Camp Taylor

★☆☆☆☆
  • 85 Mt Pleasant Rd

    Columbia, NJ 07832

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  • 908-496-4333

About Camp Taylor

Hours
Sun 8:30am-6pm, Tue-Thu 8:30am-6pm, Mon 8:30am-5pm, Fri-Sat 8:30am-9pm
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Camp Taylor is a beautiful place, with scenic views, and great hikes. Camp sites are clean, spacious, and remote. I have stayed here 8 times, and each time we are lured in by the beauty. Then why do I give it 1 star?. The management. The first we year we went, the management went out of their way to come and say hello, see if we needed anything, tell us about available hikes, and even offered to leave a note with directions for one of our friends who was running late. Every year since then they have been losing that touch. They have started enforcing ridiculous rules about not visiting other sites, getting angry if we do not all show up on the same day, even though we pay for the extra sites the entire time. They refused to let friends come and visit that have kids to young to camp, even though they were willing to pay a visitors day fee like their web page states. They basically have ridiculous rules and fees, they lie about their policies, make up new rules after you leave, send you bills for things that were there when you arrive, enforce policy that is not written anywhere or even shared with you, lie about giving warnings stating they must have slipped through the cracks. Overall, the ?Taylors? of Camp Taylor have lost all sense of customer service, and all sense of curtsey and friendliness. This is not the family friendly campground that it used to be, nor even a place I would want to return to, which is a shame as I love the physical location. If you want a sample of this hostility, just call and try to reserve two sites over the phone, you will be read a riot act, talked down to, and treated hostilely. Do Not Go There.

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★☆☆☆☆

Camp Taylor is a beautiful place, with scenic views, and great hikes. Camp sites are clean, spacious, and remote. I have stayed here 8 times, and each time we are lured in by the beauty. Then why do I give it 1 star?. The management. The first we year we went, the management went out of their way to come and say hello, see if we needed anything, tell us about available hikes, and even offered to leave a note with directions for one of our friends who was running late. Every year since then they have been losing that touch. They have started enforcing ridiculous rules about not visiting other sites, getting angry if we do not all show up on the same day, even though we pay for the extra sites the entire time. They refused to let friends come and visit that have kids to young to camp, even though they were willing to pay a visitors day fee like their web page states. They basically have ridiculous rules and fees, they lie about their policies, make up new rules after you leave, send you bills for things that were there when you arrive, enforce policy that is not written anywhere or even shared with you, lie about giving warnings stating they must have slipped through the cracks. Overall, the ?Taylors? of Camp Taylor have lost all sense of customer service, and all sense of curtsey and friendliness. This is not the family friendly campground that it used to be, nor even a place I would want to return to, which is a shame as I love the physical location. If you want a sample of this hostility, just call and try to reserve two sites over the phone, you will be read a riot act, talked down to, and treated hostilely. Do Not Go There.

Pros: The location, nature, and pure beauty.

Cons: The management "The Taylors" , the policies, The Fines, THE LIES

 

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