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NCJOA releases 2017 campground guide

NCJOA releases 2017 campground guide

OCEAN CITY, N.J. — The 2017 edition of the New Jersey Campground and RV Park Vacation Guide, published annually by New Jersey Campground Owners Association, has been released.

It is free and available for people to order a copy online or view in digital format at www.GoCampingNJ.com.  People can also call 800.2CAMP-NJ to order a free copy.

New Jersey offers camping in the mountains and pine barrens, along rivers, lakes, and the bay, and many campgrounds are located along the Jersey Shore. In addition to detailed information on services and amenities for 90-plus NJCOA member campgrounds and RV parks, readers will find engaging editorial about the varied activities and experiences available throughout the six regions in the state.

This year’s guidebook features stories on National Outdoors Month, which takes place in June, recipes for hot dogs and campfire beverages, and campground etiquette. This year, the member spotlight shines on Elizabeth Corson, of Plantation Campground in Seaville, N.J.

“Whether you take several camping trips throughout the year or are a seasonal camper, the guide will provide you with invaluable information to make your vacation getaway exciting and memorable. Let the adventure begin,” said Joann Delvescio, NCJOA executive director.

SOURCE: New Jersey Campground Owners Association press release

 

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