aqua parkTake a minute to look at what's nearby.

 

  Most attractions listed below are within a 30-minute drive from the campground.

Absecon Lighthouse

Atlantic City  
World famous casinos, boardwalk, amusements, beaches and shops. Towne of Smithville- Off Route 9, north of Atlantic City. Winding cobblestone paths lined with 18th Century village specialty shoppes. (609) 652-7777 

Atlantic City Art Center Museum  
Garden Pier- Offering a monthly series of art exhibitions and juried shows throughout the year. The city's 150 year old history is depicted in the historical museum. (609) 347-5839

Barnegat Lighthouse

Batsto Village - Reconstructed colonial village.

Cherry Hill Mall

Cumberland Mall

Deptford Mall

Edwin B. Forsythe National Wildlife Refuge  
Oceanville, US Rte. 9. 20,197 acres for biking and birding. (609) 652-1665 

Gardner's Basin  
Atlantic City. This turn-of-the-century maritime village with waterfront park features historic vessels, party boat fishing, aquarium and delightful restaurant. Free admission. (609) 348-2880 

Golf Courses
There are a wide variety of golf courses nearby.  Check with the office for details.

Great Adventure Safari & Amusement Park

Hamilton Mall

Hancock House - Revolutionary War Period Home (circa 1734)

Ideal - Women's retail formal wear outlet. (609) 561-2712

Lester G MacNamara Wildlife Management Area  
12,438 acres, located in Cape May and Atlantic counties, bordered by the Tuckahoe and Great Egg Harbor Rivers. For nature lovers and hunters. (609) 228-3221 

Lucy the Margate Elephant  
9200 Atlantic Avenue, Margate. A National Historic Landmark, Lucy is a six story wooden structure
open to the public. (609) 823-6473 

Moorestown Mall

New Jersey Motorsports Park - Millville, NJ

Ocean Drive  
Atlantic City to Cape May. Majestic seashore route. A chain of six bridges connect fourteen vacation communities along 40 miles of Atlantic Coast. 

Renault Winery- Egg Harbor City  
Founded in 1864 by Louis Nicholas Renault, the winery is the oldest vineyard in the United States. Wine tastings, tour, glass museum, gourmet restaurant and gift shop are all set in charming 1800's decor. (609) 965-2111 

Sea Life Museum Marine Mammal Stranding Center  
Brigantine. This unique rehabilitation facility is devoted to rescuing and returning stranded marine
animals. The museum features replicas of game fish, marine mammals and educational exhibits. Free. (609) 266-0538 

Somers Mansion  
1000 Shore Rd Somers Point NJ 609-927-2212
Somers Mansion was built around 1725 by Richard Somers, the son of an early area settler. The three-story brick dwelling, the oldest house in Atlantic city is almost 300 years old!!! The house contains beautiful 18th century furnishings Call for hours. Admission is Free

Stockton Performing Arts Center  
Richard Stockton College, Jimmie Leeds Road, Pomona, 08240. (609) 652-9000. Music, dance, theater, jazz, summer children's theater. 

Storybook Land  
Route 40/322, Black Horse Pike, 10 miles west of Atlantic City. Children's theme park, family fun and petting zoo. (609) 641-7847 

The Noyes Museum  
Oceanville. This wonderful museum features an extensive bird decoy collection and rotating and
permanent collections of contemporary American art. Decoy carving demonstrations are given daily. (609) 652-8848 

Tomasello's Winery
Wine tasting and sales.  225 White Horse Pike, Hammonton, NJ  08037 - (609) 561-0567

Wheaton Village & American Glass Museum
1501 Glasstown Rd., Millville, NJ  08332 - (800) 998-4552

(Emergency Room Facility) AtlantiCare Health Park at Hammonton
219 White Horse Pike, Hammonton, New Jersey 08037 - (888) 569-1000