Liberty Harbor RV Park

11 Luis Munoz Marin Blvd., Jersey City, NJ 07302

201-516-7500

800-646-2066

Official Website

GPS: 40.7126,-74.0444

Liberty Harbor RV Park is located at 11 Luis Munoz Marin Blvd., Jersey City, New Jersey 07302 with a total of 50 campsites. Some of the amenities you can enjoy there are Biking, Boat Tours, Coastal Waterway, Historic Sites, Ocean, Photography, Picnicking, and more. Before your trip to Liberty Harbor RV Park, check out website at http://www.libertyharborrv.com/ or contact them through 201-516-7500 to know their nightly rates and available discounts.

GPS Info. (Latitude, Longitude)

40.7126, -74.0444

GPS Info. (Latitude, Longitude) 40.7126, -74.0444

Amenities

Hookups 50 Amp 30 Amp 20 Amp water Partial Hookups
Connectivity wifi
Site Amenities big rig
Facilities dump station ADA Accessible laundry restaurant restrooms
Pets pets

Overview of Liberty Harbor RV Park


Last Price Paid: $122

Reported by Baggy on 03.06.2022

Longest RV Reported: 42 feet (Class A)

Reported by Cindy & Cristal F on 5.5.2022

Weekly Rate:

Yes

Number of Sites:

50

Pad Type:

gravel

Elevation:

0 ft / 0 m

Max Length:

45 ft

Tent Camping:

Yes

Reviews of Liberty Harbor RV Park

22 people have reviewed this location.


Overall Rating

Access

Location

Cleanliness

Site Quality

Noise

Click here to leave a review
  • Location Location Great Security

    Reviewed 6/3/2022

    Overall Rating

    Access

    Location

    Cleanliness

    Site Quality

    Noise

    Nightly rate: $122

    Days stayed: 4

    Site number: C21

    Short walk to Path trains into New York City, Local Restaurants are excellent and plenty. Of them Security staff super friendly with a wealth of information So are the park staff. Yes its a parking lot and a little pricey Showers Laundry very clean It is the Closest park to time square

  • Location location location

    Reviewed 26/12/2021

    Overall Rating

    Access

    Location

    Cleanliness

    Site Quality

    Noise

    Nightly rate: $120

    Days stayed: 4

    Site number: A12

    Exceeded our “parking lot” expectations in many ways. Security 24/7, friendly guards, clean bathrooms and showers, and very close to area with tons of solid restaurants. You can see statue of liberty from park, which is cool. Notwithstanding, it is a parking lot!

  • It's all about the Location!

    Reviewed 3/10/2021

    Overall Rating

    Access

    Location

    Cleanliness

    Site Quality

    Noise

    Nightly rate: $120

    Days stayed: 2

    Site number: C02

    Yup, it's a parking lot, next to an active parking lot. Yup, it's expensive. Yup, don't expect much space around you. Yup, don't expect peace and tranquility. Yup, don't expect stellar amenities. You're likely not here for the experience of the RV park itself. And the location has so much to offer. The ferry right there to get into...moreYup, it's a parking lot, next to an active parking lot. Yup, it's expensive. Yup, don't expect much space around you. Yup, don't expect peace and tranquility. Yup, don't expect stellar amenities. You're likely not here for the experience of the RV park itself. And the location has so much to offer. The ferry right there to get into NYC (you can even take your bike on it), or catch the train a block away. Lots of dining within walking distance. Fantastic views around the corner. And endless scenic biking and walking. Oh, and if you lean your head just right and squint you can see the Statue of Liberty. We only stayed two nights, and we exhausted ourselves trying to make the most of the experience. We found the park to be exactly what we were expecting - no frills, great location. The staff was friendly and helpful. Worth every penny for the experience. Didn't test the cellular signal or Wi-Fi - we got online enough to get what we needed done, but we were mostly out biking, dining and adventuring. After all, one of the greatest cities in the world is out your doorstep.

  • Crowded RV park

    Reviewed 1/10/2021

    Overall Rating

    Access

    Location

    Cleanliness

    Site Quality

    Noise

    Nightly rate: $120

    Days stayed: 2

    Site number: B01

    Definitely packed in. Positives. Great city access. Across Hudson River to Liberty park. View of Statue of Liberty. Laundry facility and showers/bathrooms. Electricity and water. Dump station. Security 24/7. Felt very safe. Staff are all helpful. Yes pricey! Travel with dogs. There is a path along marina side with grass. WiFi included.

