This campground was exactly what we were looking for during this trip. It was about a 15 minute walk from downtown Provincetown and was very affordable. We even walked into town at night to go out for a drink without problem. If you don't like to walk, there are plenty of taxi's, but I would not recommend parking your car in town as it's quite pricey ($10 to $20 per day). The campsites themselves were nice although some a bit small. The washrooms were a bit dated but worked very well and were very clean. Lots of hot water in the showers, which cost about 25 cents for 3 minutes. The staff were also very friendly, and the main office sold a variety of goods. You could buy anything from beach umbrella's to potato chips on site. They also had wireless access available for free within the vicinity of the main office only. We really enjoyed our stay here and would definitely go back again. The only 2 things I will warn you about is that you are not allowed to have camp fires, and that you should bring insect repellent as there were mosquitos. They were a small price to pay for such a great place though.
I would suggest looking at the campground map ahead of time and to try and get close to bathrooms an...
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