Old Chatham Road RV Resort offers luxurious campsites situated on 55 wooded acres in the heart of Cape Cod. This coastal RV resort in Massachusetts is located approximately two miles from both the Atlantic Ocean and the Bay in the quaint town of South Dennis; home to some of the most beautiful beaches around. Chatham Road is the RV resort that capitalizes in Massachusetts leisure and lifestyle.
When you're not enjoying the local beaches or Cape Cod cuisine, Old Chatham Road RV Resort has plenty of other things for you to do. Our spacious campsites have water, sewer and electric hookups, and with lots of activities and amenities, we have something for everyone at our RV resort in Massachusetts.
At Old Chatham Road, our RV resort is only fifteen minutes from picturesque Chatham, twenty minutes from Hyannis, and the Woods Hole Ferry is just an hour away, making us the perfect home base for day trips to Martha's Vineyard. Come discover what sets our RV resort in Massachusetts apart from other campgrounds and why generations of families have called Old Chatham Road RV Resort their Cape Cod Summer Home for more than 30 years! East Coast RV Resort in Massachusetts Whether you're planning a retreat for the whole family, a group of friends or a getaway for two, there's no shortage of unique activities to explore at Old Chatham Road RV Campground. Plan activities upon arrival or visit this page before your departure to plan ahead. Looking for more? Our friendly staff can fill you in on all of the great ways to make your stay a memorable experience.
Having a Thousand Trails membership I tried every single campground that’s included in the Northeast and this is the nicest one. It’s really quiet (which I appreciate immensely) with the exception of daily leaf blowers. The upside of that annoying noise is of course that the campground looks organized and clean. There is a huge area of walking and bike paths adjacent to the campground (enter next to the blue bathhouse on A road.) the woman at the check in was very nice and helpful. That being said it is still more of a mobile home park, just like all the other TT campgrounds. I was here early in the season (May) and again late in the season (October). Not sure how crazy it gets in July and August. I was pleasantly surprised that they put brand new picnic tables on all the transient sites. Big improvement! AT&T hotspot worked well even for zoom calls. Verizon on my phone a bit weak. Camp link Wifi costs extra but actually works well! So it’s worth the cost, if you don’t have any other options.
Lots of nice locals in this park. We are staying here for two weeks. The sites are a little tight to maneuver if you have a large rig. They have a nice pool and playground area for the kids. The staff are friendly and ready to help. Site has FHU, 50 amp.