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Hammonton is a town in New Jersey, and is known as the “Blueberry Capital of the World.” This town has a great location if you love the outdoors and want to be close to the ocean too. Wharton State Forest is partially within the town, making it easy to explore during your visit. Hammonton is halfway between Atlantic City and Philadelphia, approximately 30 minutes' drive from each city. Book an RV in Hammonton, and you can enjoy the less crowded areas of New Jersey and have access to main roads and attractions close by.

Hammonton was founded in 1812, and initially was named Hammondton, but the spelling changed over time. The founder of the town was William Coffin, and he named the town after his son John Hammond Coffin. In 1866, the settlement was incorporated as a town. Rent an RV in Hammonton, and you can see the historical sites of the area.

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With an RV rental in Hammonton, the closest natural park is Wharton State Forest. This is one of the most significant natural areas in New Jersey, and also the largest natural park in the state. Here you will find amazing rivers and streams perfect for canoeing, kayaking, and fishing, and the whole forest has many amazing hiking trails, including Batona Trail. The forest is also the site of the Batsto Village, which was a glassmaking and bog iron industrial center in the 18th century.

Winslow Fish and Wildlife Management Area is just a short drive away when you book a travel trailer rental in Hammonton. The terrain is mostly comprised of woods and meadows and offers lots of wildlife sightseeing opportunities. The park has scenic hiking trails, and it is a great place for fishing, too. Spend a day canoeing or picnicking in this beautiful natural area.

Bass River State Forest is another scenic natural park nearby when you rent a motorhome in Hammonton. This forest is a wonderful place for swimming and canoeing and is a great day trip destination. Travel the hiking trails through a pine and oak forest and a small Atlantic white cedar bog. Batona Trail runs through the forest too. In this forest, you can go camping, picnicking, or fishing.

RV Parks near Hammonton

Hospitality Creek Campground and Swim Site is just about 10 minutes' drive away when you have an RV rental in Hammonton. This beautiful park offers a lot of fun activities for the whole family, especially kids. They have a swimming pool and a sandy beach too. Other facilities available in the camp include playgrounds, a rec room, boat rentals, nature trails, Wi-Fi and cable TV, a laundromat, restrooms, and more.

Turtle Run Campground is approximately 20 minutes' drive from Hammonton. Surrounded by pine trees, this campsite features a turtle-shaped swimming pool. The park also offers full hookups and a grill-deli where you can have lunch. Close to Long Beach Island and Atlantic City, it could be a great place to stay if you want to visit nearby attractions or spend the day on the beach.

Arrowhead Camp and RV Park is little over 20 minutes' drive from Hammonton, located in beautiful Bass River State Forest, and is very close to Atlantic City and the Atlantic coast. This pet-friendly park offers full hookups and a camp store. Stay here, and you can enjoy the peace and quiet and be able to go for a hike any time.

Exploring the Town of Hammonton

Hammonton is a charming little town with a lot of historical buildings and old houses to see, including the Batsto Village which is only about 15 minutes' drive from the town. Also, there are many wineries in the area, and most of them offer wine tasting tours. If you want to take a walk, visit Hammonton Lake Park, located on the shore of Hammonton Lake. There is a golf course nearby if you want to spend a day surrounded by a different kind of greenery.

Atlantic City Aquarium at Historic Gardner’s Basin is an interesting and unique place in Atlantic City where you can feed stingrays, touch a shark, or enjoy live animal shows. Animal handlers will show and explain to visitors everything about the animals' native habitats, their sustainability as pets, natural defenses, and predatory instincts, along with other interesting facts. Here you can see a tarantula, bearded dragon lizard, corn snake, moray eels, sharks, and more.

Close to Atlantic City is also Ocean City, where you can spend a day on the sprawling beach along the Atlantic shore or visit one of many amusement parks with ocean views. One of the most exciting places to enjoy with your family is the waterpark in Ocean City. Here you will find incredible attractions for all ages, including water slides, a splash zone, body slides, tube floating, air jumping, mini golfing, and more. The park also has few snack bars where you can have lunch, so you don’t have to leave the park.

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