About This Campground
Established in the late 1940's STA was a vision of naturally like individuals who enjoyed the freedom to be nude and the beauty now known as Sandy Terraces, a co-operative association of Family and Friends who value the beauty of nature. Being naturally at peace with our members and visitors, we…
Established in the late 1940's STA was a vision of naturally like individuals who enjoyed the freedom to be nude and the beauty now known as Sandy Terraces, a co-operative association of Family and Friends who value the beauty of nature. Being naturally at peace with our members and visitors, we all enjoy a peaceful serene atmosphere to practice nudism. We swim, canoe, sunbathe, meditate, laugh, console, read a good book, always making time for great food and fellowship, and enjoy the pristine surroundings with like human beings, naturally. Sorry we do not accept credit cards.
Often the best times are spent meandering our terraced trails that wander through an enchanted like forest passing permanent member sites that bring out the individual. On a Saturday evening a large happy group preparing for an impromptu dinner or a group activity that is hosted at our pavilion, the smell of local hardwood leading a path to our wood heated sauna which overlooks the beautiful clear pond that is framed by the forest and terraced surroundings above. You will always hear the sounds of enjoyment, laughter, and the silence of the evening. Whether it is the sights, the smells, or the sounds of Sandy Terraces, you will always absorb the simplicity of Nature.
We do not have any food service on site, we do have water and canned soft drinks available, and there are several local delivery restaurants nearby, menus are available in the office.
- ADA Access
- Firewood Available
- Drinking Water
- Sanitary Dump
- Drive InPark next to your campsite
Sandy Terraces is located in Massachusetts
(From the Saqamore Bridge) Follow Mid-Cape Highway (RTE 6) and take Exit 3 and turn right onto Quaker Meeting House Rd. and follow to the first set of traffic lights and take a left onto Cotuit Road. Follow and you pass Peter Pond and a cranberry bog on your right and take a left onto Asa Meiggs Road-the second left after the bog, and follow for 1.1 miles. There will be a Small Wooden Sign reading Sandy Terraces and a mailbox on the left reading 570. Turn left onto a short dirt road pull to the gate, on the left will be a buzzer and "Ring only once" and wait for assistance. Welcome to Sandy Terraces. (From Hyannis) Take RTE 28 towards Falmouth to Santuit/Newtown Road. Turn right onto Santuit/Newtown Road and follow to Wakeby Road (4-Way Stop). Turn left onto Wakeby Road and 1500 feet to Mailbox 570 and Small Wooden Sign "Sandy Terraces" and turn right onto short dirt road. Pull to gate and on the left will be a buzzer. Please Ring Buzzer Only Once! and wait for assistance. Welcome to Sandy Terraces!