New Jersey Camping – Attractions
New Jersey is a kaleidoscope of natural, picturesque landscapes filled with some of the best and exciting experiences in the Northeast. More than 25,000 sites await visitors across the State, sites of all shapes and sizes that can excite children of all ages from 2 to 92.
From the picturesque Delaware Water Gap to a view of the Statue of Liberty or the Pinelands, the ideal vacation experience is close at hand.
Canoeing, hiking, biking, birding and unlimited recreation activities can also be found around the state and many camgrounds are within a short drive of some of the state’s premium attractions and fabulous Atlantic Ocean beaches and boardwalks.
So, whether it’s a cabin by a lakeshore or just a sleeping bag amidst the rugged mountain wilderness, New Jersey is the ideal camping destination.
To help you plan your New Jersey Camping vacation, we’ve divided the state into six regions. Click on the links below to find out what each region has to offer.
Make sure to check them all out because each has its own distinct beauty, history and character.
We’ve also included a comprehensive listing of attractions, historic sites and accommodations.
- Atlantic Region Attractions
The Atlantic Region Attractions are rich with activities and places of interest to visit. Starting with the Casinos, the beach the shops and of course the gourmet food in Atlantic City you won’t be bored here!
- Delaware Region Attractions
New Jersey’s Delaware Region Attractions are all of these and more. It’s a unique region that can provide you with many things to do and see on your next vacation
- Gateway Region Attractions
Live with action, the Gateway Region Attractions have everything for your perfect vacation. Start with historic sites. You’ll discover a pre-Revolution house that’s now the home of Indian artifacts and colonial toys.. During the Revolution, Washington’s troops marched through the Gateway area, and you can follow their footsteps down the road to independence as you wander through towns filled with museums.
- Shore Region Attractions
Mention the Shore Region Attractions, and certain images immediately come to mind: more than 60 miles of pristine beaches from Sandy Hook down to Holgate; surfcasting off Seaside Park; perhaps some bodysurfing off Bay Head; or maybe a moonlit walk in Surf City.
- Skyland Region Attractions
For cultural experiences or just plain fun, the sky’s the limit with the Skyland Region Attractions – indoors, outdoors, any time of year.
- Southern Shore Region Attractions
When you think about the Southern Shore Region Attractions you think about walking along 30 miles of wide sandy beaches. Experience the warmth of a Victorian inn. Take a stroll through history or enjoy the fresh bounty of the sea at a gourmet restaurant.