The best part about this campground is the location to all the beautiful spots around Cape Cod.
We arrived at the beginning of Labor Day weekend and the whole Cape was incredibly busy – from roads to sightseeing spots to restaurants and businesses.
The campground was pretty packed too, but not too backed up that we couldn’t get to our spot.
The RV spots are nice and wide and you have plenty of room for your trailer and your vehicle.
Some long term RV-ers put fences between the sites, which I liked since it makes it more intimate and not so open.
The campground had bathrooms and showers open, but no pool or laundry facility available at this time.
The laundry in town is pretty pricey and extremely busy since it’s the only one in the area for the public. We spend $23 for 3 loads of wash and 2 loads of dry.
There is a gate before you get into the campground and you get a special card with a bar code that will let you pass.
Our WiFi and AT&T coverage were pretty spotty.
Overall a nice RV campground, especially for the location to all the neat spots around Cape Cod, but probably one of the most basic ENCORE campgrounds we’ve been to, the “higher end” Thousand Trail collection of campgrounds.
Check in: 12:00 PM
Check out: 10:00 AM
No motor homes over 35ft in length
No cable TV available at this campground
Website: Old Chatham Road Campground