Established in 1964, Camp Taylor has always been family owned and operated. Located in the beautiful mountains of Northwest New Jersey, the campground consists of 150 sites located on 400 acres of pristine forest.
Adjacent to the Delaware Water Gap National Recreation Area and Appalachian Trail, our large wooded sites and miles of hiking trails offer a unique opportunity to reconnect with nature.
Whether you are a veteran outdoor enthusiast, or a first time camper, you will find what you are looking for in our primitive tent sites, electric and water sites, cabins, or onsite RV rentals.
Come visit us and enjoy camping as it was meant to be and
The Genuine Outdoor Experience.
We'd be pleased to be your hosts.
-The Taylor Family
Now is also a great time to reserve a seasonal site! Save on gas and time packing and setting up. A seasonal site means you can go camping anytime, at a moments notice. For more information, click the button below.
-Spacious, shaded sites
-Free Wi-Fi throughout the campground (except in primitive sites)
-Two acre lake for swimming. You may also use your own kayaks and canoes in the lake. No motors or paddle boards and life vests must be worn.
-Playground and Recreation Field
-Direct hiking access to the Appalachian Trail and Delaware Water Gap
-Table and trash can at each site
-Fire pit at each site
-Camp Store- ice, soda, candy, basic camping supplies and gifts
-Water and electric hook-ups(no sewer)
-Separate tenting section
-Propane and firewood
-On-site sewage pump out (mid-week only)
-Miniature golf, volleyball, horseshoes, and cornhole.
The Lakota Wolf Preserve, located on the campground, offers educational talks and photo opportunities of a lifetime. Reservations are required for their tours and photo shoots, please visit their website to reserve. The howling of wolves, which can be heard while sitting at your campfire, reinforces the feeling of a remote wilderness setting, yet you are only a short drive from dozens of family attractions, restaurants and exciting shopping venues in the New Jersey Skylands and Pennsylvania Poconos.
While camping here you can walk around the outside of the preserve during the day when they are not doing a tour. To go on a tour you must book tickets in advance from their website at www.Lakotawolf.com Tours are limited and tickets, especially on weekends, do often sell out weeks ahead of time.
Through daily business practices focusing on promoting and preserving our natural resources, we strive to provide camping families a place to experience & reconnect with nature through vacations that are both fun and environmentally responsible.
With hiking destinations and loops both on our property and in the adjacent public land including Sunfish Pond and the point of the Water Gap, you can plan as long or as short of a hike you want.
-Garden State Green Award
-The NJ DEP's Certificate of Environmental Stewardship
-New Jersey Govenor's Environmental Tourism Award
-The Warren County Tourism Award
-New Jersey Campground Owners Association
-National Assosiation of RV Parks and Campgrounds (arvc)
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