Drive along Highway 138 or Highway 9 for an, RV Rentals NJ trip and you'll find your pick of RV friendly parks. Dotted among the 127 miles of beautiful beaches, the various RV resorts and campgrounds are the perfect stop to embrace the beauty of the Garden State (New Jersey).
For travelers unsure of which of the many sites to rest at and enjoy, check out the few options below:
Long Beach RV Resort
Rediscover the beautiful forests and kid friendly activities while vacationing at the Long Beach RV Resort. Boasting 227 sites, this resort is the perfect blend of entertainment and nature, featuring a golf course, jump pillow, nature trails for hiking, swimming pool, children's playground and much more.
Liberty State Park
Located in the middle of the northern New Jersey, Liberty State Park is one of the most dramatic parks in New Jersey. Offering a variety of recreational activities, including walkways for walking, jogging, biking, or rollerblading, bird watching, picnic sights, fishing, and boating or kayaking. A short jot from the ferry to the Statue of Liberty and Ellis Island, Liberty State Park is a must for any RV vacation.
Wharton State Forest
The perfect spot for travelers, the Wharton State Forest is part of the famous Pine Barrens-- 1.1 million acre nature preserve. With easy access to the lake, canoes and motorboats, the Wharton State Forest is a beautiful spot to enjoy nature and the many perks that includes.
Allaire State Park
Found tucked away in Farmingdale, this 3, 199 acre park is a sure stop for any RV traveler. Offering opportunities to fish, hike, and bike, the Allaire State Park is the perfect place to enjoy the simplicity of camping. With its 45 campsites and wonderful return to nature, visiting New Jersey has never been easier.
Wherever your journey takes you, using Cruise America is the smartest way to travel. The Garden State is a wonderful place to drive through for your RV rentals NJ trip. Book an RV for your next vacation using one of our easily accessible locations: Denver or Denver South and enjoy the sights of New Jersey today.