Cape May Peninsula
Cape May Peninsula is located between the Atlantic Ocean and the Delaware Bay. It has a different ecological environment as it situated at a lower environment. You will see unique flora and fauna. It has forested wetlands, grasslands and salt marsh that attract rare species of birds such as northern harrier, osprey and sharp-shinned hawk.
Cay May also has dozens of campgrounds, where you can pitch a tent and get closer to nature. This includes a canoe park in the Water Gap National Recreation Area.
If you are looking for a unique camping experience, New Jersey is the place to visit. This destination has a range of mountains, forests and historic villages, where you can pitch a tent or park a RV and enjoy the spectacular views or the historical impact. You can also take part in many activities solo or family centric from hiking and biking to canoes and bird watching. If you are not an outdoorsman at heart, you can book a cabin and enjoy the shore.
The South shore is dotted with historic lands and preserved forests and waterway, where you can camp. There are also other great attractions for the family to enjoy such as the open-ocean tank at the New Jersey State Aquarium at Camden.
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