Directions & Attractions

Frontier Campground features one of the quietest, cleanest, and most relaxing campgrounds in South Jersey. Our close proximity to the world-renowned New Jersey beaches, Atlantic City Casinos, local state parks, and much more offers something for the whole family.

Our main entrance is located on Route 50, between Tuckahoe and Seaville. For our rear entrance use Route 9 or Garden State Parkway Exit 25 to Route 631.

New Jersey Shore Beach Going down to the Jersey Shore is a popular summer tradition with mid-Atlantic residents from New York, Philadelphia and of course, New Jersey. Trade a subway for a beach cruiser and embrace a vacation of boogie-boarding, beach combing and cruising the boardwalk.

Googie Burger Wildwood Crest, New Jersey has one of the largest concentrations of mid-century Googie (Doo-Wop) architecture in the country. This unique style emerged in the 50’s and 60’s and influenced the design not only of buildings, but of cars and consumer goods. It is characterized primarily by eye-catching “space-age” design elements inspired by the shapes of atoms, flying saucers, and jet planes.

Morey's Pier and Beachfront Waterparks Morey’s Piers & Beachfront Waterparks is a classic seaside amusement park located on the Wildwood’s boardwalk in Wildwood, New Jersey. The park has been family owned and operated since 1969 and is currently run by 2nd generation Morey Brothers, Will and Jack. Morey’s Piers has over 100 rides and attractions. It includes three amusement piers and two beachfront waterparks.

Cape May Victorian Cape May offers fine wines, outstanding restaurants, classic jazz festivals, and special events all year. Some things just get better with age, and charming Cape May is no exception. This historic Victorian seaside gem is the oldest resort and one of the most beautiful spots in the country. The entire city is a national historic district, with nearly 600 preserved Victorian buildings.

New Jersey Boardwalk The award-winning Ocean City Boardwalk is the 3 mile long, newly boarded home to Trimper’s Amusements, Thrasher’s Fries, Jolly Roger Amusements, Fisher’s Popcorn, Dolle’s Candy, Kohl Bros. Ice Cream, Dumser’s Ice Cream, Candy Kitchen, and many other businesses, attractions and eateries, both old and new.

Cowtown Rodeo The Cowtown Rodeo is the longest running weekly rodeo in the United States, started in 1929. Generally, the rodeo runs from the middle of May until the end of September. Grant Harris and his family have been running the rodeo every Saturday night during the summer months since 1955, when it was first staged as a weekly event.

Wheaton Arts and Cultural CenterBeautiful Wheaton Village is a show place of American craft, with an emphasis on the medium of glass; so important to New Jersey’s culture and history. Families and groups alike will find Wheaton Village to be an invaluable resource for education on the role of crafts in both traditional and life.

Lion at the Cape May County Zoo Cape May County Zoo houses 250 species, including lions, giraffes, lemurs, snow leopards, red pandas, crocodiles, and pink flamingos. Take a walking safari on the raised boardwalk bordering the African Savannah habitat, and visit the aviary and reptile houses. A carousel and miniature train will lure the littlest ones and the surrounding county park is filled with picnic areas, playgrounds, bike trails, and a pond for fishing.

Giant GrouperLooking to fish? Cape May’s rich marine resources offer an outstanding variety of angling for residents and visitors alike. It also supports an important commercial fishery and provides the basis for one of the state’s most important industries; tourism. From blue claws to striped bass, from surf fishing to deep artificial reefs, the division’s management of marine resources provides an incredible range of possibilities.