You’re Gonna Fall in Love with Old Cape Cod
Crit Bliss is already making plans for a clam bake and lobster boil.
We’ll visit Nantucket, Provincetown, Whale Watching, JF Kennedy Museum, kayaking on freshwater ponds, miles and miles of Cape beaches, bike trails and much, much more.
We have reserved 30 spaces. Two campgrounds are involved within a couple of hundred yards from each other walking distance and about I mile apart driving. Perhaps a little inconvenient but I don’t know anywhere else on Cape where we could park 30+ Blue Bird coaches all near one another They are the North Truro campground and Horton’s campground. (Google Earth them to see how close they are).
The campground manager will make site assignments based upon your coach’s length. The sites are sand/gravel with a mixed bag of some with 50 amp, some with 30 amp only, some with and without sewer hookup. As far as the 50 or 30 amp electricity this is late September so you won’t need all three air conditioners running all day long. It’s usually becoming cool and we will be lucky if the AquaHot’s aren’t coming on during the night. For those without a sewer connection the campground will proved you with free pump out service. Sites will be provided on a first come basis @ $50.00/day for a 50 amp site and $40.00/day for a 30 amp site. They will ask you to pay half now and half March 1st.
Our contact’s name is Mike. Inform him that you are part of the Cape Cod Vintage Bird group. Remember to tell him the length of your coach so he can assign a proper spot.
There will also be a nominal rally fee. We will have a few catered dinners and breakfasts and depending on weather perhaps rent a tent. I’ll determine those costs when I return home to the Cape in May.
Cape Cod Campground (North Truro Campground) Sites are 30 Amp full hookup. (Hey, it’s September on Cape Cod, you’re on the ocean, and won’t need air conditioning).
46 Highland Road
North Truro, MA 02652
www.abcamping.com Click on “Cape Cod”.