We recently camped at Dunes' Edge over Labor Day weekend. I should preface this review by mentioning that we ended up picking the campground after finding that accommodations in town were pretty much all booked. We are not regular campers. In fact we had to borrow a tent for the trip. That being said, I was quite happy with the campground. I personally think it is a campground for novice campers. The sites are very close together. There is running water for the bathroom and showers. I felt like both were clean. Bring quarters though because you need them for the showers. The campground is very quiet at night and everyone seemed very respectful of their neighbors (definitely a good thing since you are so close to your neighbors). The campground is very close to both the beaches and downtown. Many reviewers have written that you can (and they did) walk to both. We started out walking downtown and discovered that there are no sidewalks. Fearful of being hit in the dark we went back for our car and just drove the very short distance to downtown. The next day we opted to drive again to the beaches so that we did not have to haul all of our stuff and pay attention to traffic. Overall I would recommend this campground when visiting P-town.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Dunes’ Edge is a quiet, family campground with a quaint atmosphere, set amidst the sand dunes and pines. We offer our guests the opportunity to experience the true and lasting beauty of legendary Old Cape Cod. Dunes Edge is bordered by The Cape Cod National Seashore − within a two-mile radius, you can enjoy Cape Cod’s finest beaches for swimming, boating, sailing and fishing. Don’t have a boat of your own but want to explore the coast or local freshwater ponds? Boat rentals are available in town. ... more less
- Also Known As:
- Dunes` Edge Campground Hotel Provincetown