  • Great place to stay and visit nyc when passing through

    Reviewed 31/8/2021

    Overall Rating

    Access

    Location

    Cleanliness

    Site Quality

    Noise

    Nightly rate: $127

    Days stayed: 1

    Site number: C12

    Water and electric. With a dump station. Great views and location. Grab a ferry over to the city

  • Staff is rude

    Reviewed 5/4/2021

    Overall Rating

    Access

    Location

    Cleanliness

    Site Quality

    Noise

    Nightly rate: $150

    Days stayed: 2

    Site number: 12

    This place is a combination RV park and boat yard. The whole place is run down and the people that work here are really rude. The bathrooms are dirty and hot in the summer. When you take a shower, you end up more sweaty than when you started. All they want here is to make money on their great location and view of the Statue of Liber...moreThis place is a combination RV park and boat yard. The whole place is run down and the people that work here are really rude. The bathrooms are dirty and hot in the summer. When you take a shower, you end up more sweaty than when you started. All they want here is to make money on their great location and view of the Statue of Liberty but they put absolutely nothing into the place. The entire site is run down and you feel like you are parked in the middle of a junk yard.

  • No-Frills RV Park

    Reviewed 3/9/2019

    Overall Rating

    Access

    Location

    Cleanliness

    Site Quality

    Noise

    Nightly rate: $137

    Days stayed: 4

    Site number: A-9

    This is definitely a no-frills RV Park and Marina, but it has all of the necessities. The water was clean, power was stable, and the internet was usable. The bathrooms were secure, clean, and the showers were free. There is only one dump station, and if leaving mid-morning expect to wait in line. The lot is guarded 24/7 and the securi...moreThis is definitely a no-frills RV Park and Marina, but it has all of the necessities. The water was clean, power was stable, and the internet was usable. The bathrooms were secure, clean, and the showers were free. There is only one dump station, and if leaving mid-morning expect to wait in line. The lot is guarded 24/7 and the security guards were very alert to any vehicle coming into the area so we never felt unsafe.I reserved a spot but was moved because of a larger RV. The check-in clerk did allow me to look at the new spot, and decide if I liked it and worked with me to move yet again. Mass transit (PATH train, NJ Transit, and ferries) is very accessible and the RV Park and is walking distance from many restaurants and convenience stores.

  • Location, Location, Location

    Reviewed 8/11/2018

    Overall Rating

    Access

    Location

    Cleanliness

    Site Quality

    Noise

    Nightly rate: $99

    Days stayed: 4

    This place is all about location and proximity to NYC as there are no other RV park options with a 30 minute commute to NYC. The RV Park itself is nothing to write home about as it’s a gravel lot with hookups, but it serves its purpose. Full hookups, hot showers, security guard at gate, 10 minute walk to metro stop, etc. Make sure to s...moreThis place is all about location and proximity to NYC as there are no other RV park options with a 30 minute commute to NYC. The RV Park itself is nothing to write home about as it’s a gravel lot with hookups, but it serves its purpose. Full hookups, hot showers, security guard at gate, 10 minute walk to metro stop, etc. Make sure to sign out upon leaving or you will get charged an additional $40 fee for not checking out. All in all would stay again as it’s really the only option.

  • Close to the City

    Reviewed 24/10/2018

    Overall Rating

    Access

    Location

    Cleanliness

    Site Quality

    Noise

    Nightly rate: $78

    Days stayed: 3

    Site number: Non electric

    This is no beauty. Just a spot to park a RV in a marina parking lot. The water/electric sites are right on top of each other and cost $100 a night. Our nonwatery/nonelectric was $78 with tax and a little more spacious in with the boat storage. The bathrooms and showers were fine, but their WIFI was crap from the nonelectric area.Ev...moreThis is no beauty. Just a spot to park a RV in a marina parking lot. The water/electric sites are right on top of each other and cost $100 a night. Our nonwatery/nonelectric was $78 with tax and a little more spacious in with the boat storage. The bathrooms and showers were fine, but their WIFI was crap from the nonelectric area.Even though the campground is dirty, noisy, and cramped It does make a great location to explore lots of areas. You can easily walk to areas or hop public transport anywhere you want to go. Plus you can see the Statue of Liberty from your RV.

