Getting to the park was just a little hairy. You have to drive downtown Jersey City, but take it slow, and you won't have many problems. When you drive down the access road, you will see a sign on the left for Liberty Harbour/RV, and an entrance to a lot. Keep going straight. The RV park is all the way at the end of the road. The staff were friendly, and the WI-FI service was pretty good. The sites are tight, and they have no sewer hook up. There is a dump station though. We had no problems with the water or electricity. There is not much else at this campground. There is a bathroom with showers, but we used the one in the trailer, so I can't comment on theirs. We were there during the late October snow storm, and the roads in the campground were plowed by the time we got up the next morning. Before going, you should pull up the web site. It does explain everything, including the fact that they do not have sewer hook up, but a dump station. They will pump your tank out for a $20 fee, however. The access to the NYC is great. You can take the ferry, or the Path train. We used the train ($2), and were in the city in no time at all. We will certainly return again.
We have stayed at this park several times because we are season pass holders to Kings Dominion. The bathrooms and showers were clean. They don't have cable here, but TV reception is fine. If you want to hook you satellite up, you should get a pull through below the restroom, on the park side of the campground. The train noise has never been an issue for us. The free shuttle to the park is great, but they do not allow you to take pets on it anymore. We usually drive to the park w/ the dog and drop her off at the kennel. During the day we use the shuttle to go back to the campground. Friendly staff. Just wish they had cable.
We made another annual trip to this KOA again. Once again, the campground was great. They got pretty busy over mother's day weekend, but the restrooms and showers were very clean. The staff was great. We had reservations and I hardly had time to get out of the truck when someone pulled up in a golf cart and said "follow me". They took us strait to our site (#66 on the dune), and did a great job backing us in. The staff was working very hard making sure campers got to the sites in a timely manner. This campground is great for the kids, and it was obvious not only from watching our own, but the others in the park as well. Many things to do, and great planned activities. The beach is only a short walk over the dune. We will continue to make this trek every year.
We stayed 4 days and had a great time. The campground got pretty busy over the holiday weekend, but the way they have it set up it was pretty spaced out. The shuttle to the park ran every 15 min. or better. You can also take your pet on the shuttle to drop off at the kennel. They honor season pass, and Good Sam discounts. Both are the same. Restrooms were very clean, even during peak weekend. Staff was friendly, and they have a good store and lodge w/ game room.
The campground was great for kids. Between the pool, playground, and game room, plenty to do. Nice amount of space for rv's. Staff was friendly, and everything seemed to be clean. One problem, the shuttle bus. Getting to Disney was not bad. Getting back to the campground was terrible. It took over 2 hours. The campground is the last stop, and the bus just ran up and down the strip before we got dropped off. Great place to stay, just drive yourself to attractions.
This place looks like it might have been a happening place at one time. Buildings are old, and we did not use them because our trailer has everything. It was quiet, cheap, and a good jump-off point for local attractions. Staff friendly.
This campground comes highly recommended! We stayed with our 4 yr old for a week. Close to Key West, and town. Movies on the beach at night, and the campground bar was fun. Very friendly staff, and clean.
We stayed a week at this campground w/ our 4yr old. It was terrific! Everything including Key West are close. The campground bar was fun, and they have there own beach. Movies are shown at night on the beach. Staff very friendly, and would recommend this campground.
Two inlaws, wife, and 4 year old stayed here during a local wine festival. The owners were very nice. The camp store stocks Bison. We did not have the same problems that the other posts had. Sites had plenty of room.