Experience a quaint, family-campground atmosphere amidst the sand dunes and pines, offering guests the true and lasting beauty of Provincetown and Old Cape Cod
RESERVATIONS ARE OPEN: Dunes’ Edge Campground is a quaint, family-friendly campground amidst the flowing sand dunes and sea-blown pines of Old Cape Cod and Provincetown. Whether you seek a Rustic Bungalow for the entire family, a convenient place for your RV, or a shady ridge to raise your Tent, there are plenty of affordable options for all types of campers. It is also minutes away from the Cape’s finest beaches, paved bicycle trails, golf courses, tennis courts, hiking trails, and Provincetown’s many restaurants and stores.NEW Rustic Bungalows
*HIGH DEMAND* Please note that due to high demand, weekends and certain campsites will sell out. If you are having trouble finding a campsite on your preferred dates, please visit our sister campground Rocky Woods, offering weekend camping just outside of Boston: Rocky Woods Camping
*Per Provincetown town rules: No firepits or wood fires are permitted on the grounds.
What to do in Provincetown
Provincetown boasts a rich and diverse history as a destination for people seeking a vibrant place to vacation. Traditional fixtures blend with modern touches in this historic town, maintaining its old New England charm while still appealing to those who enjoy museums and other cultural attractions. Provincetown has also long been a haven for folks in the LGBTQ+ community who found refuge and safety there, particularly during the height of the AIDS epidemic when the town offered a network of caregivers at a time when that was not widely available to those who were suffering.
Provincetown, Massachusetts is blessed with incredible gifts of nature including beaches, dunes, and open ocean views across the bay. Explore miles of beachfront only minutes away from Dunes’ Edge.
Numerous shops, galleries, cafes, and restaurants await you on Commercial Street. Or venture out into the popular Provincetown nightlife scene that includes clubs, shows, and events like Carnival and Family Week.
Visit P-town Tourism for more informationReserve Your Campsite
2021 Dunes’ Edge Camping Season
Open from 5/21/2022 to 9/26/2022 and you can make reservations as few as one day in advance. Same-day reservations cannot be taken. Open sites will be given out on a first-come, first-served basis.
Bungalow Rates & InformationNEW Rustic Bungalows
Camping Rates & Information
|Basic tent site:||$55|
|Water and electric (20amp)||$70|
|Water and electric (30amp)||$75|
Dunes’ Edge Reservation Information:
Dunes’ Edge Rules and Regulations
When you reserve a site you agree to follow the rules and regulations listed.
386 U.S. 6
Provincetown, MA 02657
Dunes’ Edge Campground is located off Route 6 in Provincetown, on the edge of dune country. Turn right off Route 6 at the blue and white “Seasonal Camping” sign, just beyond Mile Marker 116.
The campground offers 90+ wooded sites for tents, pop-ups, and vans, 5 canvas bungalows, 15 trailer spaces, accommodating motorhomes up to 28 feet in length and travel trailers up to 24 feet in length with water and electric hookups. Amenities include hot showers, a camp store, a laundry, and dumping station.
Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)
Q: When are you open for camping?
A: We are open from the weekend before Memorial Day until the last weekend in September
Q: When can I start making reservations?
A: Reservations can be made 1 year in advance of the day you want to arrive.
Q. How do I cancel or change a reservation I made on the website?
A. Send a detailed email to firstname.lastname@example.org. Please include the reservation number of the reservation you want to cancel or change.
Q. I have an RV and am wondering if I can run an air conditioner and/or a generator?
A. Sorry, air conditioners and generators cannot be operated in the campground.
Q: What is the best way to guarantee that I will get a site?
A: If your plans are flexible, choose a weekday stay. You are more likely to get the site of your choice midweek, especially during the peak months of July and August. If you are making weekend plans, have a first, second, and third choice in mind. If you’ve stayed before, then consider trying a different site from the one you may be used to. Each site is unique!
Q: How can I reserve multiple sites?
A: If you see a two-month calendar pop up, switch to “Quick Booking Search.” From there, you select your starting date, departure date, and the number of sites you would like (choose up to 3 sites ). On the next page, you will be able to select the sites from the ones that are available. Once you go to the next page, those sites will be locked in for 5 minutes while you complete your billing information.
Q: How do I get to the page where I see which sites are still available over a two week period?
A: Switch the view to “Full Availability Search” and you will be able to browse the calendar to see what days your favorite campsite is available. At this location, you cannot book multiple sites. You will have to go back to “Quick Booking Search” to do that.
Q: Can I call to make reservations?
A: Unfortunately, if we take reservations over the phone at the same time hundreds of people are online, it creates a situation that allows for double booking. So we cannot take reservations over the phone during the initial reservations rush each day. You may of course call if you don’t have access to the internet and we can enter in your information via our own internet for you. Please note that we would be accessing the same page as you, and would therefore have no advantage. If you have questions about sites or camping in general you are welcome to call or email as well, and we will get back to you as soon as possible.
Q: Can I make a reservation by leaving a voicemail?
A: No, we can only take reservations online. We will return messages in the order we receive them, but it may not be on the day the message is left.
Q: How will members receive their 10% discount?
A: The 10% discount will be applied at check in.
Q: Do I have to pay with a credit card online?
A: Yes, the system won’t allow bookings without a credit card.
Q: We would like to bring two vehicles. Is that allowed?
A: Unfortunately, no. We are a small camping area and must restrict the number of vehicles to one per site. There are several public parking areas in town that you can park overnight for a modest fee. For more information about parking in Provincetown, please visit the Provincetown website.
Q: I would like to bring my trailered boat, is there room for me to park it in the campground?
A: No. As is the case with extra cars, trailered boats can cause overcrowding.
Q: Is it possible to have a campfire at Dunes’ Edge Campground?
A: No. Open or wood fires are prohibited by the town of Provincetown. Campers must use propane or charcoal. Beach fires are permitted at the National Seashore Beaches by permit. Call Seashore Headquarters 508.771.2144 for more information.
For the safety and enjoyment of all of our guests, we ask you to please respect the following regulations when you visit Dunes’ Edge Campground.
*2022 campsites are available now for 7 nights or more. Shorter stay availability will open up in March of 2022.
Behavior not conducive to a family atmosphere will not be tolerated.
THE MANAGEMENT RESERVES THE RIGHT TO EVICT ANYONE WHO DOES NOT COMPLY WITH THE ABOVE RULES AND REGULATIONS.
Dial 911 for emergencies.
The Trustees offer three campgrounds set within spectacular natural surroundings. Reservations are open now!
Not sure whether you can mountain bike or bring your dog? You can search our reservations based on these and many other criteria.
Seeking, protecting, and caring for Massachusetts’ most special places
With roughly 27,000 acres under management, The Trustees is devoted to protecting ecologically significant environments across our portfolio.
Camping season runs the weekend before Memorial Day until the end of September.
Dunes’ Edge Campground has been a staple in the Provincetown landscape for more than 50 years. The Trustees of Reservations acquired the campground in March 2013 and are proud to carry on the legacy started by Miriam Collinson and her family. This was generously supported through $600,000 in funding from the Provincetown Land Bank and Community Preservation Fund, a $400,000 State PARC Grant, and support from private funders including the Horizons Foundation, Sheehan Family Foundation, and the Fields Pond Foundation.
Love this campground, It was quiet and Everybody isn't crammed on top of each other like other campgrounds. We have a small Self-contained camper Check-in and hook up was easy. Friendly welcome and all my questions answered. Huge plus it is so close to the bike path, we parked, got on our bikes and we were in town in 5 minutes.
– Jaqi007, TripAdvisor Reviewer
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