  • Two thumbs up!

    Reviewed 24/10/2018

    Overall Rating

    Access

    Location

    Cleanliness

    Site Quality

    Noise

    Nightly rate: $99

    Days stayed: 5

    Site number: 26

    Yes, just like everyone says .... this park is really a park-ing lot. That’s okay though, ‘cause we’re just parking there right? Only 2 subway stops to the World Trade Centre & just 5 to 34th street. The access to Manhatten was amazing! We loaded our Metro Card with $40 each for 4 days and had a fare or 2 left over! Easy to buy & ...moreYes, just like everyone says .... this park is really a park-ing lot. That’s okay though, ‘cause we’re just parking there right? Only 2 subway stops to the World Trade Centre & just 5 to 34th street. The access to Manhatten was amazing! We loaded our Metro Card with $40 each for 4 days and had a fare or 2 left over! Easy to buy & load your card at the Grove St station.Spent an afternoon bike riding around the waterfront & downtown areas of Jersey City. Lots to see & do only blocks from the park! Tons of great restaurants & boutiques. We also rode our bikes thru the back end of the park & along the marina paths right to Liberty State Park. Locked our bikes up & got tickets tickets right there for the ferry that toured Ellis Island & the Statue. Was so easy! Hopped on our bikes after it was done & rode 15 min back to Liberty Harbor. 10+ convenience.Yes. The sites are tight. Yes. You might hear your neighbour while they are INSIDE their RV & yes, the overhead parking lot lights may beam into your RV at night. Wifi is also not great. All tolerable, as long as you remind yourself that the access to so much .... while paying so little (relatively speaking) .... & at such a well run RV Park .... is totally worth it. I have travelled & stayed in NYC almost 20 times. It was a gamechanger for me to have my own home on wheels to come back to after a day of exploring & only have to pay ONE QUARTER of the price of a hotel room or AirBNB. I was surprised at how much I enjoyed leaving Manhattan’s hustle & bustle & returning to the relative quiet of Liberty Harbor. Often came back late at night & always felt safe. We WILL be back. BTW ... the staff are total professionals. Helpful & knowledgeable.

  • Wonderful

    Reviewed 4/9/2018

    Overall Rating

    Access

    Location

    Cleanliness

    Site Quality

    Noise

    Nightly rate: $99

    Days stayed: 3

    Site number: B28

    Had a great time here. Campground is an oversized parking lot but so convenient to New York and Jersey. You are right on the harbor with ferry access to all your points. The train is 5 blocks away and cheap to ride. All of the staff were wonderful. Each and everyone went out of their way to help with all of our questions. Had to laugh ...moreHad a great time here. Campground is an oversized parking lot but so convenient to New York and Jersey. You are right on the harbor with ferry access to all your points. The train is 5 blocks away and cheap to ride. All of the staff were wonderful. Each and everyone went out of their way to help with all of our questions. Had to laugh at the person who said bathrooms were not clean. No problem when we were there but on the other hand what idiot would go to a bath house and stand in a shower without flops on anyway. Campers know to wear footware to keep from getting germs.

  • Unjustified check-out fees

    Reviewed 18/6/2018

    Overall Rating

    Access

    Location

    Cleanliness

    Site Quality

    Noise

    Nightly rate: $112

    Days stayed: 2

    Site number: Unjustified check-out fees

    When checking out, if the office is closed, we must sign a sheet near the exit. That's what we did when we left. But a few weeks later, when we received our credit card statement, we were charged $ 40 for apparently failing to sign the check out sheet. WE HAVE SIGNED IT. These people are just thieves.

