Allaire Group Campground

Allenwood Lakewood Rd. and Squankum Rd., Wall, NJ 07719



Allaire Group Campground At A Glance...

  • Todays Sunrise: 6:55 am,   Sunset: 4:32 pm  
  • New Jersey Shore Region Monmouth County
  • Allaire Group Campground is part of  Allaire State Park
  • Amenities:
    • Bathrooms
    • Picnic / Sitting Area
    • Grills / Firering
    Camping:
    • 0-0 All Campgrounds and RV parks
    • Group Camping
      Group Camping Only
    • Multi-use Trails
      Miles of trails in Allaire


About Allaire Group Campground

Allaire Group Campground offers 6 large sites, lots of trails, and close access to all of Allaire State Park. There are 6 group sites with fire rings, picnic tables, and composting toilets; total capacity: 250. Open all year. 2 sites accommodate 25 campers. 4 sites accommodate 50 campers.


Trail & Path Info

Located (literally) around the group campground, you will find a loop of hiking/biking/multi-use trails. You can walk from the group camground down the Manasquan River, allowing for some sight seeing and general romps in the river. You can even walk to a large parking area off Hospital Road. This Hospital Road parking lot will provide access to the bulk of multi-use trails in Allaire State Park.


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