We stayed at Cape Cod Campresort in one of their rental cabins. Had a great time. Three swimming pools, beach, boats, clubhouse. Large sports field. The cabin was immaculate, clean and came with all the basis items you need on cacation. The staff are very friendly and helpful. They just got their 5 star rating from woodals and it shows. definately worth trying. we will be back
We decided to try Falmouth, MA for our summer camping trip, and the website for Cape Cod Camp Resort looked really nice. There were no traveler reviews...but we took a chance. This review is not all bad, but I must tell you:
The website boasts, "We cater to big rigs" - and they definitely do! We have a pop-up camper and felt like second-class citizens while camping there.
The management must believe that if you enjoy "roughing it" in a tent or pop-up, then you also must enjoy DISGUSTING bathrooms!!! They were the worst I have ever seen. We stayed for 4 nights and, despite new toilet paper and paper towels being provided, the same nasty and down-right dirty toilets remained (day after day). The bathrooms were definitely not cleaned even ONCE while we were there.
The showers were equally troubling - NO privacy or security whatsoever...just flimsy, ripped, and dirty shower curtains with no place to put your stuff and change your clothes. Again, the worst I have ever seen. However, the water was hot and the showers were free.
There were nice bathrooms available by the Camp Store, but they were for RV'ers only. In fact, the signs emphatically stated, "NO TENTERS." Fines were threatened if anyone was caught using the nice bathrooms without the proper site #. If you reserve here, be sure to reserve a "large site" or better. That way you'll have access to the nice bathrooms and showers (and they're very nice/clean).
The pool was great - with a water slide that the kids loved! There is an adult (over 21) pool as well - so if you don't like the chaos around the big pool, you can hang out there.
The lake was good for fishing...not much for swimming. The camp store was adequate - lots of information on things to do in the area. ***ASK THEM FOR BEACH PASSES*** They sell them for $10 and with the passes, you can get on to any of the resident beaches in Falmouth. The management never mentioned this to us when we checked in.
We lucked out with a site that was semi-private. There are some private sites, for sure...however, there were many that were SO CLOSE and with NO privacy. Unfortunately, they won't let you reserve specific sites (a personal pet-peeve of mine in general).
Overall, we had a nice vacation and it was fun. We would probably not go back, however. It is a shame, because if the management would just keep the facilities clean and put doors (with locks) on the showers, we probably would consider returning. If you have an RV and a bathroom of your own, this would be a good place to stay.
Happy camping!!! :)
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