For my partner and I this was our second stay at Dunes Edge and both trips have been wonderful. This is a very quiet and well kept campground. It is VERY close to downtown Provincetown. We typically bike, but it is also a short and easy walk. The Cape Cod National Seashore Park Visitors Center and Herring Cove Beach are a bit farther, and I would recommend biking only. The camp staff is very helpful and will assist in scheduling whale watching tours with the local guides. They are very knowledgeable on other tourist activities as well. There is a small camp store available. They also have a dishwashing station located at the bathrooms. This was a fantastic feature that we have not found at other parks. We also appreciated that recycling is available and very encouraged. This campground is highly recommended for everyone and anyone!!
This is a wonderful campground. The sites are truly large, as advertised on the Mohican Wilderness website. The facilities are very well kept. There is so much to do at this park including canoeing and horseback riding. There is also a Nature Center, Blacksmith doing demonstrations, game room, and a Craft Center located next to the main store area. My child really enjoyed all of these amenities, especially the crafts! There is also an area known as Kenhurst which has many building modeled after life in the 1800's. We were not able to attend Kenhurst, but will on our next trip. I will definitely return and bring my Girl Scout Troop!
This is the worst campground I have ever stayed at. There are only primitive facilities available, and these outhouses are filthy! There are no glass bottles allowed at this park and they will search your car and cooler when you arrive. There is trash all over the sites. The other campers are rude and permitted to do whatever they want. Most did not sleep and partied very loudly all night. Many did not purchase firewood, but chose to tear down branches and knock over saplings in our campsite in the middle of the night. We were not able to sleep at all due to the screaming and loud music. The staff did warn us about the more "wild kids," and we did attempt to camp as far away as possible. It did not matter. Thank goodness they don't allow glass bottles. I would never bring a child to this campground and will never be returning myself. The kind of people that this campground attracts have ruined the nearby and beautiful Nelson Kennedy Ledges State Park.
We had a wonderful time at Kickapoo State Park. It is located very close to Kickapoo Landing, where they have canoe, kayak, and tubing rentals for use on the Vermilion River. While the river water was low, (as it usually is in mid summer) we still had a great time kayking the flat water. The prices are very reasonable for camping, as it is $15 for electric hook up, and $10 for primitive. The bathrooms were exceptionally clean, and the grounds are very well kept. It is a quiet and beautiful location to which we will definitely return!