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 Scusset Beach State Reservation    


 “A 98-site campground located on the Massachusetts mainland at the base of Cape Cod where the Cape Cod Canal meets Cape Cod Bay.  Great sites and clean facilities but exceptional for triking.  Both sides of the Cape Cod Canal, operated by the US Army Corps of Engineers, have 7-mile long paved service roads closed to all but official vehicular traffic and biking and hiking are encouraged.  The service roads are wide, smooth and level.  Even the Corps. rangers on patrol ride bikes.  The canal provides great fishing – a 60 lb. striped bass was caught in late Spring 2017.  The fishermen and women largely ride the service roads on bikes outfitted with rod holders and gear baskets.  When we stayed in the campground in June 2017 nearly every RV had bikes and many were fishing.  The north service road (mainland side) is 168 feet from the campground perimeter road and the furthest site is less than 0.25 miles (crow flies) from the service road.  Sites vary between those well distributed in an open field to sites in more vegetated areas.  Electric is 15/30/50 and there are water spigots serving multiple campsites.  There a central bath house with hot water showers and an on-site dump station.  The sites do not have fire pits (a plus for those with asthma) but there is a communal fire pit.  The campground was recently redone including the water and electric system and all sites are paved and back in.  All roads in the campground are freshly paved.  As a triking destination campground, it does not get much better and is a great campground even without a trike as there are plenty of things to do in the area like the Sandwich Glass Museum or Woods Hole and a guarded swimming beach adjacent to the campground on Cape Cod Bay.  We enjoyed it so much that we are going back only 2 weeks after having been there.”   

Massachusetts