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August 31- September 4, 2015
We stayed here for four nights after leaving Boston and wanting to explore Cape Cod. Overall we would say the experience was average. The directions to the park were dead on, so follow them exactly. Check in was an easy process and getting to the site was as well. The site was huge! We could have easily fit another unit behind us with room to spare. We didn't need to use any leveling blocks and hookups were ideal for our fifth wheel, although the sewer was not quite level and I needed to walk the hose to drain it. There is no cable or wifi, but we picked up all the local channels needed over our antenna and Verizon hotspot had solid coverage. The mini mart is very limited in what it carries and the closest Walmart, which is also recommended by the campground, is not a Super Walmart and does not have everything you're looking for. We went to the Inn to use the free laundry, but there is only one washer and one dryer and the couple that was using it when we arrived said they had been there almost an hour and the washer still hadn't finished, so we didn't bother returning. If you love Cape Cod and don't mind a nearly two hour drive to Provincetown, if that's where you're headed, then this park is for you. Compared to everything else in Cape Cod it is a deal, but we did not care for what it had to offer and have no intention of returning to Cape Cod. We can find beaches anywhere. We were told by the manager they plan on expanding the number of sites, but that seems quite a ways down the road.