  • Great location, but low voltage issues are a major concern

    Reviewed 10/6/2018

    Overall Rating

    Access

    Location

    Cleanliness

    Site Quality

    Noise

    Nightly rate: $99

    Days stayed: 4

    Site number: B18

    We knew going in that this would be little more than an expensive urban parking lot with easy access to NYC. Getting into and out of the RV Park was easier than expected, even in our 42' motorhome with tow car. The only difficulty was due to double-parked cars and delivery trucks along the local roads.Our site (B18) was level and l...moreWe knew going in that this would be little more than an expensive urban parking lot with easy access to NYC. Getting into and out of the RV Park was easier than expected, even in our 42' motorhome with tow car. The only difficulty was due to double-parked cars and delivery trucks along the local roads.Our site (B18) was level and long enough for our rig and tow car parked sideways. It was just barely wide enough for us to open our slide-outs on both sides if we parked dead center in the site. Fortunately the rigs on either side of us didn't have slides... if they did, they'd be within an inch of touching ours. The free Wi-Fi worked better than expected... not exactly fast, but usable almost all the time. I was surprised that many of the sites in our row were unlevel, and several rigs had their front wheels up in the air or blocks under tires. The dump station is in a corner of the RV park, so you need to back your rig into that corner to use it which is awkward but manageable.We were pleasantly surprised to find several grassy areas to walk our dog nearby, including some longer walks to Liberty State Park or the unofficial off-leash dog "beach" past the ferry. Our dog did pick up LOT of deer ticks from the grass during our stay which surprised us in the city.Our biggest complaint was low voltage in our 50 amp site. Our second day (in June) was sunny and warm, and running just one of our three air conditioners caused our Progressive EMS to shut off power due to low voltage (around 108 volts I think). The office said it's out of their control and "sometimes the city sends us low voltage". Since we were leaving our dog home while we visited the city, I had to remove the Progressive and leave just one A/C on for the day. Fortunately we are able to remotely monitor our RV temperatures and the inside temp only reached 82 degrees with the one A/C running. I'd be very concerned about staying here in summer and leaving our dog without reliable 50A power.

  • EXCELLENT LOCATION for NYC!

    Reviewed 16/4/2018

    Overall Rating

    Access

    Location

    Cleanliness

    Site Quality

    Noise

    Nightly rate: $95

    Days stayed: 2

    Site number: B-11

    We wanted to visit family in NYC but did not want to camp an hour north of the city (we did that last summer). We were hesitant after reading the reviews but honestly we were pleasantly surprised. It was definitely a gritty Jersey dock kind of place but we found the people at the front desk VERY helpful and great people. We were for...moreWe wanted to visit family in NYC but did not want to camp an hour north of the city (we did that last summer). We were hesitant after reading the reviews but honestly we were pleasantly surprised. It was definitely a gritty Jersey dock kind of place but we found the people at the front desk VERY helpful and great people. We were fortunate that when we stayed for 2 nights in Mid April that there were not may people so we had some breathing room and were able to view the Statue of Liberty from our site - loved it! The location is great and during the week there is a ferry that leaves from out front and drops you off in the financial district, the views from the short ferry ride were spectacular! It was a little more difficult (only a little) on the weekend where you have to walk about .4 of a mile to the subway station (next to a donut shop) to take the train into the city.The showers were OK, have been to better and much worse - there were 6 or 8 so no real need to wait. The facility is again Jersey dock like but we would stay there again. It made visiting NYC easy peasy!

