A pet-friendly campground near the Southern Shore Region of New Jersey, Tamerlane Campground is welcoming of campers, too. A range of amenities is available to make motorhome camping here as pleasurable an experience as possible. Look forward to dipping into a heated swimming pool, enjoying hot showers, and finding entertainment at the playground, game room, and recreation hall. Planned activities enrich the camping experience.Dennis campers can hook up their rental RVs to full-service sites (water, electric, sewer), and gain access to restrooms, dump station, and laundry facility on-site. Cable TV and wireless internet are also available to keep you updated. The camp store sells groceries, ice, and firewood for those wishing to enjoy refreshments and cold drinks around crackling campfires. Before leaving, check if your propane tank needs refilling as you can refuel right here in the campground. Campers with limited mobility will find ADA-compliant facilities.
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Dennis sits close to vast marshland areas teeming with birdlife. Birders may want to rent a camper near Tamerlane Campground and explore the Cape May National Wildlife Refuge that stretches for five miles along the Delaware Bay. During spring migrations, hundreds of thousands of shorebirds come here to rest and feed on abundant horseshoe crab eggs that spawn in May and early June. The feathered crowd usually includes sanderlings, sandpipers, and turnstones, just a handful of the more than 300 species that seek sanctuary in the area.Dennis Township’s history is anchored in shipbuilding and cedar mining, and when you look at the white cedar trees at Belleplain State Forest, you'll understand why. Outdoor recreation opportunities abound, which include hiking, biking, and fishing. Hiking trails here range from shorter than a mile to ten miles for mountain bikers. The natural habitats are as diverse as the many trails and are home to healthy populations of mammals, birds, and reptiles, as well as butterflies, insects, and fish. Avian fans, in particular, flock to the forest for returning passerines fresh from their journey to the southern United States and farther south in Mexico and South America. Tanagers, cuckoos, and wood warblers start filling the forest with birdsong in early May.To the west, the township is bounded by the Delaware Bay, which brims with fishing, crabbing, and boating activities in the summer. Across the bay from Dennis Township, waterfowl, shorebirds, and songbirds converge at the Prime Hook National Wildlife Refuge. Spanning more than 10,000 acres, the refuge welcomes migratory birds on their journey up and down the Atlantic Flyway. Each season brings with it different visitors, which could be any bird from raptors like bald eagles and ospreys to green-winged teals and other colorful waterfowl who stop by here in huge numbers in November.
Camping in Dennis Township, New Jersey puts you close to the other, less flashy Jersey shore where human progress leaves nature alone. Avalon is not only popular for its high dunes but also for its distinctive houses and beach cottages. Step inside the Avalon History Center to browse exhibits on the area’s early settlement.Upper Township has a history dating back to the late 18th century when it was settled by whalers, anglers, and sailors. Today, Upper Township is better known as the home of the Great Cedar Swamp, a haven for birds and butterflies.For a dose of history and architecture, Woodbine is deservedly proud of its Brotherhood Synagogue for refugees who fled Czarist Russia. The building was constructed in the 1890s and is now listed on the state and National Register of Historic Places.In a county known for its vast, uninhabited areas, annual events and festivals are a welcome break from the peace and quiet of coastal living. August is a good time to book a campsite at Tamerlane Campground for the well-attended Stone Harbor Arts & Crafts Festival. The event attracts more than 100 artisans from several states displaying anything from jewelry and clothing to art installations. Live music fills the air while excited kids crowd around activities specially designed for them.Stone Harbor also has amusement piers, a county park and zoo, and historical and cultural sites. The bird sanctuary here protects a heronry, a one-of-a-kind refuge in the state. Visit the Wetlands Institute for programs and other happenings, including a "turtle fest," a "shorebird festival," and a "crab day."There’s one reason to book an RV rental in Cape May County, and it’s to enjoy the many communities and boroughs and natural areas found within. Once you're behind the wheel, take your Dennis Township camper rental out and about, add water, and have fun.