The Great Divide Campground

68 Phillips Rd., Newton, New Jersey 07860


Updated: 2016-04-27 20:15:45 Short URL: gonj.me/264cef
The Great Divide Campground (formerly Green Valley Beach Campground) is nestled in the rolling foothills of northwest New Jersey's rural Sussex County. Whether short term or seasonal, their campers enjoy a selection of 250 outstandingly landscaped wooded and open sites, along with a long list of amenities and conveniences.

Campsites at Green Valley Beach Campground
  • Spacious sites with full hookups available
  • Free cable TV hookups
  • Security gate
  • Olympic-sized heated swimming pool
  • Rec hall
  • 3 acre private lake for fishing
  • Playground
  • Full schedule of planned activities (in season)
  • Camp store
  • Laundromat
  • Snack bar
  • Clean restrooms
  • Dumping station

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Activities:
  • Swimming
Amenities:
  • Beach
  • Picnic / Sitting Area
Camping:
  • Complete Campground and RV listing
  • Camp Type: Drive-up camping
  • Camp Type: Large lots for RVs
  • Camp Type: Medium sized lots
  • Camp Type: Seasonal Spots Available
  • Camp Type: Tent Camping Available
  • Hookups Available
  • Internet Access
  • Pet Friendly

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