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Timberlane Campground
H7 Timberland Road
Clarksboro, New Jersey


Welcome to New Jersey sign
Timberland Campground sign

The office at
Timberlane Campground

A skunk and a black cat crossed paths just outside the campground. The skunk ran into the bushes before Karen could get its picture and the black cat just stared at Karen.

Timerlane Campground office
a black cat

Good thing the two RV Gypsies did not really want to use the pool because it closed at 7 P.M. That is just way too early.

pool hours sign
pool and rules

The RV of the two RV Gypsies in their new yard, and a pond near the entrance to the campground.

The RV of the two RV Gypsies in their new yard
the pond at Timerland Cacpground

This campground was only 15 miles from Philadelphia. The roads at Timberland Campground were paved, which is not found very often. That is why this campground gets a Smiley Face from the two RV Gypsies. Sites were nice gravel sites, but the sites were too close together, which is often the situation at campgrounds.

The campground Wi-Fi did not even open, even though the tower was right next to the site of the two RV Gypsies. It was unsecured and totally useless. Their instructions sheet says NOT to go to the office about their network. The two RV Gypsies have their own Wi-Fi which worked just fine.

Most standard rules applied. Check-in time was 1 P.M. Check-out time was noon.

According to New Jersey State Law, you CANNOT be a permanent resident in a campground. But by the looks of the way some RVs kept their site, they sure looked like they were parked there for awhile.  All children must be on their site by 9 P.M. Only approved RV clotheslines are permitted. (not sure what the criteria is on the clotheslines). All parties/picnics must be approved by the campground.


The above comments are just the experience of the two RV Gypsies. These comments do not make the campground good or bad in general.

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