Area Attractions

Pomona RV Park and Campground is located in the heart of Southern New Jersey’s fabulous shore area. Just 10 minutes from the Atlantic City Casinos and Boardwalk, we are also within easy and convenient reach of championship public golf courses and world-class beaches at Atlantic City, Brigantine and Ocean City. The restaurants in the area range from fine dining to just plain fun with an abundance of fresh seafood and local produce available year round. Boating, deep sea and surf fishing, crabbing, clamming, horse racing, unique shopping, and a wide range of attractions are all within easy reach.

Atlantic City Casinos & Boardwalk

Sun, sand, towering resort hotels, the bustling Boardwalk, the awe-inspiring Atlantic -- this is one beach party you don’t want to miss. The Atlantic City, New Jersey beaches are famous, and rightly so. Everything you could possibly want is right here within walking distance, from shops to five-star restaurants to casinos, attractions and great shows -- all benefits of being one of the few American beaches with boardwalks.

Atlantic City

Historic Smithville & Village Green

Smithville is located only a short distance away from where desperate farmers fought for their lands against the invasion of the British during the American Revolution. The towne is bounded on one side by the mysterious Pine Barrens, where stunted trees have proven an unexplainable phenomenon of nature. Today, you may enjoy a wide collection of shoppes at Historic Smithville and Village Greene.

Smithville Historic Village

Batsto Village

Batsto Village is an historic site in the South Central Pinelands of New Jersey. It is known throughout the country, both for its beauty and its historical significance. Batsto has roots dating back to 1766, with nearly two and a half centuries of American history available for our visitors to see, all with the lovely Pinelands as a scenic backdrop.

Batsto Village

Edwin B. Forsythe National Wildlife Refuge

You are welcome to visit the Edwin B. Forsythe National Wildlife Refuge, where more than 47,000 acres of southern New Jersey coastal habitats are actively protected and managed for wildlife and for you. The refuge’s location in one of the Atlantic Flyway’s most active flight paths makes it an important link in the vast network of national wildlife refuges administered nationwideby the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service.

Edwin B Forsythe Refuge

Wharton State Forest

Throughout Wharton are rivers and streams for canoeing, hiking trails (including a major section of the Batona Trail), miles of unpaved roads for mountain biking and horseback riding and numerous lakes, ponds and fields ideal for wildlife observation. Bald eagles, red-tailed hawks, marsh hawks, ospreys, great blue herons, swans, screech owls, great-horned owls, bluebirds, hummingbirds, purple martins, goldfinch, turkeys, beavers, river otters, fox and deer are only some of the wildlife the alert visitor can see.

Wharton State Forest

Storybook Land

For over 60 years, since its establishment in 1955, Storybook Land has been keeping the spirit of childhood alive in an entertaining and educational atmosphere. We invite you to relive your childhood while introducing the innocent themes of wonderment to an entire new generation. Your children’s - and grandchildren’s - memories will be with them throughout their lifetimes!

Storybook Land

Boat Rentals
Fishing Charters
Antique Shops and Shows
Flea Markets
Roller Skating
Miniature Golf