Great campgrounds and state parks welcome you to Cape Cod

Among the choices of Cape Cod lodgings and accommodations are public and private campgrounds. Campgrounds are operated at state forests and state parks on Cape Cod, including Nickerson State Park, Scusset Beach State Reservation, and Shawme-Crowell State Forest. Many private campgrounds also operate in Cape Cod, placing visitors close to the towns of Falmouth, Hyannis, and Provincetown. A stay at a Cape Cod campground is a wonderful and inexpensive outdoor vacation for children and families, and people who love the beach, fishing, swimming, boating, and hiking.
Campsite - Nickerson State Park - Brewster, MA - Photo Credit Brian Vasa
Nickerson State Park

3488 Main Street - Route 6A Brewster, MA, 02631 Phone: 508-896-3491

Inland park offers lots of camping; fresh water swimming, fishing and paddling; hiking and biking

This is a large camping park is in the inland pine woods of Cape Cod. Four hundred camp sites include yurt camping. Easy walk or bike ride to Cape Cod Bay. Also: catch-and-release fishing, hiking, biking, swimming, paddling, and ranger-led programming. - Trail Map (PDF)
Shawme-Crowell State Forest

Route 130 Sandwich, MA, 02563 Phone: 508-888-0351

This quiet year-round campground onn Cape Cod has more than 285 sites in a wooded setting. More than 15 miles of roads and trails provide hiking and horseback riding access to more than 700 acres. Camping fee includes parking at the beach at Scusset State Reservation. Camping season is mid-April through mid-October. Amenities include restrooms, interpretive programs, picnicking, showers, trailer and RV dumping. Off-season camping is available Thursday, Friday and Saturday nights.