Date of Stay:
July, 2010 -
Nice little park, not many seasonal's, at least in the section we were in. Park is directly connected to the Cape Cod Rail Trail, but the access road to bike trail and most sites of the campground, were covered in wood chips. Not mulch, but big chips that hurt your feet to walk on without shoes. Very friendly staff, and a full staff to insure that the bathrooms, store, common area, laundry, game room and showers were spotless! Awesome outside showers as well. Playground was small, but my son had a blast riding his bike around the dirt roads with the other children here. We camped in a 30 foot travel trailer, and were able to pull in and depart with ease. Most sites that we saw were pull through, although hookups were in an awkward position, more towards the back of the site so my trailer sat almost in the road. My site wasn't too wide, but we always had friendly neighbors, so we never really noticed. Since the park is located directly on the North bound side of route 6, only right hand turns on to route 6 were allowed. Leaving the park required about a mile ride down the road to a side street to turn around safely. I was told police will ticket for left hand turns. We will definitely camp here again. The Eastham/Wellfleet beaches are just amazing. We camped at Atlantic Oaks Campground in a Travel Trailer.
Date of Stay:
June, 2010 -
Staff was super friendly and always offered candy/treats to my son and I every time we visited the check in booth. This campground is great for tent camping. We did see some smaller trailers and tent trailers, but you'd have to go self contained. Plenty of water spigots around the campground, and a dump station so I would definitely try my trailer here if it wasn't 30 feet long. Nice little camp store, but little. Had most necessities though. Tough location for bikes, but most Cape drivers respect bicyclists during the peak season. Good ice cream, beaches, and restaurants close by. We camped at Shawme-Crowell State Park in a Tent.
Date of Stay:
May, 2006 -
The showers and bathrooms were very clean in my area since most other campers used their own facilities in the trailer. Great place to camp with children. The maximum depth of the pool was 3'6", and the small water park was a hit with my toddler. The shallow end of the pool starts at 1' deep. Nice mini golf area that never seemed to be busy, even on Memorial Day Weekend. Mini golf was free for my three year old. We also rented a square stern canoe ($10/hr) that was very stable for the little guy. The bait shop rented toddler sized fishing poles ($5/2 hrs) and sold crawlers which were used to take advantage of the fishing areas from shore. We stayed at site 123 (with W/S/E) which was on the main road, but very large and right across from the pool, arcade, mini golf, volleyball, basketball, and tennis courts, horseshoe pits and adult lounge. I had no problem backing in my 29' trailer due to the fact that there was no site across from it. We camped at Pine Acres Family Camping Resort in a Travel Trailer.