Camp Taylor Campground is a 400-acre family owned and operated campground and tree farm. We are adjacent to 125,000 acres of state and federal parks, and offer direct hiking access to the Delaware Water Gap National Recreation area and the world famous Appalachian Trail.
We offer the campers who stay with us many unique and amazing opportunities to experience the natural beauty of the Water Gap Region. Hike from your campsite to view the river from the top of Mt. Tammany, or to enjoy the quiet seclusion of our Wildlife Lake. Visit the Lakota Wolf Preserve, which is located on the campground, and hear the wolves howling as you sit around a crackling campfire. Or visit the local wineries, farm stands, antique shops and historical heritage sites.
Please allow Camp Taylor Campground and the Taylor family to be your hosts as you discover the wild, scenic Delaware River area.
Number of Camp Sites
Maximum Campsite Spur Length
We can accommodate RVs up to 44 feet.
Maximum Number of People a Campsite May Accommodate
A maximum of six persons per site are permitted, no more than four may be over the age of 18.
Sites without hook-ups are $32 per night for the first two persons. Sites with electric & water are $41.00 per night for the first two persons. Find more pricing information for our campsites and rentals at Camptaylor.com
Maximum Length of Stay Allowed
End of April through October 15
From Route 80 (East or West):
Exit 4C onto Route 94 North. Proceed approximately 4 miles on Route 94, then turn left onto Benton Road. Follow Benton Road to the end and make a right onto Frog Pond Road, then make your first left onto Wishing Well Road. Go to the end and make a left onto Mount Pleasant Road. Office will be 1/2 mile down on the right.
Camp Taylor Campground is devoted to protecting our environment. We are a certified tree farm, dedicated to the preservation of wood, water, and wildlife. Our bathrooms use timed faucets and showers to conserve water, and we strictly enforce New Jersey's recycling regulations. Camp Taylor is a past recipient of the New Jersey Governor's Environmental Tourism Award, The Garden State Green Award, and has received the New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection's Certificate of Environmental Stewardship.
Locally or Family-Owned Business Notes
Camp Taylor Campground began when Joe Taylor rented the first campsite in 1964, and has grown into a 150 site campground. The Taylor Family has been committed to providing campers with the Genuine Outdoor Experience for three generations and more than fifty years.
Pet Friendly Notes
No pets are permitted on rental cabin or glamping tent sites. Two leashed pets are permitted per site when camping in your own RV or Tent.
End of April Through October