Very nice campground with woody shaded sites. Bathrooms and showers were clean. However, they are only in one location which is a little inconvenient for some of the campsites. The camp is a very nice location to either kick back and relax or use a base to go site seeing in Boston and surrounding areas. Access to Boston was fairly easy either by driving or by taking the subway from a stop that was located not too far away.
More of an RV Park than a campground. Most sites were seasonal and most of these had park mobile homes or permanently placed trailers. Only 33 out of over 200 sites are open to visitors. On one hand you feel a little bit like an outsider but there was almost no waiting at the bathrooms and showers since most people had their own. Bathrooms and showers were fine. Inside showers were metered and open roof outside showers were free. A business office with internet hookup was available. The campground does have a private beach area on Nantucket Sound which is the reason we picked this campground. It was a short walk (about 5-10 min depending on kids & how much stuff we took) from our campsite to the beach. They did have a shuttle (kind of like a golf cart with 3 rows of seats) that ran back and forth if you felt like waiting for it. However, the beach was quite small and crowded especially on the weekend. This section of the Cape has small chunks of private beach side by side each other separated by fences and breakers. In retrospect, I would rather have stayed closer to the National Seashore or other better beaches. The minor hassle associated with a brief drive to the beach would have more than been offset by the nicer beaches elsewhere on the Cape.