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ATLANTIC OAKS CAMP GROUND

Atlantic Oaks is a modern campground with a long list of conveniences which have been custom-tailored to meet the needs of RV’ers. Large, wooded, pull-thru sites are not only equipped with the full hookups which you would expect, but also include cable TV. Amenities include clean modern restrooms, free private hot showers, wireless high speed Internet service, a laundry, and LP gas sales. Our new 5,000 square foot multi-purpose building, shown above, is now open. There's also a playground, store and security gate for the convenience and enjoyment of our guests. Our campground is ideally situated, in the Town of Eastham, only a half mile from the National Seashore Visitor Center and just twenty miles from Provincetown. Bay and ocean beaches are nearby and the Cape Cod Rail Trail actually touches the back of our camp! While staying here at Atlantic Oaks, you may choose from many attractions in the area. These include playing in the surf at the National Seashore, swimming in the calm waters of the Cape Cod Bay, or bicycling any portion (or the entire length!) of the renowned Cape Cod Rail Trail. There are other nearby recreational options; take a whale watch trip from Provincetown, charter a fishing boat or launch your own from Rock or Wellfleet Harbors. Excellent restaurants, gift and antique shops are all close by, along with mini golf, the famous Wellfleet Flea Market and the Cape’s last drive-in movie theater.

3700 Route 6, Eastham, MA
phone: 508-255-1437
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Sunday Journal ? Ginny Parker with the Wellfleet Shellfishermen's Association
Friday April 09, 2021
This week on Sunday Journal we are joined by President of the Wellfleet Shellfishermen's Association Ginny Parker. She discusses how the COVID-19 pandemic has changed the industry's relationship with the consumer, and how some changes might be sticking around even after a return to a ?new normal.? capecodcom · Sunday Journal? .
Direct Sales to Consumer Help Keep Shellfishermen Afloat
Friday April 09, 2021
WELLFLEET ? During the COVID-19 pandemic, shellfishermen were forced to shift the ways they get their catch to customers, but some changes might be here to stay. Wellfleet Fishermen's Association President Ginny Parker said the pandemic brought with it new challenges for the industry?particularly shut downs for the? .
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