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Dunes' Edge Campground
cape-cod-islands Provincetown, MA
17 acres

Dunes Edge is now open for self-contained RVs. 

Read all our rules for camping at Dunes Edge during this time.

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Follow Route 6 to the very tip of Cape Cod and you’ll find Dunes’ Edge Campground, nestled among the pines. A quiet family campground, Dunes’ Edge has retained a quaint atmosphere amidst the sand dunes and pines, offering our guests the opportunity to experience the true and lasting beauty of legendary Old Cape Cod. Dunes' Edge has been welcoming vacationers for more than 50 summer seasons!

Dunes’ Edge is bordered by the Cape Cod National Seashore. Within just a one mile radius, you can enjoy Cape Cod’s finest beaches for swimming, boating, sailing, fishing, bodysurfing, and scenic dune rides. Saltwater fishing, party and sport fishing boats, and whale watch excursions are all available from P-town’s MacMillan Pier. You may also enjoy miles of paved bicycle trails, in addition to golf, tennis, hiking, and a continuous schedule of excellent National Park Service interpretive programs, lectures and films. Relax and spend time visiting Provincetown’s active commercial fishing fleet, the oldest art colony in the country, and renowned craft shops, museums, fine restaurants and countless points of historical interest.

Dunes’ Edge Campground offers more than 80 wooded sites for tents, pop-ups and vans, with a separate 15 trailer spaces, accommodating motorhomes up to 32' in length and travel trailers up to 24' in length, with water & electric hookups. Our amenities include hot showers, modern conveniences, a camp store (featuring ice, groceries and camping accessories), a laundry, and dumping station.

The project was made possible through a partnership with the Town of Provincetown and the Commonwealth of Massachusetts. It was generously supported by the Provincetown Open Space Committee and taxpayers through $600,000 in funding from the Provincetown Land Bank and Community Preservation Fund and through a $400,000 State PARC Grant, as well as support from private funders including the Horizons Foundation, Sheehan Family Foundation and the Fields Pond Foundation. The Town of Provincetown will hold a conservation restriction on the campground, permanently protecting the site from future development.

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