  • LOCATION, water and electric only, site sizes were actually okay, LOCATION

    Reviewed 28/10/2017

    Overall Rating

    Access

    Location

    Cleanliness

    Site Quality

    Noise

    Nightly rate: $95

    Days stayed: 4

    Site number: C11

    No questions about it - location-wise, this is the BEST place you can be to go to NYC. Getting there is tricky no matter which way you come from because you have to get through Jersey City, NJ and it is just not that spacious. We have a 42 foot 5th wheel and a big truck, and we did it. We saw other rigs in there that were bigger also, ...moreNo questions about it - location-wise, this is the BEST place you can be to go to NYC. Getting there is tricky no matter which way you come from because you have to get through Jersey City, NJ and it is just not that spacious. We have a 42 foot 5th wheel and a big truck, and we did it. We saw other rigs in there that were bigger also, so it is possible. Make sure you check your route ahead of time and use RV navigation because some bridges are not too tall around there.All spots are back-in and they are just water and 50amp electric, but actually not so bad. Of the rows in there, some are spots up to 40 feet, some are 45, and C row is up to 50 feet. So even with our big rig and truck, we were able to fit. Our truck was parked sideways in the front of the spot and technically it was larger than the space given, but our parents were staying next to us, so we borrowed a bit of their space. But it is possible, and if you cannot fit, just talk to them about a parking fee to take up some other space with your vehicle. The hookups are all at the back of the rig as well, but this works well. Spots are well defined so you know where you need to get to make it in your spot. Yes, you will be right next to the person next to you, but we have been at places with less space than that in the country, so this gains the benefit of location relative to the city.Getting in to NYC or to other nearby attractions is so easy. There is the ferry that starts literally 500 feet from the RV park. At the time it was about $7 per person and it takes you down to the financial district on NYC side. It only runs on the week and we actually decided to do the subway for everything, so I cannot speak to the actual ferry service. Also to mention, if visiting the Statue of Liberty, Statue Cruises leaves from NY or NJ side, and on NJ side it leaves from Liberty State Park which is only about 2 miles away - very convenient! ($7 parking at the State Park)Otherwise getting around NYC, just walk 5 blocks down Marin to the Grove Street PATH station which is a subway that has a few different routes around NJ and in to NYC. Red line to go downtown to WTC or Financial Area and Orange Line (on weekends might be Blue through Hoboken) to 33rd Street side and you can get off and transfer to another subway to get to anything up town. We were able to get to Times Square in just about 45 minutes including walking and changing subways. At the time it was about $2.75 per subway side on NJ or NY side and the unlimited plan on NY side does not work on NJ side. (contact me for more details about our trip and how we got around)I marked cleanliness of the RV park as 4 star because it was actually pretty good. Things were straightened up, trash cans emptied daily and messed looked after. Yes, it is in an industrial area so there are large pieces of machinery driving around and there may be scraps of stuff in the fringes of the park, but I do not think it was a major problem.The noise is the noise of the city. It will not be too quiet, but I mark that as 4 star also because it was what we expected.Overall - this is the best choice - parking would even run you almost this much per day and hotels are so expensive. It is worth the hassle of getting your rig into the city and you will enjoy the quick access to the city.During checkout you MUST sign out or they will charge you $40. She went over it with me at checkin and highlighted it, so they are serious about this policy. I think it was well defined and we made sure to do it. They want to know when the sites are ready for the next people.Also a few blocks on the way to the subway is Club Bark which is a nice dog watching service we used. They keep the dogs inside unless you pay for a walk, but again, the service and cost was perfect for what we needed for one of our longer days in the city.

  • Way overpriced terrible facility.

    Reviewed 8/6/2017

    Overall Rating

    Access

    Location

    Cleanliness

    Site Quality

    Noise

    Nightly rate: $95

    Days stayed: 8

    I refuse to base an evaluation on location. Yes, this is absolutely an outstanding location, all manner of public transportation is available. The staff is great, helpful. That's where it ends. This is a gravel parking lot, very tight spacing and not a lot of room for the toad. Lots of garbage scattered-cig butts, metal wires/hardware ...moreI refuse to base an evaluation on location. Yes, this is absolutely an outstanding location, all manner of public transportation is available. The staff is great, helpful. That's where it ends. This is a gravel parking lot, very tight spacing and not a lot of room for the toad. Lots of garbage scattered-cig butts, metal wires/hardware pieces, bottle caps, and general garbage like used paper towels. The only dump site is a hazmat site, tucked in a corner and has construction materials piled up around it. I watched an RV dump, then start to drive off but forgot to close his valve, dumping clumps of human waste, then use a hose to scatter the spill in the gravel. Bath/shower (men's) was perpetually dirty, one toilet continually ran for 3 days, the ceiling sheetrock is sagging/peeling, shower pans were loose. Driving a big rig with toad into the park is a stressful event, city streets are skinny, lots of construction, and cars park anywhere creating a maze to wind through. The site price is way out of line high, their laundry prices are outrageous ($3 wash, 2.50 dry), and they charge an exorbitant $20 for using their honey wagon. But, they are the only game in town. We will not return.

