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Most all my camping  was north jersey.If you fish, Swartswood is nice,2 lakes,trout stocked,big sandy beach for swimming.Kymer's is close to land of make believe.Saw mill lake in high point is trout stocked.Where ever you decide,camping is great family fun, Have a great time!

https://mommypoppins.com/new-jersey-kids/camps/best-family-campgrounds-in-new-jersey

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I took my 3 kids to Jenny Jump this week, they had a blast. Some nice trails, private sites and we caught a ton of fish at Ghost Lake. It feels a lot more remote than it is.


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Promise Land State Park in PA is great. Camp at the end of pickerel point right on the lake, all different kinds of natural attractions walking distance away, fish, swim. We love the place.

https://pennsylvaniastateparks.reserveamerica.com/camping/promised-land-state-park/r/campgroundDetails.do?contractCode=PA&parkId=880414

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Tons of great suggestions as far as ideas go......Like said, not the most expensive tent is needed, but a rain guard is a must. We used to camp in Stokes overnight when the kids were small right next to the Flatbrook at Lake Ocquittunk .......Clean, public rest rooms nearby, clear running spring water with a pump spout, etc....Depends how far you are looking to go......The link is below.

https://www.allstays.com/Campgrounds-details/24475.htm

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26 minutes ago, LPJR said:

Tons of great suggestions as far as ideas go......Like said, not the most expensive tent is needed, but a rain guard is a must. We used to camp in Stokes overnight when the kids were small right next to the Flatbrook at Lake Ocquittunk .......Clean, public rest rooms nearby, clear running spring water with a pump spout, etc....Depends how far you are looking to go......The link is below.

https://www.allstays.com/Campgrounds-details/24475.htm

Like this gentleman said Stokes is a great place to start, my Buddy works for Stokes Park service and they also have cabins and lean tooos which might not be a bad idea for the first time if you want to break your daughter into camping slowly, either way you will have a blast and lots of memories!

   Good Luck !

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