Date of Stay: July, 2011
This is a nice park. Upon arrival we were met by a friendly staff who let us rinse some of the road grime off our car and led us to our site. When they saw the size of our combined unit the changed our site to accommodate. The site were advertised as "satellite friendly" we could get no signal on our king dome and judging from all the raised antennae at sites around us no others were getting signal. There is no cable available at this KOA. We also noticed that there were no "planned activities" which is odd for a KOA. This is also the most expensive campground that we have stayed at. This campground looks "old" and is very basic, the sites are nice but could use better upkeep (sewer connection was open with no cover and cracked, picnic table was a hazard as it almost tipped over several times, and we had to "borrow" a fire ring from another site) I give this KOA a 7 based on the staff, it lost points due to price, satellite reception, and site condition. We would most likely not camp here again
Date of Stay: June, 2011
This is a beautiful, well maintained park with easy access to all the Well area attractions and a shuttle stop right at the entrance. There is easy access off of route 1. The roads are paved and wide. The pull through sites are nice but a little tight; with a mostly level gravel pad and a carpeted patio area with picnic table and also a grass area with in ground fire ring. The staff and all guests we met were all friendly. While they do allow pets there is no designated dog walk area. I would camp here again.
Date of Stay: May, 2011
Good campground in a great section of Cape Cod. Easy entry and exit with separate check in lane, wide roads with no tight areas. Pull thru site was mostly level and the RV pad area was gravel, packed sand, and tall grass. Very pet friendly with large dog walk areas stocked with bags and waste barrel. Only complaint is for a campground in the heart of Lyme disease country they should treat for ticks or at least trim the grass in the pet areas and camping sites. We had to pick ticks off our dogs and ourselves several times.