel trailer. Beach tag rental is a nice option, but I was none too pleased to be charged for an extra day when I turned them in at my checkout day/time. Apparently, they are due by 9am and 11am on checkout day nets you a one an additional days rent. In the end it was an extra $6, but I hate being "nickel and dimed" for something that I do not recall being told. Thankfully the ridiculous gates were out of service again, as seems to be the case on every visit. This time they removed the turnstiles. So, at least safety, was restored. Whippoorwill is a fine campground, but I think it is time to shop around for future visits. - rvparkreviews_cc
Jul 2015 - $60.00
A heavily wooded campground conveniently located near Ocean City, NJ. Staff quite friendly, although male teenager who escorted us to our site was useless - didn't speak a word of advice or guidance while we parked the RV. A large quality pool, recreation area and snack bar are available. We'll be back. - Lancaster Camper
Jun 2015 - $58.00
Short hop over the 34th Street bridge to Ocean City NJ. Very level, all sand sites...of course it's South Jersey.
Service is excellent.
Mostly seasonal, but they are so well kept that it makes for very enjoyable long walks around the campground.
Off-island camping is always buggy in the summer. Asian Tiger mosquitoes will get you during the day. Be prepared.
Olympic size pool is open to the public (for a fee) and it is fun to watch the kids swim team practice.
Everything that you need is nearby and it is nice to leave the beach and avoid the crowds at the end of your day. They rent beach tags which is very helpful and save a lot of money. Bring cash as you will need to leave large deposit for beach tags and key cards. But, it's nice to have that back in your pocket for your return home.
The only complaint that I have is with their turnstiles for entry and exit. They often malfunction. On our last trip, the power went out. Thank God for 12V battery and a tank full of fresh water. But, the turnstiles failed and there was no way to enter or exit the campground. Now, that's a small inconvenience for a vacationer. But, if an ambulance or fire truck must wait for someone in the office to run down and manually remove the turnstile, then there could be a dangerous situation. They really need to remove these stupid turnstiles, or at least the exit turnstile. It really doesn't serve much purpose other than to annoy. - rvparkreviews_cc
May 2012 - $36.00
There are only 9 RV sites available at this time. The remaining sites are all permanent single-wides. All sites are tree shaded. No way to get satellite TV. Cable TV is very good with plenty of channels. Sites can be very rough, parking on dirt. Park amenities are quite a distance from the sites, as is the trash dumpsters and laundry. Must pay completely in advance when making reservations. PA discount available, but restricted. Check it out. This is a Morgan RV Resorts property. Good location, 8 miles from Ocean City and 25 miles from Atlantic City. Owners/manager(s) not on site when we arrived. Two young men helped us park, and we needed the help. Roads are very narrow. Drop towed before parking. - kipmeister
May 2016 - $34.00
Wonderful campground, excellent location. Located midway between Cape May (lovely, lovely) and Atlantic City (not so lovely), this campground has lots of shade, good management, and many summertime activities (swimming pool, game room, snack bar, bingo, etc.) for everyone. Sites are spacious with sand added to level the forest floor, so pads are needed under jacks. Many of the sites are leased for the season and all properties were well maintained. In the summer time there is also a farm stand nearby so you don't have to leave the campground. Trees lining the exit lane at the barrier arm from the campground need to be trimmed back; but, other than that, we had no complaints and will definitely stay there on our return trip. - Mom_of_Two
Aug 2016 - $95.00
One of my favorite places to stay. Great place, love the beach. 2 mile drive to the closest beach and a lake has a beach that you can walk to in the evening. There are trees along the sites which can make it tricky for parking but the sites are very nice. Great water park. The choo choo train is always a favorite. I love the lights that seasonals have throughout the park. - Shirley speraw
May 2016 - $49.00
