Glamping Tree House near Sea Isle City Beach, New Jersey
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- Private Barbecue
The tree house is also equipped with a kitchen with a three-burner stove top, a microwave, a refrigerator, a sink, a coffeemaker, a toaster, and cooking utensils. A table with five chairs ensures glampers have a comfortable area for eating, playing games, or for relaxing. There is a 19-inch flat-screen TV to keep glampers entertained should the weather take a turn for the worst.
On sunny days, glampers can relax on the outside decking, or use the fire ring and BBQ grill to cook up a delicious meal. A beautiful stretch of sandy beach can be found just meters away, and guests with children will be delighted to know that there is a playground on the campsite to keep the little ones entertained.
- Running water
- Bunk bed
- Shared Kitchen
- Game room
- Dining table
- Fire pit
- Cooking basics
- Wi-Fi/Internet additional charge
- Private Barbecue
- Laundry service
Location + Surroundings
- Amusement park
- Wine tasting
- Wildlife watching
Adventures and sports
- Water sports
- Safari/Game drive on-site
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Check-in: 3:00 p.m. early check-in allowed additional charge
Check-out: 12:00 p.m. late check-out allowed additional charge
Infants allowed Under 2 years old
Children allowed 2-12 years old
- Events allowed
Some spaces are shared
You will receive a 50% refund when you cancel at least 15 days prior to check-in.View policy details
All Cancellations will be charged the first night’s deposit.
During peak season, May 27th to September 6th, a minimum stay of three nights is required.
Additional adults are $10 per night, and children are $5, per night.