Public Camping at Sandy Hook
Sandy Hook Camping Returns in Summer 2021
Starting May 10 at 10:00 a.m., campsite reservations will be available through www.recreation.gov. The campground will operate with a reduced capacity for safety considerations and some campsites will be unavailable this season.
Rates do not include beach parking and Beach Parking Passes must be purchased separetely upon entering the park.
Length of Stay: Visitors can only camp for 14 days or less.
Size limits: Up to six people may camp at a single site. Larger families and groups will need to reserve multiple camp sites. Only two tents or one tent and one screen shelter are permitted per site.
What to bring: You must bring your own tent and sleeping bags. You should also bring food, matches, sunscreen, toiletries, insect repellant and a bucket.
Amenities: Camp sites are primitive. Each has a picnic table, a grill and a fire ring. (See Campground Rules and Regulations for pointers on fire safety.) Restrooms are nearby. Water faucets are nearby.
Access to Public Transportation: The Seastreak Ferry from Manhattan to Sandy Hook is available during peak months. Buses will bring campers to the campground.
Camping Rules and Regulations
Last updated: May 18, 2021