We recently stayed at Oceanview for a 2 night stay during the week. It was nice and quiet and all but empty. It was the week before Memorial Day weekend so some of the amenities weren't open but we enjoyed ourselves and weren't bothered one time by anyone. Some of the roads are extremely tight depending on the size of your rig. We have a 40' Raptor so we know to book accordingly. The site we stayed at was directly across from the lake and was as level as they come, I didn't even need the leveling blocks. The only catch was the sewer inlet was higher than my RV so it took some creative thinking to empty the tanks. We ended up leaving with our black tank not emptied and dumped on the way home. But I'd definitely stay again and again. We paid $49 a night which is great for a few minutes from the beach in my opinion. - On_my_whey
May 2015 - $50.00
The campground is huge, probably a mile from one end to the other. Majority are seasonal residents in park models and converted trailers. Very few sites suitable for big rigs. Very forested. A few sites had gravel but most, including ours, were native dirt/sand. Very messy. No satellite reception. Cable was good. Utilities were good. Can't recall about the WiFi. Restrooms were plentiful and very nice. Staff was friendly but not very knowledgeable. Laundry was nice but seemed expensive at $2.50 a load but must say we rarely use laundries so not sure. Lots for the kids with lake, huge pool, cafe and fishing ponds. - VegasVagabonds
May 2016 - $75.00
Its is a seasonal park. Rates are $6500 to $7500+++.
Management is very unprofessional and ignorant. Power, internet WiFi, water, cable all are problems here.
There are better, more affordable, non-corporation owned campgrounds around. Do some research. There is a reason so many campers are for sale here. Fees go up a minimum of $200.00 every year. State police in here very often. Lots of items get stolen from your site.
Not the best around. - bbqman1968
Jul 2007 - $40.00
This campground is crowded and geared towards seasonals. The transient sites that are available are far and few between. Good luck trying to find out where your site ends and the other begins. This campground is owed and operated by a corporation and I guess they haven't been in the bathrooms or have had to take a shower in them lately. They do clean the bathroom/shower area but some of them are so old it just doesn't help. We were lucky I'm told in my area as far as the bathrooms go. But my friends had to had to enjoy the septic system being pumped out in that area while they had their breakfast. The pond is green with a nice beach and big slide, my six year old enjoyed playing in the area with the outdoor equipment. But we used the pool instead. They have their own restaurant on the grounds as well as a store. There were some activities available. I did find the speed limit a little fast for a campground but it is a big place. It wouldn't be my first choice but depending on what you want to spend there are other campgrounds in the area more expensive. It's a short ride to some great beaches in the area. - Hargus
Apr 2007 - $42.00
We camped at Pine Haven in the off season in early April. The campground was very nice, sites were large and fairly easy to get onto. - rmiller110
Jul 2009 - $2.00
This campground has sold out to the nearby Driftwood Resort and is being converted to an "all-seasonal" resort. Pass on it. - revdon64
Jun 2007 - $36.00
My kids love the lake that you swim in, its fun and relaxing. And the camp is not really too far from Wildwood. - RDewitt
Jan 2007 - $41.00
We were seasonal campers at Hidden Acres for years and before we became seasonal - we camped there in a pop-up for years. In the past 2 years - it has gone downhill. The new owner did not take pride in the campground like the original owners. Homeless people were given run down campers to live in all summer and the sites were dirty and full of junk. There was a rule in the contract that your site must be kept neat and orderly and your camper must look the same. I never saw so many campers with blue tarps over them and junk all over the site. Sometimes, the grass in the playground would be as tall as my knee - which became tick city! The recycling bins were filled for a whole weekend, with cans on the ground. The store is never stocked, you have to get in your car and go to WaWa or Acme just for a container of milk or eggs. And honestly - some of the seasonals there became out of control. Quiet hours start at 11. People stay up past that, which is fine, but these people would be loud, yelling. Their kids would be roaming all over the place. And the underage drinking, law suit waiting to happen! - JerseyGirl
Jun 2013 - $35.00
One of our favorites, a no frills campground with all the amenities you need. Everything was clean, the pool was fun. There were a lot of bugs and our site was a little cramped. A smaller trailer would fit nice where we were. Nothing much else to say about this place but we love coming here and will be back. - Jellystar
