Peter Pond RV Resort is a chic camping experience which caters to all holiday desires and whims. Pitch a tent in a secluded spot or park the RV in a choice of settings including lakeside, facing the street, or the woods. Get hooked up to electricity (30/50), water, sewer plus stay connected to the Internet and your favorite Cable-TV programs.
Set on 100 acres of beautiful parkland with waterfront views, this Cape Cod campground is a stylish summer retreat. Gravel sites with back-ins and drive in and out access make camping a breeze at this versatile resort where the hosts appreciate everyone has their own vacation vision. If your holiday mantra is residing in a cabin with everything on hand for an easy going stay, the resort has four rustic cottages and the unique opportunity to invest in a permanent holiday home. This is fast becoming the hassle-free way to enjoy summer in a first-rate resort with fun activities to enjoy.
Kids will have a ball in the playground, swimming pool, or fishing with their folks in the pond. The good times begin with basketball, horseshoes, shuffleboard, or boating and kayaking on the lake. The private, sandy beach inspires swimming or just relaxing with a good book. If you don't feel like cooking try the camp restaurant and cocktail lounge for drinks with new friends.
Well established trees provide shade while paved roads make navigation to sites easy with modern restrooms, showers, and laundry facilities. There is a picnic table and fire-ring for every site. The camp features a store to load up on supplies and friendly staff that seem to think of everything a camper will need. They are also very pet-friendly with a designated dog park and limit of two woofers per site. You’ll need to present your pet-pal's vaccinations certificate on arrival, and clean up any waste they make. All dogs are required to be on-leash unless they are in the cabins or vehicles.
The historic town of Sandwich is a 5-mile hike or drive from the resort where over 300 years of heritage are lovingly preserved. Check out the Sandwich Glass Museum with antique pieces from the original factory set up in 1825.