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Cape May Camping Resort Officially Under Blue Water Management

Outdoor hospitality company Blue Water assumed management over the highly-rated Holly Shores Camping Resort (New Jersey) in partnership with Sun Outdoors.

The resort has been rebranded to Sun Outdoors Cape May since it is located four miles from Wildwood and Cape May beaches, making it the perfect destination for campers searching for a coastal retreat in New Jersey.

Cape May County encompasses 38 acres of woods, offering an inclusive resort experience filled with glamping tents and vacation rentals that fit Blue Water’s portfolio.

The park has 124 seasonal sites, 138 short-term sites, and 48 vacation rentals, varying from tiny houses, cottages, and cabins. It also includes safari tents with furnishings. RV sites are nestled under oak and maple trees, accommodating RVs up to 40-feet-long.

Park amenities include two playgrounds, a dog park, a heated pool, a kiddie pool, hot tub spas, golf cart rentals, a nature trail, etc. Visitors can also visit Cape May County Zoo and the Tree to Tree Adventure Park near the area.

The resort is near golf courses, breweries, wineries and vineyards, festivals, boardwalks, museums, and lighthouses, making for an outstanding vacation destination.

Holly Shores management team looks forward to joining the Blue Water family and will continue their mission to provide a premier family experience, according to a press release.

Blue Water currently works with the local Chamber of Commerce regarding memberships with partnerships underway with local businesses to support the property and foster excellent relationships with the community.

Loyal guests can expect the same service they have grown accustomed to with other elements of the Blue Water standards, according to the press release.

“Blue Water is always looking for opportunities to evolve and provide memorable guest experiences, whether it’s in our backyard or across the country,” said Todd Burbage, Blue Water’s CEO. 

“We are thrilled to have this wonderful asset join our portfolio of elite resorts and to be part of the community in Cape May County, and for even more opportunities to provide waterfront vacation experiences for our guests.”

The property is open from April 15 to October 31. To learn more about and book reservations at Holly Shores Camping Resort, visit https://www.sunoutdoors.com/new-jersey/sun-outdoors-cape-may.


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