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Cape May

Beachcomber Camping Resort

462 Seashore Rd, Cape May, NJ 08204-4714
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We are an independent, family-owned camping resort run by the second generation of the founding family. The owners live on-site, year-round to address your camping needs. We are a 100 Acre Wooded Park with full-service resort amenities. We are just 4 short miles to Cape May & Wildwood. We boast 2 Sparkling, Spring-Fed Lakes with a large sandy white beach & Tug Boat Rides (in season), 3 Adult & 3 Kiddie Pools. We are big rig friendly, tent friendly & everything in between! Pets are welcome at Beachcomber! We have Pet-Friendly Rentals, a Tiny house village and TeePee's Too! Try for yourself & see why "It's Better at the Beach!"
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We visited late in the season so we didn’t take advantage of the many amenities, but the park was well maintained and allowed pets. We stayed three nights and enjoyed our stay. The cost for showers was prohibitive. The bath house was very clean and was cleaned each day. We used the laundry coin operated the dryers could hav worked a little better. Overall we enjoyed our stay. It was comfortable!
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First time here and can say it will not be my last! Staff was friendly, the grounds were well kept, there's a beautiful lake and beach and tons of activities. We met seasonal campers that were welcoming and friendly and they also had wonderful comments about their years at Beachcomber. The beaches are close and we did a few day trips to a local brewery as well as a distillery. We've been to many, many campgrounds over 10 years and I can say this is my favorite in NJ! Price was minimally higher than average but well worth it.
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WARNING do NOT go here @ BEACHCOMBER CAMPGROUND. They will scammed you after you paid in full with a confirmations # in hand they will come up with bogus excuses to charged you couple hundred dollars $$ more claiming the girl who you booked with is NEW and she made a mistake. I paid in full $851.US for 6.NIGHTS got a CONFIRMATION# 391, Julie went over dates I PAID and to my horror they phone me 4.hrs later spoke with Bria saying she need to make an adjustment to my reservations as julie charged me only for 5 nights at $851.US and since I'm staying 6 nights she will need to CHARGED me $300.US this will bring my total to $1,151.00US for 6.nights. I told her this is FRAUD and Julie who helped booked my reservations went through dates and i got confirmations i paid for 6 nights so, you're telling me sorry, there is nothing you can do and that you would charged me $300. for your own mistake? beachcomber staffer are money hungry and they would lie to your face even their lies don't make sense. so, if you know am staying 6 nights i paid already $851 US and you issued me confirmation# for those dates, WHY then are you scamming me another $300US?? NEVER EVER AGAIN.
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I've been camping for 30 years. I've never stayed in a campground like this one. It is very well maintained. That is the best I have to report. We did a spring "camp and store" program which allowed us to leave our camper during the week, and then come down on the weekends. Each week, we had some little issue that was brought to our attention. The first week, we didn't realize we couldn't have a second car on our site. We had a big "VIOLATION" notice stuffed in our door. All they had to do was say something. Every Saturday night, there was reminder our picnic table about check out procedures and times frames. Each week, the rules and fees changed, always requiring additional costs on our part. Memorial Day weekend, they charged us DOUBLE to park our second car. We ended our trip by staying for a week...I'd already paid for it, so we were stuck. On the Tuesday of that week...a full five days before our checkout...a manager came to our site to go over what we did and didn't do (cable boxes, extra cars, etc.) to make sure we were accurately charged when we left. It also must be said that this campground is largely seasonal. If you are not seasonal, you are an outsider. A good number of their employees are seasonal campers. Unless they know you, it's just not that friendly. I would not camp here again.
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I spent July 4th week at Beachcomber in my Roadtrek camper van. Since the reviews are so mixed, I was interested in drawing my own conclusions. Beachcomber is nice place overall with a few minor negatives. The campsites are spacious although the location of the sewer connection was not convenient for my rig. The staff is very polite. I didn’t have young children with me, but there appeared to be many activities for the kids. There are 3 pools although I didn’t have time to try them because I was too busy. The Cape May/Wildwood area has so much to offer. The restrooms could be cleaner but they are adequate. You need to pay 25 cents for a 3-minute shower and the temperature fluctuates greatly during that time, requiring you to constantly adjust the knob. Wifi is only provided at hot spots including the pool and pavilion areas. I didn’t bother borrowing a cable box to watch TV. This campground is huge! Be aware that about half of the site are occupied by seasonal park models. Those guests zip around on golf carts which I found highly annoying. The speed limit is 5 mph, but I don’t think golf carts have speedometers. Also, dodging the kids on bikes was nerve wracking, especially at night when they ride around with no lights on the bikes. Overall, it is a nice campground although personally I don’t need all the amenities and activities.
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Frequently Asked Questions about Beachcomber Camping Resort
Which popular attractions are close to Beachcomber Camping Resort?
Nearby attractions include Jersey Shore Alpacas (2.7 miles), Kona Surf Co. (3.8 miles), and Naval Air Station Wildwood Aviation Museum (1.0 miles).
What are some of the property amenities at Beachcomber Camping Resort?
Some of the more popular amenities offered include a pool, kids activities, and internet access.
What are some restaurants close to Beachcomber Camping Resort?
Conveniently located restaurants include Peter Shields Inn & Restaurant, Westside Market, and Washington Inn.
Are there opportunities to exercise at Beachcomber Camping Resort?
Yes, guests have access to a pool during their stay.
Are pets allowed at Beachcomber Camping Resort?
Yes, pets are typically allowed, but it's always best to call ahead to confirm.
Are there any historical sites close to Beachcomber Camping Resort?
Many travelers enjoy visiting Historic Cold Spring Village (2.2 miles), Emlen Physick Estate (4.6 miles), and The Stephen Smith House (5.0 miles).