Blue Water assumes management of Cape May property | News

Property developer adds Holly Shores Camping Resort to portfolio in partnership with Sun Outdoors

OCEAN CITY, Maryland, April 20, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — blue waterone of the leading outdoor accommodation specialists, is pleased to announce that it has recently taken over the management of the best Campsite Holly Shores in partnership with sun outside. Located four miles from wild forest and Cape May beaches, this resort is the perfect place for campers looking for a coastline New Jersey retreat. As part of Sun Outdoors’ recent renaming, the resort recently changed its name to Sun Outdoors Cape May.

“We are delighted to have this wonderful asset join our portfolio” – Todd BurbageCEO of Blue Water

Encompassing 38 wooded acres in Cape May Countythe property offers an all-inclusive resort experience with glamping tents and vacation rental dealsmaking it a perfect fit with the rest of Blue Water wallet. The park currently has 124 seasonal sites, 138 short-term sites, and 48 vacation rentals where guests can choose from a variety of cottages, cabins, and cabins. The location also includes safari tents equipped with furnishings for a pleasant and comfortable stay. RV sites are nestled among oaks and maples and can accommodate RVs up to 40 feet in length.

Approvals at the property include two playgrounds, a dog park, a heated swimming pool, a children’s pool, hot tubs, golf cart rentals, a nature trail and much more for the enjoyment of the whole family. The surrounding area is also home to the Cape May County Zoo and the Tree to Tree Adventure Park. The resort is also close to golf courses, breweries, wineries and vineyards, festivals, boardwalks, museums and lighthouses, making it an exceptional vacation destination.

The Holly Shores management team looks forward to joining the Blue Water family and continuing its mission to provide a premier family experience. Blue Water is currently working with the local Chamber of Commerce regarding membership and has ongoing partnerships with local businesses to help support the property and foster great community relations for years to come. Returning visitors can expect the same exceptional service they are used to, elevated to Blue Water standard.

“Blue Water is always looking for opportunities to grow and deliver memorable experiences for our customers, whether in our backyard or across the country,” said Todd Burbage, CEO of Blue Water. “We are delighted to have this wonderful asset join our portfolio of elite resorts and to be part of the community of Cape May Countyand for even more opportunities to deliver waterfront vacation experiences to our guests.”

The establishment is open from April 15 to October 31. To learn more and book at Holly Shores Camping Resort, visit

About Blue Water:

Founded in 2002, Blue Water specializes in the investment, development and management of resorts, campgrounds, hotels and RV attractions. Blue Water’s integrated approach to marketing, revenue management and operations has quickly established itself as a leader in the hospitality industry. With dozens of resort properties in the East Coast states of Maine for Floridaand new additions to the west in Texas, Montanaand Oregon, the Blue Water family is committed to creating elite assets, delivering exceptional guest experiences and improving the communities we serve. To learn more, visit

About Sun Outdoor:

Sun Outdoors is a leader in outdoor hospitality and is committed to fulfilling its mission to provide guests with exceptional and transformative outdoor experiences. With over 250 locations across the United States and Ontario, Canada, Sun Outdoors offers guests multiple ways to stay: from RV sites to vacation rentals, from tent camping to glamping, whether they’re staying for a weekend, a season or longer. To visit to learn more.

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SOURCE Blue Water Development

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