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The campground was easy to find and drive around in. Clean level campsite with hard sand base. Very friendly staff. Close to all the towns for activities, beaches, and dining. Bus stop right at front of campground. Very reasonable price for being able to stay on Martha’s Vineyard. Easy booking…
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When camping on Cape Cod there are limited options. Nickerson State Park in Brewster, MA is a nice, clean dry campground. $40 a night and clean shorts and bathrooms. Close to bike trails.
Myles Standish has a little bit of everything: hikes, swimming and easy access from Boston area. Depending on the time of year other campers can be loud. Great swimming spot for the family.
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Beautiful Campground God has many trails to wake as well as a few places to swim. Great place to get away for a little while.
Campground is nice, beautiful ponds and hiking trails. I wish the park rangers would enforce the leash rules a little bit better.
This campsite loop at Myles Standish State Forest is closest to the headquarters and borders a small pond with beach. In addition to tent/RV sites, there are 3 yurts available with bunks. Sites that appear to be near the pond are pond view rather than pondside. Approaches to Yurt JC and J5, J 26,…
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Great place to spend a summer vacation. This state park is an oasis in the middle of a busy tourist destination. The sites are large, although no hook ups. Lots of programs for kids. Miles of bike paths that connect to many towns on Cape Cod. Beautiful beaches are just down the road from the…
Nice spot right over the Cape Cod Canal. Spent many summers here as a kid and was fun to return with my family. We did tent camping here and didn't really explore the grounds. But, our spot was nice. I could hear the cars on the highway off in the distance (hardly).
This state forest campground is located just over the Sagamore bridge, across the Cape Cod canal. It's a basic, no-frills campground, with more than half the sites designated as tent only; a few of the sites are designated for tent/pop-up. The tent sites tend to be on short spurs that may be hilly…
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We stayed here for a season and loved it! The staff from the front desk to the front gate are incredibly friendly and welcoming!
Front office is open late (9pm)
Offers wood, ice, fire starters, hoses and adapter cap for gray water drain.
Amazing views of…
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The campsites were a little small and close together. Where we were it was close to the bridge and the traffic was loud all night. Other than that it was nice because where we were was close to the canal. Just wished the price was a little better. I felt that the sites really didn’t justify the…
Water and 30/50 amp. Beach/swimming area. Bath houses were clean. Huge, modern playground.
We stayed here back in 2019 and had a nice experience. I'd totally recommend for family outdoors fun.
Good value for the money. Could hear the traffic on rte 3 in the background at night. No electricity on sites. Good for a couple of nights, but wouldn't want to stay longer than that.
But, sites are way to close together. Felt like I was camping with the people on the next site.