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We loved the location so close to the beaches & center Cape. We stayed in area 7, site 9 & 14 which yes is 3 miles from the entrance, but I can live with that. Too many times the bathrooms were filthy, there is no...More
Great campground for families and groups of friends.
I stayed here for a weekend, with myself and a friend and we found it to be very clean. It was nice that the campsites had some space/trees between them so you were not super close to...More
unique spot. great fresh water ponds to walk to, ocean so close by. we go back year after year. couple of unruly stickler rangers. make sure to follow the rules! Be prepared to book six months to the day at 9am according to the atomic...More
Swimming, my favorite thing to do on Cape Cod, has just been enhanced by my first visit to Nickerson State Park. We biked there on the Cape Cod Rail Trail, and cooled off in a sparklingly clear, fairly empty pond. If you want a break...More
Nickerson is a family friendly park. This is my first camping trip. We stayed in area 4--
traveled around much of the park and most areas seemed nice. The size of the camp
sites varied as well as their distance from the road. The bathrooms...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.