Places to glamp in the NJ area

KOA SOUTHERN PHILADELPHIA

Looking to go camping with the kids, but not quite ready to set up tents, campsites and more? These places offer glamping sites that will make camping so much fun that you will enjoy the great outdoors.

Holly Shores Camping Resort
491 US 9, Cap May
Contact the campsite secretariat at (877) 494-6559 for prices. Security deposit of $ 250.

Go glamping on the shore in one of Holly Shores Camping Resort’s glamping safari tents. The 16’x20 ‘tents are equipped with a king size bed, two twin beds, a mini fridge, a coffee maker, a microwave, a bathroom, a fan, air conditioning and heating. The campsite provides showers in their public bath. Each tent also has an eight foot covered outdoor patio with Adirondack chairs, picnic table, fire ring, and outdoor charcoal barbecue. They sleep four people. Pets are not accepted.

Glamping tent in Pittstown
Pittstown, NJ – exact location provided after booking
$ 150 per night plus cleaning fees, service charges and taxes and occupancy fees
This cozy glamping tent comes with a double bed and plenty of blankets and pillows. There is a maximum of four people, infants are not included. If your party has more than two people, the floor can accommodate two more people. Animals are admitted. There is also a half bath in a pretty rustic outhouse, as well as access to a drinking water hose and washing up. The tent is on a raised platform and intended for use in all four seasons, so you don’t have to worry about getting dirty or squeezing anything into your space. Relax on the terrace or by the fireplace and enjoy the beauty of nature.

KOA South Philadelphia
117 Timberlane Road Clarksboro, New Jersey
Glamping sites start at $ 85. Prices vary according to dates and number of people
KOA campgrounds across the country offer your typical campsites, but many like the NJ also have luxury tents, perfect for a romantic or quiet getaway, but still giving you access to plenty of amenities. If you are looking to bring the kids, you can also choose to stay in one of their luxury cabins which are filled with all the comforts of home but in a quaint wooded location. With your own kitchen, bathroom and interior plumbing, these cabins will delight even reluctant campers. KOA Campground is located just 20 minutes outside of Philadelphia and offers a pool, fishing pond, bike rentals, and even wifi (so you don’t feel like you’re pushing it too hard). There are also games for the family, like cornhole, ladder ball, horseshoes and a playground. And it accepts pets and there is a dog park for your puppy to run around.

Glamping treehouse
Ocean View, NJ – exact location provided after booking
The price depends on the number of nights you stay.
Glamp through the woods and near the beach at this treehouse. The house is equipped with three bunk beds, a sofa bed and a bathroom. Showers and a laundry room are available on the campsite where the tree house is located. The house also has a kitchen with a table that seats five, a stove, sink, microwave, refrigerator, coffee maker, toaster, and cooking utensils. There is also a 19 inch flat screen TV for entertainment. Relax on the house’s outdoor patio, which features a fire ring and grill. With the beach nearby, the games room and the campsite’s fishing and crabbing bridge, fun activities are available to everyone as a family. This treehouse accommodates a maximum of six people, including children, infants and pets (additional charge).

Fire camps
1150 Danby Rd, Ithaca, NY
Prices depend on specific dates. There is a charge of $ 50 per night per person for additional adults and a charge of $ 30 per night per person for additional children (4-12 years old). Dogs are allowed in non-electric tents for $ 25 per night.

If you are looking for something more luxurious, try one of Firelight Camps’ safari tents. King tents are best suited for couples or families of three, with a maximum occupancy of three, while Double Queen tents are ideal for large families or groups, with a maximum occupancy of four. The tents have hardwood floors, king or queen king beds with crisp linens and decorative blankets, and a tent porch with rocking chairs, desk and chair, and electric lanterns. Baby cots can be added to your tent if needed. Your stay includes a free continental breakfast, immediate access to nearby hiking trails, a public bath with showers, toilets, and bath amenities, and lanterns with USB ports for charging. If you prefer a tent with access to electricity, you can pay extra and stay in one of the four tents equipped with electric heaters, fans, street lights and outlets. However, the lobby and lounge also have a phone charging station, as well as a water dispenser, beverage station, communal campfires, games, trail maps, and activity information.

Tipi at Bellfire Farm
Bellfire Farm in Roxbury, NY – exact location provided after booking
$ 185 per night with additional cleaning fee, service charge and taxes and occupancy fees
Enjoy a fun and unique glamping experience at Tipi de Bellfire. This 18 foot tipi has two twin beds, woolen blankets, custom furniture, a wood stove and cedar floors. According to the Tipi Airbnb page , its hosts were inspired by the creativity and innovation of the Native American Sioux tribe when designing this tipi. Ten percent of every reservation goes to Native American Rights Funds. The maximum number of guests is four, so if your family or party has more than two people, be prepared to share beds or bring sleeping bags. You will be comfortable in rain or shine – there are smoke shutters on the Tipi that will cover its top in bad weather. Facilities include a solar shower and cabin in the field, a private outbuilding with a washing station and toilet, a kitchenette with a camping stove, kettle, drinking water, free coffee and tea, a coffee dripper and paper cups and plates. Candles and camping lanterns are also provided for the time outside the Tipi. The Tipi is located in an ideal area to relax and reflect, near a stream and surrounded by maple trees and a field of wild flowers. Sit in Adirondack chairs by the private fireplace and make s’mores with your loved ones.

Airydale Retreat
10272 Big Valley Pike, Mill Creek, Pennsylvania
The prices depend on the arrival and departure dates. Additional people are billed extra.
Choose from several glamping sites at Airydale Retreat. If you plan on glamping with your family, Cardinal 1 and Cardinal 2 are great options. Cardinal 1 is a tent within a treehouse-style structure equipped with a slide that your kids will love. It has a spacious interior, a queen bed and a set of bunk beds (with linens and bedspreads), towels, a cooler, a covered picnic table, a fire ring and a propane camping stove. Cardinal 2 is a new glampsite which is similar in structure to Cardinal 1, with a slightly different layout. The Towhee glampsite is ideal for couples. This canvas tent has a covered porch, a queen bed with sheets and covers, towels, a cooler, a small table with chairs, a campfire ring, a picnic table and a private outdoor shower . Airydale Retreat’s brand new glampsite – the Phoebe glampsite – is another great option if you get away without the kids. This tent, set on a wooden platform, has a charming appearance with a slanted canvas roof and twinkling lights. It includes a double bed with sheets and covers, towels, a cooler, a small table and chairs, a campfire ring with chairs and a private outdoor shower. Kitchen supplies for all glampsites are provided by Airydale Retreat and compostable tableware is available for purchase. As for the toilets, Airydale Retreat plans to use a combination of composting toilets and port-a-pots. All glampsties are electric and accept pets.

Pettecote Junction Campground
400 Beach Road, Cedar Run, Pennsylvania
$ 85 per night.
If you have older children (over 12) or want to spend a weekend with your significant other, try the glamping sites at Pettecote Junction Campground. These sites consist of canvas safari tents with queen-size beds, electricity and a coffeemaker. The campsite offers activities such as biking, canoeing and kayaking, tube sliding, swimming, fishing, hiking, volleyball, basketball and gaga ball.

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