Sailing, saltwater fishing, and whale watch excursions are all available at MacMillan Pier, in the center of Provincetown. You may also take advantage of miles of paved bike trails located within the National Seashore. These trails wind through the dunes to the most beautiful beaches on the Cape.
Provincetown, over the decades, has become a haven for artists, writers, and vacationers from around the globe. The unique, natural beauty of the sun, surf, and shifting sand dunes offers a hypnotic attraction to lovers of both solitude and excitement. Relax and spend time visiting Provincetown’s active fishing fleet, the oldest art colony in the country, and renowned craft shops, museums, fine restaurants, and countless points of historical interest. From our outstanding location, you can leave your car at the campground, and walk or bike to all of Provincetown’s finest attractions and activities.
Reservations are highly recommended in July and August. We will do our utmost to make your stay as pleasant and memorable as possible.
Our campground features:
Your leashed pet is always welcome as long as neighboring campers are not disturbed and proper considerations are extended to all. In addition, short-term and long-term kennel service is nearby.
We hope you give Dunes’ Edge a try for your next camping vacation − you won’t be disappointed.
Important information for 2018
To enhance visitor experience we have added 20-amp electric to 21 of our sites. The following sites have been changed from basic tent sites to 20-amp electric sites:
42, 43, 43B, 44, 45, 77, 78, 79, 80, 81, 82, 83, 84, 84A, 85, 86, 87, 88, 94, 95 and 96