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Old 02-21-2021, 01:05 PM   #1
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Anyone ever camp at Scusset Beach CG in Massachusetts

Looking to spend a few nights here in May. There are a few RV spots available and wondering if there are any sites I should avoid, reviews are pretty good. We are 31 ft towing a Jeep. Looking at site 94 or 71. Thanks.
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Scusset Beach is a great place. No horrible sights. There are some that a very secluded.
The dump station was not open 24/7 like most places.
It was monitored by staff and only open a few hours per day. Not a big deal once you know it has limited hours, but something to be aware of.
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We stay there often. The two rows closest to the beach don’t have tree cover and are more exposed when the wind is up. If you like to bike there are paved bike trails on both sides of the canal. About 13 miles per side. The times for the dump station do vary year to year and we have had two stays where the dump station was closed due to problems.
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Scusset beach ma site fees

Non-resident $70 per nite plus another $10 to $12 for non-residents and no sewer.. Ridiculous. Only $22 for residents!!!!!
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Non-resident $70 per nite plus another $10 to $12 for non-residents and no sewer.. Ridiculous. Only $22 for residents!!!!!


Yup, ridiculous. I knew it was pricey, that is why “ only for a few nights”. The park is 90 minutes from home and we enjoy biking, fishing for DH and overall beach atmosphere. Eeeek .....$250.50 for non resident for three nights, before Memorial Day and just W & E. Gotta rethink this one!

We usually camp further down on the Cape with access to the National Seashore with FHU, better beaches (senior pass) and less money.

RI State parks increased their rates about two years ago and I think
Non residents pay $55 per night, full hookup with spacious sites and nice water views at Fishermens Memorial State campground. Residents pay $28. Already have 16 nights reserved there end of June and after Labor Day.
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For less than that you can get full hookups at Bayview campground across the canal just south of the Bourne rotory. Its close to the canal and the bike paths. We stay there every year when visiting family in the area. You also get 3 pools, tennis, and other activities.
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