With COVID-19 becoming a thorn in the side of summer vacationers, one option that is still available is RVing. Being inside an RV allows you to social distance while still maintaining much of the fun of camping. Being the tourist magnet that it is, Cape Cod offers many RV resorts to choose from. Here are the top 3 that we have chosen based on TripAdvisor reviews.
Owned and operated by Sun RV Resorts, the Cape Cod RV Resort is located on 55 acres with plenty of vacation rentals and shady camping sites. It’s located just minutes from Nantucket and Martha’s Vineyard. The park features three in-ground swimming pools, mini golf, and a sandy beach by a recreational lake.
The family-owned campground Sweetwater Forest has served Cape Cod travelers for four generations. Sweetwater Forest continues to upgrade their amenities constantly, and now offer six playgrounds, free high speed wifi, an Internet cafe, free DishTV, dog day kennel, a mini golf course, and more!
The North of Highland Camping Area is located only a half-mile from Head of the Meadow Ocean Beach near Cape Cod’s tip. That makes a walk to the beach very convenient. It’s also located near the scenic Head of the Meadow Bike Trail for avid walkers and bikers. There’s also lots of dining, shopping, and art galleries nearby in North Truro, MA.
Maple Park RV Resort in East Wareham, MA has 500 campsites on its 600 acre woodland property. Many of the sites overlook fishing ponds, cranberry bogs, and swimming pools. The campground has a wide range of amenities including a camp store, game room, ice cream and coffee shop, baseball field, and more! Kayak and paddle boat rentals and golf cart rentals are also available. They also have great dumpster service with roll off containers wareham and sagamore beach.
Located near Truro, MA, the Adventure Bound Cape Cod RV resort offers RV rentals and tent rentals. So, you don’t even need to own a tent or RV to enjoy the campground! Like other Cape Cod RV resort options, there are plenty of opportunities for beaches, fishing, sightseeing, and whale watching.
What types of camping do you prefer? Are you old-fashioned and would rather rough it in a tent? Or, would you rather RV in a motorhome or a trailer?