We stayed at this campground for three nights over the last weekend in July. We have camped at other campgrounds at the Jersey shore, but usually in the month of June, which is not as crowded. When we arrived and drove by the other sites, we had a sinking feeling of "Oh no, these sites are packed in here like sardines...this does not look good". When we found our site, we were pleased and felt that if was probably the best site in the entire place, (H-3) as it had privacy and faced an open field. We did not have any children with us, so did not use the pool, game room,etc. but everything was very clean and nicely landscaped. We did go for a walk and saw that there were a few other sites that might have been okay, but if you do not want to be right on top of your neighbor, DO NOT stay anywhere in the inner loop! It probably would be a nice place to stay off season.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Holly Shores Campground and RV Resort is conveniently located right between historic Cape May and the Wildwoods.Our wooded park will provide you with the pleasures of the forest, yet you're only minutes away from the beaches and oceans that have made our area famous. Join in with all the activities we offer your family at Holly Shores, or just relax at your campsite and enjoy the peace and quiet that our natural surroundings provide for you.Awarded "Large Park of the Year" by ARVC"Best Campground" by CapeMaycom"Top Rated NJ Park" by Trailer Life ... more less
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