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Just a stone’s throw from the Cape Cod National Seashore, the Atlantic Oaks Campground is a modern RV park near the town of Eastham in Massachusetts. It’s been custom-designed to meet the needs of RVers, with large, wooded sites, plenty of amenities, and recreational facilities.
Pull-through campsites at the Atlantic Oaks Campground are equipped with full hookups and cable TV connections, as well as having access to complimentary Wi-Fi. There are on-site laundry facilities and LP gas sales for guests’ convenience, as well as a dog park where your four-legged friends can roam free. If you’re traveling with kids, there’s a children’s playground, a swimming pool, and a recreation room, as well as a security gate for your peace of mind.
RV camping at the Atlantic Oaks Campground is a good base for visiting the Cape Cod National Seashore, which sprawls to the east. It encompasses more than 43,000 acres and was created by President John F. Kennedy in 1961 as part of the Atlantic coastal pine barrens ecoregion. Aside from its hiking and biking trails, such as the Nauset Bike Trail and Head of the Meadow Trail, the seashore is also home to historic sites, such as Marconi Station (where the first two-way transatlantic radio transmission took place) and the Dune Shacks of Peaked Hill Bars Historic District. If you’re visiting during the summer months, there are several beautiful beaches where you can swim and relax, including the Race Point Beach near Provincetown and the Coast Guard Beach in Eastham.
If you’re a cyclist, be sure to explore the Cape Cod Rail Trail cycling route, which follows a former railroad for 22 miles through the towns of Dennis, Harwich, Brewster, Orleans, Eastham, and Wellfleet. The rail line was originally constructed by the Old Colony Railroad, which later became part of the New York, New Haven & Hartford Railroad. Short side trips will take you to the beaches of the Cape Cod National Seashore, as well as connecting to the Old Colony Rail Trail and the Yarmouth multi-use trail.
A short drive south of Eastham is Nickerson State Park, which encompasses 1,900 acres of scrub pines, cedar swamps, and kettle ponds near Brewster. It was once the estate of Samuel Mayo Nickerson who made his fortune as a founding officer of the First National Bank of Chicago. It’s traversed by numerous trails for hiking, mountain biking, and horseback riding, as well as cross-country skiing during the winter months. Canoeing and swimming are permitted in the lakes of Nickerson State Park, as is fishing for trout at Cliff, Flax, Little Cliff, and Higgins ponds.
The Atlantic Oaks Campground is within easy access of numerous supermarkets in Eastham where you can stock up on grocery supplies. There are also gas stations here if you need to fill up your RV rental and a great selection of restaurants, cafes, and bakeries where you can dine out.
While visiting Eastham, be sure to stop at the Swift-Daley House Museum, a one-room schoolhouse that was built in 1869. It’s open to the public for guided tours, with period-furnished rooms that are decorated with antique quilts and china. On the southeastern edge of Eastham is the Captain Penniman House, a French Second Empire-style residence that was constructed in 1868 and is now designated as a National Historic Site. Also nearby is the historic Eastham Windmill, which is the oldest working gristmill on Cape Cod. If you’re interested in lighthouses, don’t miss a visit to the Three Sisters of Nauset, a trio of lighthouses that served Cape Cod during the 19th century and stand as treasured landmarks today.
Camping at the Atlantic Oaks Campground is also a good base for visiting Provincetown, which lies at the northern tip of Cape Cod. Delve into the local history at the Provincetown Museum and witness the towering Pilgrim Monument that commemorates the Mayflower’s landing here in 1620. Provincetown is also home to numerous art galleries, specialty boutiques, and restaurants, many of which are clustered around vibrant Commercial Street. Enjoy a stroll along MacMillan Pier, which is named after Arctic explorer Donald B. MacMillan and now features a museum and a series of art shacks. If you’re an art lover, don’t miss a visit to the Charles-Baltivik Gallery and Sculpture Garden where local and regional artists are represented.
Whether you want to explore the natural wonders and cycling trails of Cape Cod or discover the region’s historic landmarks, book an RV in Barnstable County and start planning your next vacation.