Located just south of the town of Seaville, and a mere 30 minutes from Atlantic City, Lake & Shore RV Resort is the ideal place to settle in to relax and recreate along the Jersey Shore. With so much to do right in the resort, you may not be inclined to leave, but you also have the Cape May Wetlands Wildlife Area, Cape May National Wildlife Refuge, and Cape May County Park and Zoo just minutes away. There’s also the famous Atlantic City Boardwalk and Aquarium.
Lake & Shore RV Resort offers 70 transient RV sites with full hookups in a cozy, wooded area. Four of these sites are ADA accessible. There are also five designated tent campsites. There are restrooms and showers available in several locations; a dump station is located . The resort also has a number of cottages and long-term sites. Wifi service is available for an extra feel. Dogs are permitted, but must remain leashed. Contact the resort for current rates.
The resort’s main area is where you’re likely to spend most of your time. Visitors have access to a clubhouse lounge, game room, indoor and outdoor playgrounds, an outdoor pool and kids’ water park, a picnic pavilion, and putt-putt golf course. Fishing, swimming and paddling are available on the 12-acre lake, as well as beach volleyball and a community fire pit for gathering in the evenings. Near the back of the resort are sports fields, horseshoe pits and shuffleboard, as well as walking and biking trails.
This is our first stay at this Thousand Trails resort.
We had a reservation that we made using the App. The app did not allow us to book a stay starting on a Thursday, Friday, or Saturday so we checked in on Sunday. The reason i mention this is that when set up in our site our neighbor told us that there were plenty of empty sites all the previous week - he stays here frequently and recommended calling rather than using the Thousand Trails app.
Next note - the resort did not reserve a particular site and suggested that we drive around and select the one we liked. That was ok and we got a nice level site with a concrete pad under the picnic table. Partially shaded. Consideration - As we have a class B unit we will be in and out of the site - we needed some way to designate that the site was taken if we went out. The resort did not plan for this ( see later note ) but they did come out and give us a length of caution tape to us to block the site.
This is a fairly large place. The sites are clean but small. Far and away this resort is used by seasonal and cabin campers. They only have a few ( maybe 25 or so) transient sites which they seem to allocate on on a first come first serve basis. If you have a class b and plan to go in an out i recommend you bring some sort of indicator to mark your site as occupied.
We came in late September so the pool was closed but the lake side beach was still open. The beach was clean and had beach chairs.
The camp store has limited offerings, was not open on Mon and Tue, and closed at 4. This may have been because we were late in the season.
We stayed early in the season and found it to be a little closed up still. It was very quiet and had a few chats with the Ladies in the office who were very nice and informative. I would like to go in season but you have to reserve a year in advance.