Belleplain State Forest, Woodbine

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State Park
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  • This campground was gorgeous! Loved the spacious, wooded sites. Be aware these are rustic sites without electricity. Also things we were unaware of was that there is a two dog limit and you are requir...  more »
  • We read about it in a few places and decided to visit since south jersey foliage is best in the state this season We were not disappointed. The lake area is great. We took the trail around the lake an...  more »
  • The Good...nice location at a decent distance from the beaches and the services ...the staff at the front gate are kind...the Bad...noisy all night long up to 6am...not all nights, but 2 out of 5 are ...  more »
  • I love the setting of this place! Prices for camping are not too bad either except the fee you are charged when you book through the website. They have canoe rentals, a swimming area on Lake Mummy with a life guard, a small gift shop where you can also buy firewood in case you forgot to bring some. The only thing I would like to see NJ state parks to change is their alcohol prohibited policy. Other than that, a great and safe place to take your family!
  • We went to Allen's organic U-pick for blueberries. Picked 15 Lbs of blueberries and had a great time. There are also pigs,chickens, & guinea hens. Sometimes she even sells eggs and local honey from a nearby bee keeper. Part of her proceeds go to helping Veterans.
  • Great state forest. Plenty of camping and fresh water fishing. Nature trails are great for bird watching, and the kids will enjoy the various playgrounds.
  • Belleplain is a lesser know forest with a campground in the Jersey Pines. Close to Cape May, it makes for a nice place to camp in the spring and fall months when the temperature is not too high and the ticks aren't out in full swing. Lake Nummy, although small, is nice for kayaking especially in its two eastern reaches where one can discover a variety of flora including ferns and cedars. Paved and unpaved fire roads, hiking and biking trails also offer numerous outdoor activities. Nearby East Creek Pond and Pickle Factory Pond are also decent paddling ponds.
  • Moments away from life, miles away from civilization! Breath deep and enjoy the beauty anytime of the year!