Summer Cottages Available at New Jersey RV Resort and Campground

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Toms River campground has fully-equipped, luxury cottages available to serve as an ideal summer retreat.

Surf & Stream Campground Summer Cottages

These cottages make a beautiful summer haven for anyone looking to relax in nature, but also be close to the beach and the city, as well.

Surf & Stream RV Resort and Campground of Toms River, NJ, has luxury cottages available at its resort. The cottages feature either one or two bedroom models, all with a private deck for outdoor dining and lounging, sunroom, full bathroom with shower, fully equipped kitchen, washer and dryer, heating and air conditioning, ceiling fans and recessed lighting, among other amenities.

Ray Rimoldi, Manager of Surf & Stream RV Resort and Campground, says that the summer cottages are perfect for families or retirees seeking an affordable summer stay at the Jersey Shore. “The cottages are spacious and can accommodate a small office area, as well as a seating area for relaxing and TV viewing,” he says, making them an ideal getaway for anyone looking for a cozy summer retreat. Rimoldi also notes that the cottages are roomy enough to have the option of having a sleep sofa for overnight guests, as well.

Surf & Stream Campground has a number of amenities on site, including: shuffle board, volleyball and bocce ball courts, a swimming pool, and a general store. It is also located close to New Jersey’s beaches, making activities such as, boating, canoeing, fishing, golfing and sailing convenient for its guests. Additionally, the campground is a short commute to New York City, Atlantic City and Philadelphia. According to Rimoldi, “These cottages make a beautiful summer haven for anyone looking to relax in nature, but also be close to the beach and the city, as well.”

Visit Surf & Stream cottages on the web at http://www.surfnstreamcottages.com for further information. The RV Park is located at 1801 Ridgeway Road, Toms River, New Jersey.

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Barry Bielat