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Acampamento aberto a partir de 01 January até 31 December
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Lake & Shore RV Resort

515 Corson Tavern Road
08230, Ocean View
New Jersey, Estados Unidos

Lake & Shore RV Resort é um parque de campismo localizado em Ocean View , Estados Unidos, localizado na região da New Jersey. Lake & Shore RV Resort O a tenda de campismo y a piscina interior. Os cães são permitidos.

Em Lake & Shore RV Resort é possível acampar com a caravana o a autocaravana. Além de acampar é possível alugar também a casa de campo de aluguer. Você pode encontrar várias atividades recreativas no acampamento. Há a parque infantil y a Área do minigolfe.

Para a lavandaria há secadores de roupa disponível.

Características do local

Cabines para alugar

Instalação de Serviços
ligação de TV
Tenda de campismo


Parque infantil
Piscina Exterior
Área do Minigolfe
Campo de golfe
Aluguer de barcos

Mudança de fraldas para bebés
Secadores de roupa

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Inglês (US)
We stayed here 5/22/22-6/12/22. After a year and a half on the road, this was one of our favorite campgrounds. Upsides: There is literally a lake with a beach. It seems like they clean and smooth the beach every morning. The lake water was warm. Bret swam in it multiple times. Our friends went fishing and caught some small fish. On the weekends, during that season, there was also a bounce house by the beach. There is a nice path that goes around the lake, probably about 3/4 of a mile long. There are also lots of interconnecting trails in the woods. They also have a nice pool area, and the pool is large. They also have a gym. If you know Bret, you know he likes to work out. He says it was one of the nicer campground gyms that he has seen, which included elliptical machines, a few weight machines, and dumbbells that went up to 30 pounds. They have a couple other regular things such as a store and library. The sites are large and clean. Ours was mostly dirt. Trees were spread out enough and pruned, so they weren’t a problem. Internet was amazing with our cell phones on Verizon, and our hotspots on Cricket & T-Mobile. It was probably THE best internet we've had on the road. Downsides: There were a couple of times that we went to the gym or store and they were closed, during their regular hours. The children’s water park which is separate from the regular pool, was closed when we were there, which included over Memorial Day weekend. It was supposed to reopen at that time like most places, but it never did, at least while we were there. That was a bummer because it was one of the main reasons we went there. The regular pool area and lake were still open though. Horseflies - There are places around the park, especially on the path around the lake, unfortunately, where the horseflies can be relentless. All together it was one of the best campgrounds, if not THE best, that we’ve been to. We would definitely stay there again. While you're in the area, go check out the Cape May Zoo!
1 ano ás

Inglês (US)
This place unfortunately is a giant long term and seasonal place. The transient TT sites are all sand and dirt and very sloppy. Especially after it rains. Staff is non-existent. The seasonals are loud and blast music at their sites and there is a lot of golf cart traffic. Nobody seems to obey the speed limit. It’s rough.
2 anos ás

Inglês (US)
Stayed free for 2 nights as part of our Thousand Trails membership. Full hookups (water, sewer, 50amp). Water pressure was on the low side at 40psi. Power took every last inch of stretching our 50ft cable to reach the post way in the back. The post was on the opposite side in the back corner. We backed our 42ft 5th wheel all the way until it was actually touching our water regulator to reach the power. There weren't many open sites available when we showed up. Just 4 actually, and they were all a bit short and a little tricky to get into with trees or odd angles. Looks like most of the sites are annual or semi-permanent residents. There's sand everywhere (the roads, the sites, in the air when it blows) so plan on getting sand in your camper. We found a site with gravel and a cement pad. The lake is nice, but the snapping turtles scared off our kids. The amenities were all still closed due to the pandemic so we spent most of our time exploring away from the campground.
3 anos ás