  • RV Camping close to NYC

    Reviewed 6/5/2017

    Overall Rating

    Access

    Location

    Cleanliness

    Site Quality

    Noise

    Nightly rate: $88

    Days stayed: 7

    Site number: C28, C22

    Liberty Harbor RV Park is a parking lot with water and power hookups (no sewer!) and fantastic access to New York City.Our first site was C28, which was right next to the entrance of boat storage. One night at 11:30pm (after we went to sleep) we got a knock on the door from security asking us to move our truck. It hadn't moved in t...moreLiberty Harbor RV Park is a parking lot with water and power hookups (no sewer!) and fantastic access to New York City.Our first site was C28, which was right next to the entrance of boat storage. One night at 11:30pm (after we went to sleep) we got a knock on the door from security asking us to move our truck. It hadn't moved in two days, so I thought the timing was a little weird, but they said our truck was in the way of the boat mover (or whatever it's called).Our site was also next to a parking lot and construction workers would walk in between our trailer and the back fence all day long, we moved so we could have a little more privacy.Laundry was clean but expensive. $3.00 wash, $2.50 dry.The people in the office are nice and the location can't be beat. If there was sewer and the sites were better spaced I'd give it another star.Verizon - DOWNLOAD: 11.06 Mbps, UPLOA: 4.63 MbpsAT&T - DOWNLOAD: 5.54 Mbps, UPLOA: 6.40 Mbps

  • A parking lot in an awesome location to explore NYC

    Reviewed 14/10/2016

    Overall Rating

    Access

    Location

    Cleanliness

    Site Quality

    Noise

    Nightly rate: $90

    Days stayed: 7

    Site number: C24

    This park is all about location, location, location. As others have said it's nothing more than a blacktop parking lot with sites so close you might well touch your neighbor. Plus for $90/night all you really get is electric/water (either 30 Amp or 50 Amp). However it's in an awesome location to explore the city. You're right next to t...moreThis park is all about location, location, location. As others have said it's nothing more than a blacktop parking lot with sites so close you might well touch your neighbor. Plus for $90/night all you really get is electric/water (either 30 Amp or 50 Amp). However it's in an awesome location to explore the city. You're right next to the commuter ferry into the Pier 11 (Wall Street) and only 10 mins walk to PATH (rail line) or the ferry into World Financial Center. Plus Jersey City is super dog-friendly (we found several large parks to walk doggie around camp) and has tons of great food and beer options. We honestly loved our time exploring NYC and would come back here again for the same.

  • Convenient to NYC but not much else

    Reviewed 26/6/2016

    Overall Rating

    Access

    Location

    Cleanliness

    Site Quality

    Noise

    Nightly rate: $81

    Days stayed: 13

    Site number: C22

    As other reviewers have stated, this is a parking lot, surrounded by other parking lots, and construction. The sites are tight, but all of our neighbors were friendly. We were here for two weeks and had a mostly negative experience.I would recommend this park if you want to come in and out of NYC easily. Beyond that, you are gambli...moreAs other reviewers have stated, this is a parking lot, surrounded by other parking lots, and construction. The sites are tight, but all of our neighbors were friendly. We were here for two weeks and had a mostly negative experience.I would recommend this park if you want to come in and out of NYC easily. Beyond that, you are gambling with sanity and safety.My disclaimer is that we booked this park because I needed to be in the city for work, but my husband would be working in the trailer while we were here. He had a much more miserable experience. I think if you are coming to tour NYC during the day, you will be ok.We were parked in the outer row with 30 amp service. The power went out pretty consistently, as many as 5 times one night. I would recommend booking a 50 amp spot if your rig can do that. We asked around, and our row seemed worse than the others.One day I was in the laundry room and a fence post in the tent area caught on fire due to an electric conduit attached to it that, I imagine, was completely overloaded and burnt through its protective covering. I put it out with a fire extinguisher and after being told about what happened, I'm not sure the staff really did anything. Be careful.There were many guests in RV rentals and we saw one rip off a neighbor's mirrors leaving their site. It's tight moving.The wifi was good except at peak night hours. A few times the network switched from a password to a voucher with no notice. Not good for workflow.The bathrooms and laundry were clean but a little run down. The dump station was not so clean. It was very windy there and garbage like plastic bags and bottles kind of wafted through the air. Welcome to NYC :)

