Ocean View Resort Campground

2555 Route 9, Ocean View, NJ 08230


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GPS: 39.1799,-74.7296

Ocean View Resort Campground is located at 2555 Route 9, Ocean View, New Jersey 08230 with a total of 1173 campsites. Before your trip to Ocean View Resort Campground, check out website at http://www.ovresort.com/ or contact them through 609-624-1675 to know their nightly rates and available discounts.

GPS Info. (Latitude, Longitude)

39.1799, -74.7296

GPS Info. (Latitude, Longitude) 39.1799, -74.7296

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Last Price Paid: $70

Reported by Matt on 04.21.2022

Longest RV Reported: 37 feet (Class A)

Reported by Cindy & Cristal F on 5.5.2022

Number of Sites:



-32 ft / -9 m

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  • ★★★★ Shakedown Trip

    Reviewed 21/4/2022

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    Nightly rate: $70

    Days stayed: 4

    Site number: E19

    We went to Ocean View Resort in New Jersey to kick off the 2022 season in our new Fleetwood Discovery LXE. And we’re glad we did!This campground is located less than two miles from Exit 17 off the Garden State Parkway. It’s located a short drive from popular shore towns including Avalon, Sea Isle City, Cape May, and Ocean City. We found the park easy to access and navigate. The check-in process was easy and the front office staff was friendly. I appreciate being expected when stepping up to the front desk. The most amazing part of our experience was our ‘Deluxe 50 Amp Pull Thru’ site # E19. It was HUUUUUUGGGGGGE! See my photos. Our site had full hookups including 50-amp electricity, good water pressure, easily-accessed sewer connection, cable TV with limited channels (some were not clear), and Wi-Fi which was hopelessly slow. Tall trees provided some shade and privacy. The site was covered in gravel and stone, which is great because it didn’t get muddy after the rainstorm we experienced one night. I highly recommend sites E15-E27 (E14 slopes too much for my preference). Most sites are seasonal trailers or -park models, but they appeared generally clean and maintained. The campground, our site, and facilities we visited were clean and well-maintained. Not all facilities were open as the full season begins in a few weeks. The campground store carries a variety of food and drinks, camping and RV supplies, clothing, pool toys, and souvenirs. This came in handy when I needed to replace a damaged sewer hose. It’s a good sign when it’s difficult to think of negative comments. If I’m being nit-picky, I’d share that the trash and recycling dumpsters were overflowing and unsightly. This could be because it was opening weekend. The firewood they sold was nice and dry, but they don’t deliver it to the sites. This meant I could only purchase what I could carry for my walk back to my site. (I believe offering delivery would be a major convenience for campers and result in increased sales for the campground.)This was their opening weekend for the 2022 season. While we expected inconveniences or less-than-ideal conditions, we found the place was prepared for the new season and we had no issues. The lake, swimming pool, and cafe hadn’t opened yet, but we’ll be sure to visit those amenities during our next visit later this summer.THINGS I LIKED:Site was huge and clean with well-maintained full hookups, gravel, and shade trees. Campground is clean and maintained. Store was well-stockedTHINGS I’D CHANGE:No delivery for firewoodSlow Wi-FiLimited working cable TV channels

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