Barnstable County Campground

Find Barnstable County Massachusetts campgrounds. Campgrounds provide information about camping, tent camping, ReserveAmerica, KOA, RV resorts, campsites, and cabins.

Adventure Bound Campground 46 Highland Road Provincetown MA 02657 508-487-1847

Atlantic Oaks Campground 3700 State Highway Eastham MA 02642 508-255-1437

Bourne Bay View Campground 260 Mac Arthur Boulevard Bourne MA 02532 508-759-7610

Buzzards Bay Bayview Campground 260 Mac Arthur Boulevard Bourne MA 02532 617-775-7808

Campers Haven Campground 184 Old Wharf Road Dennis MA 02639 508-398-2811

Coastal Acres Campground 76R Bayberry Avenue Provincetown MA 02657 508-487-1700

Dunes Edge Campground 386 U.s. 6 Provincetown MA 02657 508-487-9815

Eastham Atlantic Oaks Campground 2642 U.s. 6 Eastham MA 02642 888-271-2681

Eastham Maryland Campground 435 Shurtleff Road Eastham MA 02642 508-240-5974

Hortons Campground 71 South Highland Road North Truro MA 02652 508-487-1220

Maurices Campground 80 State Highway 6 Alternate Wellfleet MA 02667 508-349-9245

Maurices Campground 80 State Highway 6 Alternate Wellfleet MA 02667 508-349-2029

Nickerson State Park Campground Massachusetts 6A Brewster MA 02631 508-896-3491

North Of Highland Campground 52 Head of the Meadow Road North Truro MA 02652 508-487-1191

Paines Campground 180 Old Kings Highway Wellfleet MA 02667 508-349-3007

Scusset Beach State Park Campground Cape Cod Lane Bourne MA 02559 877-422-6762

Shady Knoll Campground 1709 Main Street Brewster MA 02631 508-896-3002

Sippewissett Campground 836 Palmer Avenue Falmouth MA 02540 508-548-2542

Sweetwater Forest Campground 676 Harwich Road Brewster MA 02631 508-896-3773

About Campgrounds

Are reservations required for Campgrounds?

For RV Parks, reservations are usually required. Other Campgrounds may accept reservations without requiring them. Many Campgrounds designate a portion of their campsites as first come first serve.

Do all Campgrounds charge fees?

There are some free Campgrounds within national or state parks and forests. Other public Campgrounds charge fees for part of the year, but allow free camping during seasons when visitation numbers are lower.

Are pets allowed at Campgrounds?

Each Campground has its own rules regarding pets. Even in cases where pets are permitted, they are usually required to be leashed or under the owner's control at all times. Keeping pets on a leash minimizes unwanted interactions with wildlife, transmission of diseases, and disruption to other campers.