This is a real "gem" of a campsite. We are a family of 5, and our grown up children were very keen to see New York. Just a $2 ride on the "Path train" to Grand central station or a $7 ferry ride (catching views of the Statue of Liberty on your way ) to the financial district. As previous reviews stated, it is an RV "parking lot" with incredibly friendly and helpful staff and security. Showers were well used but OK . Laundry was excellent with lots of new machines. Very safe campsite with a few bars/restaurants within walking distance. Long cues develop around the free dump station. Follow the directions given by the campsite, and it is no problem to drive there. You get very close to the entrance to Holland Tunnel at one point. We would definitely stay here again
By far the best site we stayed on during our trip. We were shown to our beautiful, spacious sites by a man on a golf cart. Showers and laundry were spotless. Lots going on from film nights to mini golf. Only negative was all the rules and regulations we were given on arrival.
Having read another review, I was a bit concerned about staying here, but the camp site was great. Showers/laundry was excellent, although make sure you have a lot of quarters. Wi-Fi was best obtained near the office. Our site was shady and spacious and only a few minuets walk to the bus stop for the $1 each, 15 mins bus trip into Provincetown. The buses run every 30 mins until well after midnight. We walked through to the lovely, safe beach. I would definitely recommend this site, and I would stay here again.
Very friendly and helpful staff both by email for me to book and on arrival. My 2 sons ages (21 and 22) were keen to go deep sea fishing and the staff organized it for us and ordered a taxi within minuets of us checking in. (They had a brilliant time and caught 4 large cod). It was about a £20 taxi ride into Gloucester. Our site was quite uneven leaning downhill. Only real negative is showers are in bad need of updating and are located up quite a steep slope.
We camped here for 2 nights in very hot July weather in a 32ft motorhome with a family of 5. We had a lovely spot by the boat ramp and a 2 min walk to the beach. The park is on the Salem trolley route so it is very easy to get into Salem on the trolley or by taxi (about $8). Went into Boston on the ferry returning late at night on the train from North Shore. Camp site is a level "car park" type.The water/electric hookups were great. Dump truck can be called for $30, and it came on time. Wi-Fi was OK although the best signal was found near the office. Staff were really good and very helpful. Showers/restrooms suffered a bit from having so much use and had a lot of sand of the floors.This was by far the friendliest park we stayed at with everyone congregating to watch the sun set and rise over the lighthouse. I would definitely recommend this park and would stay here again.