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Adjacent to the Cape May Wetlands Wildlife Management Area, the Sea Pines RV Resort and Campground is a family-focused RV park in Swainton, New Jersey. It offers all the allure of a quiet campground while being a short drive from the shopping and entertainment attractions of Ocean City and Atlantic City.
RV camping at the Sea Pines RV Resort and Campground includes access to more than 400 sites, including full hookups and water/electric only options. Cable TV and Wi-Fi are both available for a small charge, as are laundry machines and dryers.
Recreational facilities include an outdoor swimming pool surrounded by loungers and a children's playground, as well as volleyball and basketball courts. You can challenge your family members to a game of mini-golf or grab a book from the on-site laundry, with a camping store where you’ll find grocery essentials and snacks.
Hikers should make the short drive north to the Belleplain State Forest, a 21,320-acre protected area that’s traversed by more than 40 miles of walking trails. Explore its forest of pine, oak, and Atlantic white cedar trees en route to the reserve’s sparkling lakes and ponds, with fishing, boating, and swimming all permitted. Birdwatchers should keep their eyes peeled for barred owls and Cooper’s hawks, as well as prairie warblers and Baltimore orioles.
Campsites at the Sea Pines RV Resort and Campground are on the doorstep of the Beaver Swamp Fish and Wildlife Management Area. It’s named after the beavers that once inhabited its freshwater swamp during the years of Clint Ludlam’s sawmill, although they’ve since migrated elsewhere following the erosion of the wooden dam. Today, the WMA is a popular birdwatching destination, with a variety of winter waterfowl frequenting the area, together with red-tailed hawks and bald eagles that can occasionally be seen soaring in the skies above.
The Sea Pines RV Resort and Campground is also a good base for exploring the Cape May National Wildlife Refuge, which is renowned for its outstanding birdwatching. It encompasses more than 11,000 acres that provide critical habitat for a variety of migratory species. Hundreds of thousands of shorebirds flock here each year on their migratory journey from Central and South America, heading north to their breeding grounds in the Arctic. While exploring the refuge’s trails, keep an eye out for threatened piping plovers and yellow-throated warblers, as well as peregrine falcons, ospreys, and northern harriers.
Swainton campers can pick up grocery supplies at the local supermarket, with a gas station also nearby if you need to fill up your RV rental. The town of Cape May Court House is less than ten minutes’ drive from the Sea Pines RV Resort and Campground, with a good choice of supermarkets, services, and eateries for those nights when you don’t feel like cooking.
The Sea Pines RV Resort and Campground is a good base for visiting Wildwood, a popular summer resort that’s renowned for its sandy beaches and vibrant boardwalk. A diverse range of shops and restaurants line the boardwalk, together with family-friendly attractions, thrill rides, and waterparks such as the Splash Zone Waterpark. If you want to relive the 1950's era, head to the Doo Wop Experience museum in Fox Park, which features vintage artifacts, period furniture, and a recreated diner.
Drive in the other direction, and you’ll arrive in Ocean City, which centers around an oceanfront boardwalk lined with shops, restaurants, and amusement arcades. Get your thrills at Gillian’s Wonderland Pier, which was established in 1929 and boasts rollercoasters, a log flume ride, and a monorail. Alternatively, head to Playland’s Castaway Cove, an amusement park that’s themed around pirates.
Continue driving north, and you’ll arrive in Atlantic City, which was established in the 19th century as a health resort. Today, it’s clustered with high-rise hotels, nightclubs, and casinos, many of which host luxury spas and nightly entertainment by comedians and musicians. Want to get your retail fix? Hop between the designer and big-name brand stores or pick up bargains at the Tanger Outlets. Campers traveling with kids shouldn’t miss a visit to Storybook Land in Egg Harbor Township, featuring rides themed after popular children’s stories, such as the Three Little Pigs and Mother Goose. Another must-see attraction is Lucy the Margate Elephant, a six-story sculpture dating to 1881 that’s now been designated as a National Historic Landmark.
Whether you want to explore the hiking trails of the Cape May Peninsula or discover the family-friendly attractions of the Jersey Shore, book an RV rental in Cape May County and start planning your visit.