This is about as good as they get. Clean, friendly, the owners put a lot of work in making this a top notch park. Good WI-FI dry split campfire wood available for $4.00 per fire, help yourself from the woodpile. Level sites, bird feeders spread around. Great for an overnight and if you could find something to do even more! We usually stay in Provincial Parks but had to do laundry so needed 30A and sewer. I'm glad we picked this place.
Only had one night off and wanted to get away. Called at the last minute and they had one site left if I wanted it. Was very pleased with the spot "DC" on the map and at the very end of a road near the pavilion. We had a 50A service water and sewer a good level spot, fire ring and picnic table. The only downside was due to trees we could not get a satellite signal and the over the air reception was only three stations two of which were PBS. Mostly seasonal sites I'd say 70% or more but all nicely kept. I will be back since it is a good one night stand near home and did I mention checkout time is 5 PM.
This is an old family run campground since 1958. It is located just off Rt 124 in Brewster. The campsites a large, level wooded sites that have nice separation and growth between them. Each has a table and fire ring and in the "C" area where I stayed we had Electric, Water, Cable TV and a dry well for gray water. It was opening weekend so we had the place to ourselves. Good location mid Cape.
Stay here quite often and have taken advantage of the State Boat Ramp on site. Use is included in your camping fee and there is an excellent ramp/float setup that makes launching and retrieving even the biggest boat an easy task. Parking at the ramp is tight but we have always taken the trailer back to the campsite. Dogs are allowed on a leash on the riverside beach but not the ocean. The seals early in the season are fun to watch.