My wife, 2 dogs and I recently camped at Adventure Bound Campground in N. Truro Ma (Aug 16 -17, 2013). I read the other recent reviews and was rather hesitant to book here. We are so happy that we went through with our plans. The place does have a few cons, but let me start with the pros. As I mentioned, we travel with 2 dogs; their safety and comfort are a top priority for us. The campground is very pet friendly! Many folks had their dogs with them (big and small) but amazingly, their were no messes or odor, nor did we hear much barking. There are a couple of poop bag stations with trash bins. There is also a great enclosed doggy play area (pretty good size) where dogs can play off leash. The best part is the wonderful beach path that winds through a scrub pine forest. What a great trail for the dogs and the best thing is that it brings you out to an absolutely gorgeous beach (dogs are allowed in the unprotected areas of the beach). We had a great time swimming with the dogs and walking the beach. Another big plus is a shuttle bus($2.00 per person each way/day pass $6.00) that leaves from the front entrance of the campground every half hour and arrives in downtown Provincetown in 20 mins. What could be easier! It's a great idea if you want to party in town or avoid the expensive and limited parking, however it runs only until Sept. 2nd. The campground was just about full, but even so it was very quiet at night (after 9 or 10pm). I guess one of the cons is having to pay for a fire ring. They really should provide them for free and charge only for wood. The sites are tight. We have a 22ft travel trailer and it was a bit small even for us. We showered in the trailer, so I cannot say whether or not the showers were hot, although I did here someone complaining about them being cold. I do not feel that the cost ($46 water/electric/cable) is too much, since the campground is so close to the beach and Provincetown and this is a very pricey area in season to begin with. Try comparing a motel or cottage We did not have children with us, but the kids that we did see seem to be enjoying themselves and were not loud or bothersome at all. It would be nice if they eliminated a few sites and made the remaining sites bigger, but I suppose as many folks could not be accommodated. Folks were stacked pretty close together. On most sites, someone will be rather close on all 4 sides, so plan on a real community feeling! We would have liked a little more room and some more vegetation between sites. If you have a big rig, good luck getting it in a site here, although there are a number of elaborately outfitted large campers on the seasonal sites, some complete with wonderful fountains, gardens, etc. Most appeared to be back in only. Their sister campground(Hortons) around the corner may be a bit more big rig friendly, and appeared to have larger sites when we passed through for a peek.The shuttle bus also stops there, and staying at either campground entitles you to use the facilities at the other. The campground staff were very friendly and helpful. My wife and I enjoyed the laid back atmosphere. There isn't a long list of rules, just basic common sense and everyone seems to get along just fine. We will be back again soon!
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