Sunday, May 27, 2007, 08:39 PM - New JerseyIf you are road tripping up the east coast, you will inevitably roll through New Jersey. Here are some highlights of RV lodgings in New Jersey where you can stay.
One of the best shorelines on the upper East Coast has to be that of New Jersey. With many different beach towns and resort areas dotting the Jersey shore, there is plenty to see and do for everyone in the family. Atlantic City, the East Coast answer to Las Vegas, is located on the shoreline, as well as other beach havens like Seaside Heights and Cape May. Whether you feel like strolling the boardwalk (found in many shore towns) or gambling, New Jersey's shore is perfect for your trip. The many RV lodgings in New Jersey, especially along the Atlantic Ocean shore, make staying in this area comfortable and easy.
When staying on the Jersey shore, the different towns and regions tend to have different atmospheres. The area around Atlantic City is geared more towards the 21 and over set, although the boardwalk here does offer the Steel Pier amusement park (in season). Seaside Heights is more of a family destination, but some people find the touristy atmosphere along with the crowds that cover the beaches to be a bit too much. Cape May is located at the very southern end of New Jersey, and has been a traditional shore getaway spot for centuries. Victorian houses and quaint bed and breakfast establishments line the streets.
One of the RV lodgings in New Jersey that will allow you to access many points on the Jersey shore is the Holly Shores Lodging and RV Resort. Located just off of the Garden State Parkway in the southern part of Cape May County, Holly Shores is just north of Cape May. This area is within easy driving distance of the rest of the Jersey shore, as well as Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. The lodging here offers both RV sites and "primitive" tent sites, which do not include electricity or other hookups. Also available are cabins for rent for your stay.
The RV sites here range from minimal hookups (just water and electric), all the way up to their "Premier Ultra Sites", which include water, sewer, electric and cable. These sites are also in premium locations, with a concrete pad and post light. The Holly Shores Lodging is open from April 14 to October 31 each year, and they hold many different activities and theme nights throughout the months they are open. Some examples are a pet show weekend, a pamper your mom weekend and a Fourth of July celebration.
No matter why you want to visit the Jersey shore, you can be sure that you will find great RV lodgings in New Jersey to make your stay complete. A perfect way to enjoy a summer outing to the beach!
By: Adrien White
Adrien White is with RVRentalsforYou.com - find info on RV campgrounds.
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