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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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As promised here is an update.  We are now officially under a Blizzard Warning w?
Monday January 26, 2015
As promised here is an update.  We are now officially under a Blizzard Warning with the rest of the state.  Snowfall totals have been increased as have the wind speeds. Please be prepared as this storm is going to be significant and is expected to linger into Wednesday.  Blizzard Warning Barnstable, MA BARNSTABLE MA-DUKES MA- INCLUDING THE CITIES OF?CHATHAM?FALMOUTH?PROVINCETOWN? VINEYARD HAVEN 358 PM EST SUN JAN 25 2015 ...BLIZZARD WARNING IN EFFECT FROM 7 PM MONDAY TO NOON EST TUESDAY? THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE IN TAUNTON HAS ISSUED A BLIZZARD WARNING?WHICH IS IN EFFECT FROM 7 PM MONDAY TO NOON EST TUESDAY. THE WINTER STORM WATCH IS NO LONGER IN EFFECT. * LOCATIONS?CAPE COD AND THE ISLANDS. * HAZARD TYPES?HEAVY SNOW?STRONG WINDS AND BLIZZARD CONDITIONS. CONSIDERABLE BLOWING AND DRIFTING SNOW. STRONG TO DAMAGING WINDS. * ACCUMULATIONS?SNOW ACCUMULATIONS OF AROUND 10 TO 18 INCHES? WITH HIGHER AMOUNTS TOWARDS THE CAPE COD CANAL. SNOWFALL RATES OF 2 TO 4 INCHES WILL BE POSSIBLE AT TIMES. * TIMING?WHILE THE STORM IS EXPECTED LATE MONDAY LINGERING INTO EARLY WEDNESDAY?THE WORST OF THE STORM WILL BE MONDAY NIGHT THROUGH TUESDAY AFTERNOON. THERE WILL BE A PERIOD WHERE HEAVY SNOW WILL CHANGE OVER TO RAIN?MAINLY DURING THE DAY TUESDAY? BEFORE CHANGING BACK OVER TO SNOW. * IMPACTS?HEAVY SNOW AND STRONG WINDS WILL RESULT IN WHITE-OUT / BLIZZARD CONDITIONS WITH NEAR ZERO VISIBILITY AT TIMES. TRAVEL WILL BE IMPOSSIBLE AND LIFE THREATENING ACROSS THE ENTIRE REGION. ALSO SNOW WILL BE WET ENOUGH TO RESULT IN DOWNED TREES AND POWER OUTAGES IN ADDITION TO THE HURRICANE FORCE WINDS. * WINDS?NORTH-NORTHEAST 35 TO 45 MPH WITH GUSTS AROUND 70 TO 80 MPH. THE HEIGHT OF THE WINDS WILL BE LATE MONDAY NIGHT INTO Tuesday.
...A CRIPPLING AND POTENTIALLY HISTORIC BLIZZARD TO IMPACT THE AREA MAINLY FROM?
Sunday January 25, 2015
...A CRIPPLING AND POTENTIALLY HISTORIC BLIZZARD TO IMPACT THE AREA MAINLY FROM LATE MONDAY INTO TUESDAY?LINGERING INTO EARLY WEDNESDAY? BARNSTABLE MA-DUKES MA- INCLUDING THE CITIES OF?CHATHAM?FALMOUTH?PROVINCETOWN? VINEYARD HAVEN 358 PM EST SUN JAN 25 2015 ...BLIZZARD WARNING IN EFFECT FROM 7 PM MONDAY TO NOON EST TUESDAY? THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE IN TAUNTON HAS ISSUED A BLIZZARD WARNING?WHICH IS IN EFFECT FROM 7 PM MONDAY TO NOON EST TUESDAY. THE WINTER STORM WATCH IS NO LONGER IN EFFECT. * LOCATIONS?CAPE COD AND THE ISLANDS. * HAZARD TYPES?HEAVY SNOW?STRONG WINDS AND BLIZZARD  CONDITIONS. CONSIDERABLE BLOWING AND DRIFTING SNOW. STRONG TO  DAMAGING WINDS. * ACCUMULATIONS?SNOW ACCUMULATIONS OF AROUND 10 TO 18 INCHES?  WITH HIGHER AMOUNTS TOWARDS THE CAPE COD CANAL. SNOWFALL RATES  OF 2 TO 4 INCHES WILL BE POSSIBLE AT TIMES. * TIMING?WHILE THE STORM IS EXPECTED LATE MONDAY LINGERING INTO  EARLY WEDNESDAY?THE WORST OF THE STORM WILL BE MONDAY NIGHT  THROUGH TUESDAY AFTERNOON. THERE WILL BE A PERIOD WHERE HEAVY  SNOW WILL CHANGE OVER TO RAIN?MAINLY DURING THE DAY TUESDAY?  BEFORE CHANGING BACK OVER TO SNOW. * IMPACTS?HEAVY SNOW AND STRONG WINDS WILL RESULT IN WHITE-OUT /  BLIZZARD CONDITIONS WITH NEAR ZERO VISIBILITY AT TIMES. TRAVEL  WILL BE IMPOSSIBLE AND LIFE THREATENING ACROSS THE ENTIRE  REGION. ALSO SNOW WILL BE WET ENOUGH TO RESULT IN DOWNED TREES  AND POWER OUTAGES IN ADDITION TO THE HURRICANE FORCE WINDS. * WINDS?NORTH-NORTHEAST 35 TO 45 MPH WITH GUSTS AROUND 70 TO 80 MPH.  THE HEIGHT OF THE WINDS WILL BE LATE MONDAY NIGHT INTO TUESDAY. * VISIBILITIES?ONE QUARTER MILE OR LESS AT TIMES. PRECAUTIONARY/PREPAREDNESS ACTIONS? A BLIZZARD WARNING IS ISSUED WHEN SUSTAINED WINDS OR FREQUENT GUSTS OVER 35 MPH ARE EXPECTED WITH CONSIDERABLE FALLING AND/OR BLOWING AND DRIFTING SNOW. VISIBILITIES WILL BECOME POOR WITH WHITEOUT CONDITIONS AT TIMES. THOSE VENTURING OUTDOORS MAY BECOME LOST OR DISORIENTED?SO PERSONS IN THE WARNING AREA ARE ADVISED TO STAY INDOORS. ALL UNNECESSARY TRAVEL IS DISCOURAGED BEGINNING MONDAY AFTERNOON? TO ALLOW PEOPLE ALREADY ON THE ROAD TO SAFELY REACH THEIR DESTINATION BEFORE THE HEAVY SNOW BEGINS?AND TO ALLOW SNOW REMOVAL EQUIPMENT TO BEGIN TO CLEAR ROADS.
Blizzard Warning: Barnstable County has been added to the Blizzard Warning star?
Sunday January 25, 2015
Blizzard Warning: Barnstable County has been added to the Blizzard Warning starting at 7:00 Tuesday into Wednesday.  A powerful storm is anticipated to strike our area Tuesday evening through Wednesday.  Please monitor your favorite weather stations for updates. Preparation of the Cape Cod Regional Shelters (Nauset High School, Eastham is our shelter) will be begin on Monday in case they are needed to be open to the public.  MEMA and Barnstable County Regional Emergency Planning Committee (BCREPC) have a twitter and Facebook feed that will provide helpful information.  Our local police agencies (Provincetown, Truro, Eastham, State police and others) will be posting out complimentary information as well. Please review your preparation procedures and supplies.  Look out for family, friends, the elderly and neighbors as we plan to shelter in place for this storm.
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