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Elmer, New Jersey
Reviewed 6 August 2013

We rented a cabin BEFORE the weekend crowds arrived. Not only was it quiet and peaceful but we had the entire pool to ourselves. As Fathers Day weekend approached it got noisier and busier. We went crabbing off property and returned to enjoy the campfire late into the night. It is a family oriented campground so it does tend to...

3Thank Nicemeany
Reviewed 4 August 2013

I have never experienced anything like this campground in my life. This is out third time here this seasons and each time has been worst then the last. The seasonals run the place and the weekend people get in trouble because the seasonals that are all drunks can do what they want they run wild and so do the kids...

6Thank Joan K
New jersey
Reviewed 11 July 2013

I have camped before so I am aware that things cannot be kept as "clean" when outside elements are involved ( dirt, grass, sand etc.).... With that being said I have seen porta potty's cleaner than the bathrooms at this campground. The showers were even worse with huge clumps of hair on the floor and on the tile walls. Even...

6Thank lovegoingplaces
Vineland, New Jersey
Reviewed 9 July 2013

This place is a CRAP HOLE. Worst campground I have ever camped in. I have been camping for 25 years and never been to a campground as bad as this one. Someone stoled my cooler full of beer, I went to the office to report it and they said they probably know who did it thats BAD. I was also...

8Thank Elmo2734
Tuckerton, New Jersey
Reviewed 7 July 2013

This was my second time camping in a tent. The camp site was small. We were told that we had electricity, cable, and water. Which we did, but you need a converter for the electricity. So, on top of paying $55 a night to stay at Wading Pines, we would have needed to spend another $55 for an adapter if...

6Thank WWelsh
Matawan, New Jersey
Reviewed 27 June 2013

My family had a fun weekend June 7th and 8th. We rented a cabin and a tent site, we were able to get them next to each other. The season renters were all nice to us, a few had a chip in their shoulder, which we found funny, but all nice. The cabin was a nice place to utlize and...

5Thank 12Gage21
Forked River, New Jersey, United States
Reviewed 24 May 2013

I read a lot of bad reviews on this campground that I had last been to when I was a kid - and had good memories of. My cousin insisted on going here despite bad reviews and high prices so we gave it a shot. i read reviews that the people there were not very nice to weekend tenters -...

Thank 37Brian
Parkesburg, PA
Reviewed 14 January 2013

My husband and I have been camping here for over 30 years as weekenders. We've seen it go from Party City to slums to everything in between. It is NOT a resort campground. It is NOT family or visitor friendly and the seasonals DO have a chip on their shoulders. It IS extremely expensive.....considering I am camping inside Walt Disney...

5Thank Liz S
Galloway, New Jersey
Reviewed 31 December 2012

We decided to try a campground close to home, also friends of ours were going here so we figured we would try it.This place is nestled deep in the woods, but still an easy find. We traveled in our 34ft motorhome with one slideout. Upon arrival our site was switched and we were glad it was! Our site was HUGE!...

Thank Janine K
Reviewed 25 October 2012

I have been camping my whole life and now I have my own travel trailer with my kids and and have been up and down the east coast camping. This is the worst campground ever. All campgrounds in NJ that I have ever been to and checked prices on are $35.00 off season and that includes my two and five...

7Thank Melissa D

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Additional Information about Wading Pines

Address: 85 Godfrey Bridge Rd, Chatsworth, NJ 08019-2004
Region: United States > New Jersey > Chatsworth
Number of rooms: 5
Also Known As:
Wading Pines Hotel Chatsworth
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“This is not a hotel - its a campground.”
BobD8487, 17 Apr 2017 | Read review
“Spot 250/251 are on the river next to each other”
  • The bridge
SuzeeQL, 25 Jul 2016 | Read review
“Know before you go... there's enough space for those who want to party all night and far enough from most people that you won't disturb others who would rather enjoy a peaceful evening under the stars. Stay up front in the non-sewage sites.”
jasonsU9038YO, 25 Jul 2014 | Read review
“The tent sites along the river usually have the late-nighters.”
  • View from our cabin
233maries, 30 Jun 2014 | Read review
“Ask about the prime camping spots- if available get one by the stream.They are the first to book.”
  • Out our backdoor
seaflea222, 2 Jun 2014 | Read review
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