New Jersey Campground Reservations at All-Time High

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Surf & Stream RV Resort and Campground in Toms River, NJ, reports steady business growth as people are searching for more economic vacation choices.

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With the rising cost of gas prices and the state of the economy, people are looking for more modest vacations closer to home... [Camping] is a great alternative to an expensive vacation.

Due to the continually sluggish economy, summer vacations have taken a backseat to working longer hours and saving pennies. However, within the travel industry, there is one seasonal business that has grown - camping. Campgrounds this year have reported making more money as they replace the more conventional travel destinations due to the recession. According to Ray Rimoldi, manager of Surf & Stream RV Resort and Campground, Toms River, the number of RV and tent reservations is at an all-time high. “With the rising cost of gas prices and the state of the economy, people are looking for more modest vacations closer to home,” states Rimoldi. “A tent site with water and electricity, as well as access to hot showers, toilet facilities, a swimming pool and recreational activities can run you as little as $40 a day. It’s a great alternative to an expensive vacation.”

Surf and Stream Campground offers a variety of rental packages, with both in-season and off-season rates, including: full hookup RV sites with seasonal, monthly and daily pricing options; tent sites with electricity and water hookups; fully-equipped one and two bedroom cottages, outfitted with electricity, washer and dryers, fully-equipped kitchens, and heating and air-conditioning, among other amenities. Additionally, the campground is conveniently located close to the beach and Seaside Boardwalk, Atlantic City, New York City and Philadelphia, making it an ideal and affordable home base for day trips and excursions.

For more information on Surf & Stream RV Resort and Campground, contact 732.349.8919 or visit on the web at http://www.surfnstream.com.

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Barry Bielat