- 58 Honey Run Rd., Blairstown, NJ 07825, USA
Olympic pools, spa, lake fishing and boating, tennis, family events, mini golf, farm animals, cabin rentals. Close to Delaware Water Gap, and Village of Hope. No pets.
Latitude/Longitude: 40.911122 , -75.019022
Total Sites: 200
Camping Season: April through Oct.
- swimming pool
- lp gas
- modem connection
- sewer hookups
- other swimming
- cable tv
- dump station
- recreation hall
- group area
- phone hookups
From I-80 Exit 12 turn south towards Hope onto Rt. 521. Continue 1 mile, at stop intersection turn west (right) onto Rt. 609. Go 3 1/2 miles turn right onto Nightingale Rd. Go 1 mile turn right onto Honey Run Rd. Campground 1/2 mile on left. From I-78 or US 22, Exit 17, go North on Rt. 31 to Rt. 46 go west (left). Continue approx. 8 miles. At Marshall's Farm Market turn north (right) onto Rt. 616. Go 2 1/2 miles, go right onto Nightingale 1/2 mile, turn left onto Honey Run Road.
Wednesday 04/25/2018 20%
Cloudy. Lows overnight in the mid 40s.
Thursday 04/26/2018 10%
Intervals of clouds and sunshine. High 66F. Winds WNW at 10 to 15 mph.
Friday 04/27/2018 100%
Periods of rain. Thunder possible. High around 55F. Winds light and variable. Chance of rain 100%.
Saturday 04/28/2018 20%
Intervals of clouds and sunshine. Slight chance of a rain shower. High 64F. Winds SW at 5 to 10 mph.
Sunday 04/29/2018 0%
Partly cloudy skies during the morning hours will become overcast in the afternoon. High around 55F. Winds NW at 10 to 15 mph.
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Great Camping Experience
July 7, 2008
Great Family campground - Wooded area with a lot of tree cover, 2 clean pools, friendly helpful staff, clean bathrooms, scrub sinks, and free showers. Family fun activities throughout the day. Playground.
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Lots of kids!
May 29, 2007
The bathrooms and other areas were very well cleaned, and even on one of the busiest weekends of the year the conditions were terrific.
Most of the sites are "average" sized with enough space for 2 tents, 1 car, 1 table and a campfire + some chairs, they are also in a heavily wooded area with tall mature trees which block 85-95% of the sunlight.
Prior to the trip I was informed that there was a "one tent per site" restriction. From driving through the entire park it was apparent that this rule is not enforced in the least bit. Many sites had 2-3 tents or combinations of tent + camper seemed very popular as well.
The one car per site rule is enforced and while stopping to visit a friend's site I was asked (very nicely!) to move my car back to my site.
Another rule that doesn't seem to be enforced at all is the firewood policy. I didn't see any cars checked for outside wood.
They do sell wood on site for about $1.00 per log, or you could go down the road 1/2 mile and find farms selling it for about $0.30 per log. There is plenty of twigs and fallen wood to collect for kindling.
The pond on the campground is full of algae and pond plants making fishing very difficult unless you are skilled in weedless lures. From 10-5 there are a handful of folks tossing in lines and getting a bunch of sunnys but for bass you'll really need to get there between 6-9AM and 6-9PM. For a larger lake for fishing head East(I think) on 46 and take the left turn toward Mountain Lakes. There you'll find a significantly larger lake with less plant life.
This truly is a "family" oriented campsite, >75% of the sites had children. Because the camp sites are pretty close to each other there was a constant parade of children on bicycles or walking through the area and the sounds of babies crying and parents fighting with children was a constant. Luckily the noise dies down around 10PM but it kicks back up at about 8AM.
If your looking for peace and quiet this is not the place to go during weekend peak season when all sites are occupied.
Weekdays or off peak season would be a completely different story and I'm sure this place would be a fantastic spot!
WARNING: Avoid site 2 at all costs! It is directly next to the bathroom and you will hear the slamming of the doors at all hours, and congregations of folks waiting for their kids (or parents), and lots of pots and pans being cleaned up. Not to mention that there was no arrangement of car, tent, table, camp fire, chairs that was able to prevent people (of all ages) from walking directly through the center of this camp site!
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Great Clean Place!
July 16, 2006
20 years of camping I have always shied away from commercial campgrounds and opted for state parks due to cleanliness and seclusion. We just bought our 1st pop-up camper (we always tent camped) and decided to try it out for a quick one night test and randomly chose TripleBrook.
There isn't enough I can say! CLEAN odor free restrooms meticulously maintained, clean campsites, excellent to pretty good seclusion depending on the particular site (the P sites where we stayed are the best), FRIENDLY staff, 2 pools, a Jacuzzi, CHEAP prices in the convenience store, nice people camping there. 2 thumbs up!
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