Aug 2010 - $86.00
This is no longer a Yogi Bear Jellystone Park. I have stayed at this campground many years and have watched the deterioration right in front of my eyes. Since the takeover by a major corporation, the park has looked trashy. This year, though, it looked better. Most of the larger and shady sites have seasonal campers on them, leaving most of us that camp overnight in the sun. The Nascar arena is very nice but in the late afternoon and early evening hours the sun is shining right on the screen. Most of the time there was not any trash pickup. I had to dispose of it myself. The web homepage of this campground is very deceiving, most of the pictures are not from this campground. I have since changed my home campground to a different one. I decided to chose quality over quantity. I can live without all of the additional amenities for a weekend or a week and enjoy my camping experience without hassles. - niacmas
May 2009 - $40.00
Now that I have returned from our weekend, I realize I should have read reviews before booking the place. We came here specifically for Mother's Day activities. Many of these were cancelled. Not enough staff? I saw quite a few staff members on the grounds. My kids said the activities were not real good and they felt rushed. The hayride was lame. The site we were registered for was impossible for us to get to with our 31' trailer. The roads were very narrow and near impossible to navigate through. It was not a problem to change to a better site. Camp store not very well stocked. Although this was not the best experience, we might return again when the pool is open. The playground was lots of fun. |Maybe more activities when the park is full. This weekend was mostly regulars with some of the kids thinking they run the place. - autismmom
Aug 2016 - $54.00
We stayed 6 days in the nice pull-thru sites in the front of the park, in close proximity to the playground and pool, which was great for families with kids. The laundry was also nearby, and it was clean and well-maintained. The camp store is small but well-stocked. There is a nice game room, which thankfully our kids did not learn about until the last day: instead they spent lots of time biking and playing.
There are a lot of permanent sites and regulars, therefore is quite busy and a little rowdy on the weekend. Our biggest issue was with the bathrooms, which they desperately need to update. The showers have a push-button style that is awkward and they really need to put a screen door on the bathrooms! We avoided the bathrooms as much as possible and used our camper instead, which was usual for us. - threeunderfour
Jul 2016 - $54.00
This is one of the few campgrounds in our home state that we continue to visit. It is small, but everyone, staff and seasonals, is friendly. The pools are in pristine condition and there is a snack bar as well. The activities for kids and adults are numerous. Horseshoes is very popular with the men here as well. Most of the sites are shaded. It is always quiet. We camp here two to three times a year. A great place to ride bikes as well--it is small and flat. However, the roads are not paved. The playground is kept in good condition as well. We already have reservations to return again. - autismmom
Jul 2016 - $60.00
Great little local campground. Very small but has a beautiful pool and lots of activities for the kids. Has good snack bar at the pool.
The seasonal folks are very friendly as are all of the staff. Not a big Nature trail type place, just good for a nice weekend and some horseshoes. Mostly very flat so biking is easy, stone roads though. They have some pull through premiums near the pool, but not too close.
We go at least once per year here. - NJPerry
Jul 2015 - $50.00
We stayed here only for a weekend, very clean park. The park is majority seasonal campers/residents. We were only able to get a water/electric hook up due to it being summer. We would stay here again if in that area. - EastPAcamper
Aug 2014 - $60.00
Nice park. Sites clean and paved, road was a little busy, nice pools. I will stay here again, - JasonR
Mar 2012 - $45.00
We had a great experience at this campground. The sites are pull through and level. There are only a few sites that aren't seasonal but the seasonals are very well kept and there is pride in ownership. The campground is very well located near Wildwood and Cape May and not far from the famous Ocean City, NJ. The Cape May zoo is right down the road and is a must (and it's free!). The staff at Driftwood are top notch and anything we needed was provided. The manager actually went above and beyond for us. Great place to stay if you are looking to enjoy Jersey's southern Shore. - Adrian'n'Rocky