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Cape May Court House , NEW JERSEY

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Camping New Jersey Cape May Court House

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Most Recent Cape May Court House Camping Reviews

This is a family favorite! Jellystone is a great place to stay and has everything you'd want in a campground.

Camping Gem

This was part two of our shakedown cruise for our new RV. We stayed just for one night, but wish we could have stayed longer. 

The park was easy to find and located a short distance from the highway. We were met at the entry gate with a personalized folder containing lots of helpful information for our stay. I was impressed at how prepared they were for our arrival. 

We navigated the park to our lakefront site using the map with pre-marked route in our welcome packet. The roads and turns were tight for our 36’ motorhome, but manageable. 

Our lakefront site(#57) was superb! It was between a small, paved boat ramp and a row of arborvitae trees on the other side separating us from the neighboring site. The entire site was level and covered in mulch. The water, electric, and sewer hookups looked practically brand new(or at least really well maintained). Oh, and we were on the edge of Cranes Lake! 

We ordered food from their website which was promptly delivered to our site. That was cool. We had great wifi connectivity. And the firewood they sold burned for several hours. 

If I had to make a negative remark, I’d say the place is a bit pricey(we paid$105), but I’m ok with it because it’s so well maintained and clean. 

The nature trails accessible from the campground make for great wooded walking. And if you forgot anything, there’s a Walmart about 3.5 miles away. 

In summary, this place is a camping gem and we can’t wait to go back.

Tent camping

Went for a a scout event May 2019 and was enjoyable. Lots to do. Caught a lot of fish. Tent camping.

Orderly camp

Campground is clean and orderly. From what I’ve seen staying twice in April, the owner drives around to check on things. My kids had a lot of fun and made a lot of friends. They had a great trip. Campground is also

not overly huge.

Small sites with trees blocking

So we stayed May 1-2 so many amenities are closed. The campground is huge but seems clean. The roadways are narrow and there isn’t a lot of maneuvering room. We stayed in site 402a and it was a nightmare backing in and getting out of. We have a 42 ft 5th wheel but the website said it could accommodate the size . The bad thing is that there are trees all the way up to the street which limits your turn radius as well as cement marker poles. It took us a crew of fellow campers to get us in and out of site. Also some campsites were loud. We could hear a party going on from a few streets away.


Off the beat and path but extremely nice state park.

Busy and Books Fast

Popular because it's a destination for parties

Beach Camping

One of the few campgrounds that offer beach sites

Family Owned and Operated

This is a favorite of mine because the owners are awesome. The facility is well maintained and they do not put up with drama. In past 10 years I have always felt safe and protected. Swimming pool is wonderful !

Favorite Resort

Everything at this resort is shiny and new.

There is not a lot of shade as most of the vegetation has just been planted, so take that into consideration when planning your trip.

The Tiki Bar had amazing drinks and bar food. And the bartenders were super nice and accommodating.

The camp store has everything you could want and more.

It was fun paddle boarding on the calm water.

Be warned, there are a lot of people on golf carts hauling ass throughout the property. I wish there were some sort of common sense/decency test people had to pass before being allowed to drive golf carts, so just be careful when you’re walking.