  • A tight carpark but well worth the stay

    Reviewed 23/6/2016

    Overall Rating

    Access

    Location

    Cleanliness

    Site Quality

    Noise

    Nightly rate: $83

    Days stayed: 7

    Site number: B18

    With very few places to stay in & around the New York area we chose this park for its location. A short train ride on the Path Train we were taken into the station at the World Trade Centre and close to the underground.The RV Park itself has been turned from a car park into a RV park and with this you are up close and personal to ...moreWith very few places to stay in & around the New York area we chose this park for its location. A short train ride on the Path Train we were taken into the station at the World Trade Centre and close to the underground.The RV Park itself has been turned from a car park into a RV park and with this you are up close and personal to your neighbours. The sites are small but backing in is easy as of the angle and layout of each site. There is only power & water available on the site and they also have a dump on site which again is easy to access.They have a weekly rate which gives you the 7th day free.Power 50 & 30 Amp.Water YesInternet Ask at reception for the code. It can be a bit flakey and slow during peak hours.Laundry Yes This is a commercial area and there is construction works close by.

  • Beefed-up parking lot in a fantastic location

    Reviewed 4/6/2016

    Overall Rating

    Access

    Location

    Cleanliness

    Site Quality

    Noise

    Nightly rate: $96

    Days stayed: 5

    Site number: C10

    NYC doesn't offer up many RV-park choices, and it seems like this is the best available option close to the city. It's a large-ish gravel- and asphalt lot in the harbor, adjacent to a dry boat storage area, and fenced off from a massive parking lot used by NJers ferrying in and out of the city. It's located in a gentrifying part of...moreNYC doesn't offer up many RV-park choices, and it seems like this is the best available option close to the city. It's a large-ish gravel- and asphalt lot in the harbor, adjacent to a dry boat storage area, and fenced off from a massive parking lot used by NJers ferrying in and out of the city. It's located in a gentrifying part of Jersey City, so coffee and dog salons are nearby. We took the Path train into the city--15-minute walk to the station, $2.75 each way, seemed safe, and drops you off in convenient areas of Manhattan. The RV park is also remarkably quiet, given its central location. The only noise of note was techno music throbbing from a car one morning, and rumbling construction nearby. We did get a roach in our rig (not unexpected) and were crammed in between other RVs (also not unexpected). We parked against the back fence area, where you have fewer neighbors but also less site space. Central areas have picnic tables and more space. We didn't hang out much in the RV park, because it's like hanging out in a parking lot, but did notice that the nearby state park offers a pleasant green space and fantastic views of the city. You can even see the Statue of Liberty from the RV park on a clear day.Front desk staff was helpful, shower house was as clean as an edifice of that age and location can get, and the pricey laundry room had newish, clean machines. We would definitely stay here again, for its proximity to NYC, ease of getting around and because there aren't any other choices.

  • EXCELLENT

    Reviewed 22/5/2016

    Overall Rating

    Access

    Location

    Cleanliness

    Site Quality

    Noise

    Nightly rate: $105

    Days stayed: 4

    Site number: C24

    This is a no frills RV park. The sites are snug and are gravel. We paid $90 for our first night (a Thursday) then $105 per night for Fri, Sat & Sun. The showers are nothing spectacular but the water pressure and temp make up for it. The WiFi is OK at times...not the fastest but it works. The location of this park is FANTASTIC!!!!! It i...moreThis is a no frills RV park. The sites are snug and are gravel. We paid $90 for our first night (a Thursday) then $105 per night for Fri, Sat & Sun. The showers are nothing spectacular but the water pressure and temp make up for it. The WiFi is OK at times...not the fastest but it works. The location of this park is FANTASTIC!!!!! It is a short 12minute walk to the Warren Street Wharf where you catch the ferry over to Financial District in New York or over to Liberty Landing. The cost to New York is $7.00 each way or you can buy a book of 10 for $55.00. The park is very quiet on the weekend but can get noisy during the week due to construction work around the marina. The sites only have water & elect. There is one dump station near the restrooms. I didnt use the laundry as I thought it was too expensive but it looks modern and clean. The staff helpful and friendly.

Cell Phone Coverage

Verizon 4G

Confirmed by 6 Users Last Reported 09/04/2018

At&t 4G

Confirmed by 4 Users Last Reported 10/24/2018

T-Mobile 4G

Confirmed by 2 Users Last Reported 09/03/2019

Campsite Types