The popular private New Jersey camp sites and resorts open to the public and offer a wide variety of scenery, facilities, and nearby attractions for the family with kids.
Many of the campgrounds provide opportunities for the more serious nature enthusiast who wants to get out and experience the wilderness.
Private camp sites, although more expensive that State Parks, offer many additional family recreational activities, and for people who enjoy a beer or glass of wine with their meal, they usually do not have restrictions on moderate alcohol use. However, that does not mean that they will allow a large group with a keg party.
Note: While rules may vary by campground, (it is suggested you discuss this with the campground) these rules are likely to be enforced by most private campgrounds