Date of Stay: May, 2015
Clean park and kept up very well. It has seasonals and that scares us away from some parks but these were clean and well kept. Not a bunch of bling on display. The site we had was tight to back in with the trees and obstacles. I was alone at the time so a nice challenge. Nice set up for kids with a playground and hay ride. Water pressure was low during our stay.
Date of Stay: August, 2014
Great campground. We were at site 110 on Labor Day weekend. It is right at the boat ramp so there was constant activity. Early morning wakes up with boats backing in and the fishermen shouting directions. The camp itself is great. This was our third trip here.
Date of Stay: June, 2012
The sites in this park are close but separated well with trees and brush. Big rigs can get around but must back in around the trees. We stayed across from the pool. I must say that watching the daily cleaning of the pool and area I was impressed. The staff were very nice. Internet had several hot spots but they seemed to loose connections several times during our stay. The office reset the modem at one point and thing were fine. Very close to the rail to Boston.
Date of Stay: September, 2011
This is a great state park. Very clean and lots to do in the area. We arrived after dark and had a reservation for site 39. There is no way we were going to get our rig to or on that site. We managed to find site D empty and spent the week end there. Reserve America should update there site listings. We will return now that we know the lay of the land. Staff was great and helpful in re assigning our site.
Date of Stay: August, 2011
This is a well kept family campground. The sites are cleaned and raked prior to your stay. Lots of activities for the kids. Our site had very good wooded spacing. Some others were closer. The negative is Rt 118 splits the campground. This required us to cross over to get to many of the activities and facilities. Not the safest situation for children.
Date of Stay: July, 2011
The staff at this campground was great. When we arrived we were escorted to our site. The person who escorted us could not have been more helpful. The site was much too small for our rig and the staff member quickly radioed and put us on a site that we fit fine. We were told when we reserved we would need a 25ft sewer hose. I bought an extension. Al we needed was a 5 ft hose on either site. The seasonal campers were a huge draw back. The site next to us was a junk yard. Discarded gas grills and junk laying around. The other sites near by were not well kept and trashy campers. It could be a nice campground if they would force some campers to clean up there junk. They should consider an area for weekenders away from the trash sites. We will not return to this campground.
Date of Stay: April, 2011
We camped at this location early in the season. Not much activity at the campground for the time of year. Sites were clean and had very nice, natural fire pits. This is in a great location close to bike trails and most of the Cape activities.
Date of Stay: May, 2010
We live in Massachusetts and this is the first time staying in this area. We were very happy with the campgrounds. This is on a nice clean ocean beach. I enjoy fishing and this was a great area for saltwater fishing and recreation. The sites were very clean and well laid out, level. Each had a fire pit and cooking stand. We plan on returning this summer and have reserved a few weekends.