Two or Four Night Basic Cabin Rental at Turtle Run Campground (Up to 49%Off)

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Grace M. · 2 reviews HELPFUL REVIEWER
· Reviewed November 1, 2017
This is a very nice family friendly campground. It was the Halloween Celebration Weekend and the events were well planned and my grandson had a great time. The owners were very pleasant. We plan to return.


En C. · 5 reviews TOP REVIEWER
· Reviewed October 12, 2017
Very nice & relaxing time there. employees,especially Rick, were very friendly & helpful. Trailer was very nice & clean & roomy. 2nd year visiting TurtleRun & will definitely return next year!


Ann B. · 2 reviews HELPFUL REVIEWER
· Reviewed September 14, 2017
This campground, set in the Pine Barrens, is small but in a nice location, off the beaten path. There appears to be a lot of year-round RV's set up, but it was nearly empty when I stayed there in mid-September. The man who runs the place is super nice to deal with but he was not around at all to check in and make sure if things were okay. He did provide a phone number to call if there were any problems but an in person greeting would have been nice when I checked in. The RV I rented had a nice screened porch, which was perfect (the campground is near the Wading River, so there are plenty of mosquitoes around). The interior was comfortable enough, but was quite run down. The RV sat on a slant, the screens had holes in them, the inside table was broken, and the interior and exterior were pretty dirty. I understand it is in the woods so I don't expect pristine, but the carpeting, and the upholstery on the sofa and seating benches was really so grungy I didn't want to sit on them. The area, although in the woods, gets a fair amount of road noise from nearby 542, and it is apparently in a fly-over pattern for jets--on Tuesday I had at least 9 jets fly over at fairly low altitude in a span of 20 minutes, loud enough to shake the acorns off of the surrounding trees. I was a little surprised that, although the campground sits next to the Wading River, there was no easy access to the river--or at least none that I could find (and there was no one around to ask). The RV was equipped outdoors with a nice charcoal grill and fire ring (both of which I took full advantage of). There was no chair outside, though (aside from the picnic table under the screened porch) so I had to borrow one from the unoccupied RV next door, which worked out well, but could have caused an issue if it had been occupied. Pots, pans, dishes and cups are provided inside the RV, which was a nice touch. There was no bathroom inside the RV, but the bathhouse was right behind my location, which was convenient. The bathhouse was neatly kept and well lit, which is a huge plus. They also had a laundry right next to the bathhouse, which would be great for longer stays. The campground has a nice pool, snack bar, mini golf course and horse shoe pit. It has an area for picnics and other sports activities. The pool and the snack bar were closed (it was off season), but it looks like, in season, it would a great place to bring the family. All in all, I enjoyed my stay. However, a little TLC for the RV unit would have made it that much more enjoyable.

What You'll Get

Choose Between Two Options

  • $83for a two-night basic cabin rental ($160value)
  • $163for a four-night basic cabin rental ($320value)

The basic cabin can fit a family of four.

The Fine Print

Promotional value expires Oct 31, 2015. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy 1 additional as gift. Limit 1 per visit. Valid only for option purchased. All goods or services must be used by the same person. No pets allowed. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.

About Turtle Run Campground

Established: 2004
Reservations/Appointments: Required
Staff Size: 2–10 people
Pro Tip: Family campground

The crunch of twigs snapping beneath your feet. The smoky smell of a campfire. The rays of sun peeking beneath the trees of the forest. Such sights are commonplace within the New Jersey Pine Barrens, an area which Turtle Run Campground calls home, allowing its visitors to do the same for short spans of time. With sections for RVs, tents, and cabins, the grounds offer camping with varying levels of convenience, making it a popular destination for families. A turtle-shaped swimming pool and large playground accommodate the kids, and feral granola bars need not be ensnared for food, since a full grill and deli is open for breakfast, lunch, and dinner from Friday-Sunday till Mid May-Mid October.

And while the forest is lovely to behold, the grounds are located with easy accessibility to many attractions, including trips to history centers, flea markets, and the seaside. And it's no problem if you come without reservations made—the owners pop in often to help with vacation planning.

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