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We had stayed for 3 days in June. love the lake, the fishing, the biking, hiking trails and cooking at fire pits. rangers are very helpful , one even helped us with jumpstarting car when battery went dead.
cons: lots of small deer ticks so...More
This is a lovely space with decent amenities. Great place to spend a few days/week exploring the nearby Cape Cod National Seashore. Bring your bikes for a lot of trail riding. Relax by the fire listening to frogs. Enjoy sunrise hikes around the ponds.
Nice park with beautiful views of a pond which has a small beach. We liked walking around. Parking was plentiful off season. However, beware of snakes! None of them are venomous but if you are afraid of them avoid the pond / beach area. We...More
This was a great park until one person made the decision to close it down in all of April and May 2017. Fees are also increasing again in 2017. The park will also be closing early in October. What good is a campground if its...More
We stayed here one night on our Northeast road trip. The campground has a large number of sites and we were worried about it being crowded but we were able to find a nice private one that had ample room to spread out on with...More
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You need to buy a beach pass for any of the Brewster beaches from the Brewster town office. Your Nickerson camping tag does not allow you to park in the lot at Crosby Landing or any of the Brewster beaches. Crosby Landing is... More
You need to buy a beach pass for any of the Brewster beaches from the Brewster town office. Your Nickerson camping tag does not allow you to park in the lot at Crosby Landing or any of the Brewster beaches. Crosby Landing is the closest (and perhaps the loveliest) bay beach. There is great pond swimming within Nickerson. Most of the campgrounds have access to one of the ponds, though the access isn't always marked or obvious. Ask where it is when you check in.