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153 Reviews of 21 Dennisville, New Jersey Campgrounds
Checked in late so had to figure out where to go without a map, I was on site 21 which is the sites right after the Lean-To's. Pulled up to the site and you come down a little hill and you get a picnic table and a fire ring along with a big spacious site! Ground is pretty level here and had minimal…
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The camping in this forest is wonderful for camping and polite people 😀
We got there, the host wasn’t very friendly. We had to pay $50 per night for a tent site that was sandy mud. The facilities were nice and they had a pool and some other amenities. Somebody found a snake in there trailer so watch out for those 😂
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Nice sunny spot, clean facilities, right next to a bike path that takes you directly to the beach which is about a 20 minute walk. Campsites clustered a bit and a lot of families.
Nice facilities, most of the walking trails would have been much for our little guy. It would be an awesome place to have bikes and cruise around. Nice beaches, an awesome playground, and you’re super close to Lewes and Rehoboth beach towns. We loved exploring them. Pretty pricey for a weekday we…
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Great campground with lots to offer for families with children. Nice walking and biking trails. Trails and campground well maintained. Several beach access points and nice fishing pier. Nature center, historic military structures and watch towers. Very nice playground designed for varying ages and…
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We just stayed for two nights. There is so much to do that we did not even get to it all. We also went to Long Beach Island and were happy with how clean and quiet the beach was. We stayed in the 500 section which is close to a lot of the activities.
A beautiful camping area that is affordable, each site is very large, very clean and well maintained, bathrooms and showers 24/7. The camp ground area is very large and signed extremely well making finding your campsite easy. Bathrooms and showers can be a hike. If you can bring a portable toilet,…
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This was our inaugural trip with our new trailer! We were super excited to stay at Cape Henlopen because we had visited our cousins the year before, which is what got us hooked into the camper life!
We stayed in Row D - was a great location- nearest the cabins.
The play ground area is great -…
I do not recommend this campground. From overpriced nothing special sites. To super tight streets. No campsite WiFi. Cable does not have any channels. Sites are nothing special. Security will knit pick rules and make new ones as weekend goes on. Changed noise time from 11pm to 1030 on Memorial Day…
Great beach and bike bike paths. We could have spent so much longer here and explored
4 stars because of how close together the sites are. Especially the inner tents of T loop.
G loop has more space over all
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Have a small travel camper. Felt like I was on display. Lots of long term rigs and not very private.
We brought our 2 weimaraners here for a couple years now. It's dog friendly with a dog friendly beach. Alot of the local restaurants are also dog friendly. This is a beautiful park with lots of walking trails . Some of the spots a kinda small so book accordingly.
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My husband and I went camping here a few years back. It's such a great place because it's near the beach, it has nice picnic spots and playground areas for children. There is a learning center where you can see different sea creatures. There is a fishing pier, it's close to outlet shopping and…
We were here about 10-15 yrs ago and swore we’d never go back. I’m glad we did. They’ve added a pool and are working on a mini golf area. Nice playground, basketball court, 2 fishing areas. Almost all the seasonals are new(er) campers and even the older ones are well maintained-180° change from the…