September 26, 2022 - reviewed by FLB
The price is outrageous unless you’re from New England states. They said the increase was due to Covid hoping it would reduce the out-of-state people. But they never reduce the price. The lady on the phone was very nice and recommended a private campground nearby . Also they use reserve America oh and require reservations only. The woman from reserve America was very nice however I do not like using reservation services.
August 20, 2019 - reviewed by Darby
Nice, but $$$ for dry camping
Beautiful area, lots of great things to do, but what's listed for $ , and what you ACTUALLY pay are Extremely different!
It states 15$ for out of state camper.. more like $40 per night.. and for no electric sites..... but, its the Cape.
June 30, 2019 - reviewed by Vandifference
Massive park with great location!!
At 1,900 acres, this is one of the largest state parks we have ever seen. With a park that size, one would expect the sites to be a little more private. The sites are a mixed bag in terms of levelness, and all could use a little love. The paved trail system inside the park is outstanding, and the ponds are a great resource (we wished we had our SUP’s with us). The mountain bike trail system is very average, but certainly worthwhile for a quick spin. Check-in process and the staffs friendliness could use a little work. Bathrooms and showers could use some updating, but we found them to be very clean. Close to beaches and to Chatham. For a site without services we found the OOS fee to be a little steep. We would go back, but during a less busy time.
May 28, 2019 - reviewed by Dave
Nice Campground, I'd Come Again
RV dump is clean but weird. Put you hose thru a side door flap. Maybe it's a Massachusetts thing. Out of state price is pretty high for dry camping. Beautiful wooded lots and bike trails. Hilly. The railtrail is fantastic. World class. If you're planning to ride the rail trail, camp close to the group 1loop. From group 6 loop, it's a 3 mile hilly bike ride to the rail trail.
May 21, 2019 - reviewed by AXION RV
Great Place For Boondocking
May not have hookups but great place for boondocking near the water with nearby activities on the Cape. Lots of well marked hiking trails and ponds to go kayaking. My dog and I are loving it here
June 22, 2018 - reviewed by Namaste
Bait & Switch
Listed at $22/night, yea for mass residents! $40 for everyone else, for a non-electric site, welcome to the Cape!!