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Holly Acres Campground is just outside Egg Harbor City, one of the more low-key towns on the South Jersey shore. The campsites at Holly Acres have 30 or 50-amp electrical, water, and sewer hookups for your RV rental, along with picnic tables, grills, and fire rings. The RV campground also has hot showers, flush toilets, and laundry facilities.
There are also lots of recreational opportunities to enjoy when you’re staying here. You don’t even need to leave the park to have fun when you're camping at Holly Acres Campground. The park has its very own mini-golf course, along with a playground and a swimming pool. However, just steps outside its boundaries are the New Jersey Pine Barrens, one of the larger forests on the eastern seaboard.
Should you tire of the solitude and silence out in the Pine Barrens, the bright lights of Atlantic City and the Ocean City boardwalk are less than a half-hour's drive away. It’s where you’ll find top-choice restaurants mingling with street food delights. It’s where you can see a nationally known entertainer, but at a budget price. When you’re motorhome camping in southern New Jersey, you need not choose whether the trip will include outdoor adventure or urban amenities, they’re both just a short drive away.
Most visitors to New Jersey think of the sprawling cities up north and the densely-packed tourist facilities along its southern shore; few are aware that between them is a vast stretch of forest known as the New Jersey Pine Barrens. It’s the largest expanse of Atlantic Coast pine trees and spans across seven counties, but what's usually considered the pine barrens are the one million acres set aside in the Pinelands National Reserve just west of Atlantic City. Hiking trails are innumerable in the Barrens, and while few gain much elevation, some are poorly marked, and getting lost is a real possibility. Stick to the well-traveled paths if you’re a novice hiker.
New Jersey also has some excellent cycling paths, and if you want to leave your campervan rental back at the park while exploring the coast, that’s certainly an option. Dedicated bike paths run along the shore in Atlantic City and connect it with Ocean City to the south. There’s also a bike right-of-way that extends out to the town of Mays Landing, over seven miles away.
If you’ve considered the prospect of sea kayaking, this is an excellent time to try it out. There are several rental shops located in Atlantic City and Ocean City that can get you set up with not only the boat but all the necessary safety equipment. Absecon Island, the barrier island that Atlantic City is located on, provides ample protection from big waves on its western shore, making it a good place for newbie paddlers to get their sea legs.
Despite the name, Egg Harbor City is not on the Jersey shore, but located 20 miles inland, in the middle of the state’s Pine Barren region. It was founded in the mid-19th century by immigrants seeking shelter from the violence led by Philadelphia’s Know-Nothing movement. If you’re interested in learning more about it, the Egg Harbor City Historical Society is filled with fascinating local history and exhibits showcasing the development of the area. Egg Harbor City was once nicknamed “Wine City” due to the small town having over 30 wineries operating within the city limits. There was also a glass factory producing fine crystalware that was widely coveted in New Jersey and beyond.
While it doesn’t have quite as many wineries as it did in its heyday, there’s still a half dozen or more within a short drive of the campground when you camp at Holly Acres RV Park. A few of the wineries will take you through grape fields, examining the fruits and describing their journey from vine to bottle. Each of the vineyards has tastings where you can sample the finished product and see if any strike your fancy.
If you’re in need of a city experience, Egg Harbor City is connected to the coast via the Atlantic City line on the New Jersey Transit. In less than half an hour's ride, you can be wandering the boardwalks and devouring a funnel cake or trying to win it big at one of the city’s many casinos. Atlantic City’s hotels frequently play host to concerts by big-name musicians and stand-up comedians; there’s plenty of entertainment options even if you don’t like to gamble.