Family Campground

About The Campground

The Allaire Campground is located just up Atlantic Ave from the Village, Pine Creek, and the Disc Golf Course. The sites are primarily wooded, with a few out in an open field. There is not much elevation change within the campground itself but the trails sorounding the sites have a few feet up ups and downs. Sites include parking for 1 or more cars, a fire ring, and a picnic table.

Facilities

The campground offers the follow Facilities:

  • Tent/Camper Sites
  • Cabins
  • 1 large bathroom and shower facility
  • A small kids playground
  • Multiple water spickets
  • An camp dump station

Site Types

Campsites

45 tent and trailer sites with fire rings and picnic tables. Flush toilets and shower facilities are within walking distance. Trailer sanitary station is closed mid-October to mid-April. Campground is open year round.

Cost: NJ Resident $20 per night; Non Resident $25 per night. Additional online reservation fee may apply.

Shelters

Six shelters. Cabin-like structures with wood stove for heat and two double-deck bunks, which sleep up to four people. Each site includes a fire ring and picnic table. Accessible to persons with disabilities. Open February 1 to December 31.

Cost: NJ Resident $48 per night; Non Resident $60 per night. Additional online reservation fee may apply.

Group Camping

Large groups are not allowed to camp in single sites within the family camping area. Allaire does have a Group Campground area for this.

Fees and Registration

2020 Rates

Here are the 2020 rates as per the state's website:

  • Campsites: NJ Resident $20 per night; Non Resident $25 per night.
  • Shelter: NJ Resident $48 per night; Non Resident $60 per night.
  • Online Reservations: A non-refundable service fee of $5.00 will be charged to the customer for each reservation.

Registration

Online: Registrations can also be made through the state's online registration system: njportal.com/DEP/NJOutdoors.

In Person: Camping registration can be done at the main office/visitor center. That is about a mile up the road from the campground, just outside the Allaire Village/Pine Creek Railroad entrance. I would Call Ahead first to make sure Allaire is taking in person registration, as well as if they even have spaces open.

Exploring The Park

Trails

There are many trails right around the campground that are fun to explore. Though primaily flat, you can hit a mile or 2 or single track within a few feet of your campsite.

There is also a trail that will bring you across Atlantic Ave, and eventually to the village. Just remember that biking is not allowed on the trails surrounding the village.

The Village

The Historic Allaire Village and Pine Creek Railroad are both just a short drive down the road from the campground. here you will be able to take a ride on the trail, or step back in time.

Disc Golf

Also down the road from the campground if the 18-Hole Disc-Golf course. Bring your discs and head out for a fun round of DG.

Even More

There are many great things to do throughout Allaire State Park. Our Visit Allaire and Exploring Allaire pages offer detailed information on exploring our favorite park :) You can also just grab a map and go explore!

More Points of Interest

Historic Allaire Village

Step back in time and take a stroll through the village.

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Family Campground

45 tent and trailer sites + 6 Cabins = a boat load of relaxation.

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Group Campground

Six group sites with fire rings, picnic tables and composting toilets.

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Dinosaurs!

Search the forest for the Dinos!

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18 Hole Disc Golf Course

Bring your discs for a 18 hole round through the local forest.

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Multiuse Trails

Trails for Biking, Hiking, Skipping, Handstands, Horsefolk, and More.

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Nature Interpretive Center

Learn a bit more of the flora and fauna in and around Allaire.

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Pine Creek Railroad (NJMT)

Take a ride on the rails at the NJ Museum of Transportation - Pine Creek Railroad

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RC Flying Field

Visit the fields of the Jersey Coast Radio Control Club for some flying fun.

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