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ATLANTIC OAKS CAMP GROUND

Atlantic Oaks is a modern campground with a long list of conveniences which have been custom-tailored to meet the needs of RV’ers. Large, wooded, pull-thru sites are not only equipped with the full hookups which you would expect, but also include cable TV. Amenities include clean modern restrooms, free private hot showers, wireless high speed Internet service, a laundry, and LP gas sales. Our new 5,000 square foot multi-purpose building, shown above, is now open. There's also a playground, store and security gate for the convenience and enjoyment of our guests. Our campground is ideally situated, in the Town of Eastham, only a half mile from the National Seashore Visitor Center and just twenty miles from Provincetown. Bay and ocean beaches are nearby and the Cape Cod Rail Trail actually touches the back of our camp! While staying here at Atlantic Oaks, you may choose from many attractions in the area. These include playing in the surf at the National Seashore, swimming in the calm waters of the Cape Cod Bay, or bicycling any portion (or the entire length!) of the renowned Cape Cod Rail Trail. There are other nearby recreational options; take a whale watch trip from Provincetown, charter a fishing boat or launch your own from Rock or Wellfleet Harbors. Excellent restaurants, gift and antique shops are all close by, along with mini golf, the famous Wellfleet Flea Market and the Cape’s last drive-in movie theater.

3700 Route 6, Eastham, MA
phone: 508-255-1437
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Planning our next holiday
Thursday August 11, 2022
    Before Covid I planned to take my husband to New York for his birthday. Deposit paid, days planned, then the plague hit the world and he ended up having a zoom birthday like millions of others. Now lots of the restrictions are lifted, America is on the cards again but we are not going to New York. Our wonderful friends decided to gatecrash for a week but we decided that actually we would rather spend two weeks driving around America with them instead!   We are so excited.   It's an action packed trip visiting places that are important to us. My two favourite seasons for seeing the world are always spring and autumn and we decided to head to America this fall!   America in the fall, how wonderful!           So where are we off to?   Washington DC and Punxatawny   Ithaca and the Catskills   Cape cod, Martha's Vineyard, Nantucket and Provincetown   Boston and a day trip to Salem!   A lot to see! A long way to drive and so much more to explore. We all have our own agendas of what we want to see and we are all really supportive of it! We are all ridiculously excited about going to Dino world and seeing Gnome Chompski ( a giant gnome statue). I mentioned Salem (of course), Ithaca and Nantucket ( hello Gilmore girls yes I want to go to the whaling museum) as places that I really really want to go. We keep finding all these incredible places like Louisa May Alcotts house, yes please! A hike some trips to parks, waterfalls and gardens.   Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum   All the plans   I am going to create a reading list, a podcast list, a places to eat list, things to do?. It's so exciting. We are staying in a mix of hotels, air bnbs and a bed and breakfast. We won't be sticking to a strict schedule but we will follow our driving pattern. We want to experience as much as we possibly can as this truly is a once in a lifetime trip.   I have already started a packing list, I am really trying not to overpack. I will save that for another blog but I really do want a capsule wardrobe. Minimal, clean and classic with a bit of animal print thrown in for good measure.   The states   With cities and towns we are crossing a lot of states all in one trip. New York, Massachusetts, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, Connecticut, Virginia and District of Columbia I am excited to visit as many as I can.   We looked at staying in Salem but the prices are so expensive that we have decided to stay an extra day in Boston and just do a day trip or a few day trips to Salem when we are there. We will have to book restaurants because October is a super busy part of Salem but at least we will get to see all the houses decorated and maybe even go to a Halloween party in Boston but we will see.   Judges House Salem Image from blogger Palm Trees & Pellingrino   If you have been to any of these places let me know places to go, places to avoid?    
Provincetown Declares Sewer Emergency
Thursday August 11, 2022
PROVINCETOWN ? A sewer emergency has been declared in Provincetown for properties on the town's vacuum sewer system. The emergency applies to properties on Commercial Street from Snow Street to Point Street, as well as properties on the sewer system on Bradford Street between Conwell Street and Prince Street.  A complete list of affected residences [?] The post Provincetown Declares Sewer Emergency appeared first on CapeCod.com.
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