The Ultimate Survival Guide to Cape Cod: What You Need to Know

It was just a few weeks before Christmas, and the only thing on my mind was getting a cozy bed and heading out on my first night in Cape Cod.

But before I even knew it, the city was buzzing with activity.

There was the annual Christmas party, with the city’s first ever Christmas tree lighting.

There were fireworks, a snow-storm event, and an outdoor Christmas parade.

All this to say that Cape Cod is the perfect destination for those who love to camp and enjoy the warmth of a tropical climate. 

The city is home to several national parks, some of which are open to the public.

The most famous of these parks is The Great Cape Cod, which encompasses almost 2 million acres, covering over 3,500 square miles. 

A big part of the reason why The Great Capes is so popular is that it’s a place to camp. 

There are three main camping areas in The Great Canyons: the Great Cape, The Little Cape, and The Long Cape. 

These areas are open year-round and include a variety of campsites for those seeking a longer, more luxurious stay. 

Campers can also find a variety in the water, from small rafts to kayaks. 

Campsites in the Cape Cod National Seashore, The Great Lake, and Inman Lake are also open year round. 

 Carrying a tent or hammock is the best option for camping in The Cape, as these are the most popular sites. 

On a typical weekday, you can catch up on a movie or spend time with family.

You can also rent a kayak or boat to explore.

The only downside is that the campsites in The Big Lake, Inman, and Cape Cod Lake are closed from November to March. 

If you’re looking to camp on the lake, there are no restrictions, so there is no reason to avoid it. 

Also, The Cape Cod Coast Trail offers access to all of The Great Lakes, so it’s possible to visit all of the major lakes. 

All of these options have one thing in common: it’s easy to find the perfect spot to camp, and it’s also cheap to do so. 

As of December 2016, there were nearly 1,200 sites available, and a variety was available to choose from. 

Each site is available from a minimum of $15 per night, with a number of sites selling for as little as $10 per night. 

Here’s a rundown of the best campsites to choose if you’re in the area:  The Great Cape: The Little Cape: The Cape’s biggest and best campsite is located on the southern end of the island.

The campsite can be booked for $20 per night and offers the option to rent a tent for a minimum one night stay.

It’s also the closest to the beach, so the campers who choose this option will get a great view of the beach. 

Lake of the Woods: Located in the northern part of The Cape is the Lake of the Wood. 

This is one of the most remote and scenic campsites on the island, and there is even a water slide and beach volleyball court. 

Long Cape: This is a nice campground that offers a nice location to camp in the spring. 

It’s also just a short drive from Cape Cod’s downtown. 

Little Cape: Located off the main island, this campsite offers a good view of downtown Cape Cod as well as a beach volleyball field. 

Inman Lake: In this small lake in the Great Lake area, you’ll find two camping areas: the Inman and Little Inman Lakes. 

They are open seasonally from November through March.

There is also a picnic area in the lake. 

Sailboat Harbor: Located along the northern end of Cape Cod lies the town of Sailboat Harbor. 

Located just off the shore of Cape Town, this is a great spot for those looking for a relaxed, but also a fun and relaxing place to relax. 

Hilton Towne: Located on the south side of Cape town, this area is located near the intersection of Main Street and South Street. 

Its one of Cape’s main tourist attractions, with an extensive museum, aquarium, and aquarium exhibits. 

Ocean Beach: This popular beach is located along the shoreline of Cape City, just outside of Cape.

This area offers a great place to go for a swim, a picnic, or just relaxing. 

Beach on the Water: Located on the shores of Cape, this beach is a popular location for boaters, and offers great views of the Cape.