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Date of Stay: July, 2014 - $52.00
Good Sam rate. Pond with beach and inflatable island and pool with corkscrew slide and fountain for family fun. Basic site was on small side. This park has a lot of history (not all good) and it shows in the community feel of it. The current owners have restored the confidence of the many seasonal residents here and sites can be hard to get. Plan well ahead if you want to stay at this resort. Limited laundry facility and bath and shower rooms can be a bit of a walk but they are cleaned at least once a day. Some recreation options for older kids near the front of the park. Spent one rainy day with no cable TV or Internet. I hope they can fix the reliability of these amenities. We camped at Peters Pond Park in a Fifth Wheel.Undo
Date of Stay: October, 2013 - $47.00
Nice sized, level sites with full hook-ups. Cable was 40+ channels but poor quality picture. Park is mostly permanent units and well maintained with a few RV sites. This is a nice RV park, but certainly not a top end "RESORT". We camped at Peters Pond Park in a Motorhome.Undo
Date of Stay: July, 2013 - $50.00
What a beautiful and ultra clean campground! Not even a cigarette butt on the ground. Other than the wi-fi not working in the snack bar area by the pond (which was very inconvenient), it was a very pleasant and memorable stay. The range for wifi needs major improvement as it is advertised to be more widespread than it actually is. The water was crystal clear and felt like bath water. You could actually see your feet when neck deep in water. I never wanted to leave. I only wish we had more time to spend here. We will definitely be back. We camped at Peters Pond Park in a Tent Trailer.Undo
Date of Stay: August, 2012 - $65.00
Large campground. Many 'permanent' units, and we were 'tucked' in among them. Price was premium, but the site didn't warrant it, although the proximity to the pond was the claim for the premium. A bit noisy. Workers were not familiar with nearby amenities, although the info we obtained prior indicated things like hiking trails. Pool was new, recreation was appropriate. We camped at Peters Pond Park in a Motorhome.Undo
Date of Stay: July, 2012 - $50.00
Wow, this park is huge. We felt a bit lost among many seasonals though we did enjoy the amenities this provided. Excellent pool. The kids loved it. Glad we brought bikes though our little ones couldn't handle the steep down or up hills. Clean bathrooms and showers. Easy location. Will return. We camped at Peters Pond Park in a Motorhome.Undo
Date of Stay: August, 2011 - $50.00
Wonderful park in a great location on the Cape. Lots of activities for children, Nice clear lake for swimming and boating. Would highly recommend. We camped at Peters Pond Park in a Travel Trailer.Undo
Date of Stay: July, 2010 - $56.00
This was the most expensive park we've stayed at all summer, and the worse for RV travelers in my book. We love to fish, but it was far from convenient. No parking at the ramp, which meant, you had to drive your boat there, unhook, take your car back to your site, walk back to ramp, then go fishing. When done, walk back to your site, get your vehicle, hook up, then drive back to your site. Every time. Since the whole campground is basically seasonal, they really don't care about RVers. We would never go back to this place again. We're full timers and learned a great lesson from this so-called RV RESORT. Seasonal people there are unfriendly to RVers. Also, the beach is a joke. You must also tote all your stuff there because there's no parking. Most RV sites are very far from the beach or boat ramps. I'd never go to another Morgan property either. Save your money. We camped at Peters Pond Park in a Motorhome.Undo
Date of Stay: June, 2010 - $45.00
Stayed Tueday and Wendnesday. Good spot to see the Cape Cod Canal and Sandwich area.Campground Roads all Macadam, clearly marked. Transient Sites are mixed between the seasonals. Sites were sand and pine needle pads. Sand got tracked into RV easily with the kids. Hookups worked with no issues. Seemed there were few shower-houses for the amount of sites, but never had to wait. Looks like sometimes you have to pay for showers, paper signs were up to put in quarters (slowly), but I didn't need to. Each shower was it's own room. Laundry area equipment was not all functioning, some washers/dryers were not operating. Store was sparse on goods. Next time, may try further up the Cape. We camped at Peters Pond Park in a Motorhome.Undo
Date of Stay: October, 2009 - $90.00
We found the staff to be friendly but not very happy. We assume it is due to management. We stayed here in prior years and find that the resort is definitely not up to the standards of just a couple years ago. Will not be returning. We camped at Peters Pond Park in a Motorhome.Undo
Date of Stay: September, 2009 - $39.00
This was an OK campground. Mostly seasonal campers and they get all the nicer sites. On check in we were given 2 pages of rules for "itinerant" campers including a release for any photos taken which include us. It was insulting. This list of what not to put into the dumpster was ridiculously long. Our site was deep and very wooded with a sand and gravel pad. The Wi-Fi was only available near the store in a small room furnished with junky chairs and tables. There are several laundry rooms. The one I used had 8 washers, 6 were out of order. The room was grungy and had no space for folding and the change machine was out of order. This staff were friendly and helpful but clearly were primarily concerned with the seasonal campers. We camped at Peters Pond Park in a Fifth Wheel.Undo
Date of Stay: September, 2009 - $20.00
Beautiful campground! It was very clean, even the seasonal sites. In some campgrounds the seasonal sites are not that well kept. The employees were very nice and helpful. We had a nice big site right on the lake. They were running a special of $19.99 per night. What a great deal! The central location of the campground was good too. We visited the Cape Cod National Seashore and Plymouth. We would definitely come back again. We camped at Peters Pond Park in a Travel Trailer.Undo
Date of Stay: August, 2009 - $60.00
First of all, if you want a fire, forget it. You have to rent a propane "fireplace" because there is an ordinance against open fires; we were not told this when we checked in. The site we were given was terrible; it was all sandy with twigs and leaves on the site; it didn't look like the site had been cleaned in a while. We had our dog with us and the people across from us had a little yippy dog and a daughter that found great amusement in walking her little yippy dog back and forth to get our dog all cranked up. There is not a lot to do activity wise on the campground and where we were put was quite a hike to the lake. Overall we were not happy with our experience and would not stay here again. We camped at Peters Pond Park in a Travel Trailer.Undo
Date of Stay: September, 2008 - $55.00
Mixed feelings. We have been going to this park for several years and two years ago it changed ownership from a family run campground to Morgan RV Resorts.We have not been happy with the type of sites they have tried to put us on in the last two years when we had requested another area altogether. This last time we were to go into the new premimum area that was made from the old tent sites that have been eliminated. we were told last minute that our site would be changed because these sites are now for park models only, even though most are not ocupied at this time. Looks like this park is going more toward seasonal and park models and away from the Transient trade. The sites they tried to put as on had low hanging branches that rubbed the roof of our RV. Most trees need trimming in this park. Sorry to see them go this way because they are about the best on the Cape from the others we have visited. most of the others cater to seasonals more than the Transient Camper also. We camped at Peters Pond Park in a Fifth Wheel.Undo
Date of Stay: May, 2008 - $50.00
We camped at the brand new sites . They are the place to be . Hopefully the new sites will stay available for transient customers rather instead of becoming park model sites . Many ,many sites have turned park model. This campground is just over the bridge two highways exits into Cape Cod . The location minimizes the legendary traffic jams into and out of Cape Cod. Campfires are not permitted by County regulations We camped at Peters Pond Park in a Motorhome.Undo
Date of Stay: August, 2007 - $55.00
Overall facility is nice and clean. Beaches are small but nice and well kept. Definitely a trend toward seasonal campers. A lot of seasonal campers currently. Easy to get to location. We camped at Peters Pond Park in a Fifth Wheel.Undo
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