|In Season||Apr 15 - Oct 15, 2015||$30.00 - $47.00|
Spot was level. Checkout at 11. 4th of July weekend packed with tents. It felt like a homeless village. The shower takes quarters. No frills. Not a lot of Class A. 200 spots and many full time residents that are not glad to see travelers. We were in a 38 ft pusher. Good enough for home base to see the area.
Staff was generally friendly. However they neglected to inform us that there had been problems with local kids coming onto the grounds at night and stealing things from campers. We had a cooler stolen from right at our door step. The woman at the front office said "oh no, that's the first one this year", then showed me on a map where to look for it. She said they stopped warning people because it's been a while since it's happened. Maybe be honest with your customers or provide some type of security. Also, pictures on website are nothing close to reality. Lock your stuff up if you plan on coming here.
FHU, dirt and some grass and trees. Picnic table and fire pit. Cable TV, WiFi not great. Staff very friendly. Good location for visiting Cape Cod and Boston. Nice and quiet. There is a pond for kayaking and canoeing. No frills but met our needs and was comfortable.
Sandy Pond Campground - your peaceful and scenic hide away just minutes away from the Cape Cod Canal. All of the exciting attractions of Plymouth and Cape Cod are easily accessible. Many campers will consider Sandy Pond to be a vacation destination in itself. Your whole family will enjoy our crystal clear waters. With our sandy bottom, swimming beach, canoe rentals and 2,000 feet of shoreline, Sandy Pond offers an ideal spot for both swimming and fishing enthusiasts. In the midst of clean air and pine forest, Sandy Pond Campground has a variety of over 200 wooded and open sites to best suit your individual needs. From remote tent sites with solitude and privacy to level full-hookup sites overlooking the 2nd hole of the Atlantic Country Club.