My family stayed from Wednesday 7/7 through Sunday 7/11 at Scusset Beach State Park, on the Cape Cod Canal in Sandwich, MA. Here's a review. Location: At the north end of the Cape Cod Canal, a five minute drive from the Sagamore Bridge to Cape Cod, it's on the "Mainland" side of the canal. Features: easy access to the canal bike/walk path, a beach on Cape Cod Bay, quick hop onto Cape Cod. Atmosphere: Utilitarian. We were on the side of the campground that had the most foliage, but still, most sites there are open fields (or close) with no shade. On the end closer to the beach it's strictly a glorified parking lot, paved paths and parking areas for your PUP amongst a grass field. Lots of families and more big rigs than PUPs (at least while we were there). At quiet time, our end of the campground was VERY quiet, maybe the quietest of the CG's we visited this year. Our site's PUP parking was so far from power that we needed to run out to Wally World for a 30 amp extension cord, and used the whole thing (oh well, been meaning to get one of those anyway). Our water was over 50 feet away in the corner on the opposite side of the site, but we already had extra hose for that. Campers weren't particularly friendly, but one neighbor did come over to help me deal with a SPUT (described below). Bathroom review: Looks like MA has cut budgets, because while the bathrooms were modern, they were really gross inside. They got cleaned once, perhaps twice a day, and with so many people using them the smell was noticeable, the toilets gross, and the floor wet and strewn with tissues and other stuff. True, you get people who behave like animals, its not the park's fault, but other CG's I've been to clean the bathrooms more often. Made me glad we had our own toilet/shower. There was a nature center in the CG, but it was closed when we were there. There was no campground store. Overall impression: could have been worse, but nothing outstanding to recommend it either. And if you don't have your own facilities, at least one reason to stay away - the bathrooms. We probably won't go back there. SPUT of the trip: - a strong wind came along while we were out and blew our Carefree of CO awning clear up and over the top of the PUP, ripping out one of the short pole anchors and breaking the connection of a standing leg that I'd just fixed before the trip. Lesson: make sure your standing legs are really firmly anchored (a problem in Scusset's sandy soil). Ah well, if I fixed it once I can fix it again, right? EDIT: One other thing I noticed - the water here tastes awful, almost like pool water. Must be from some kind of treatment plant. My son (the big water drinker) actually finally refused to drink it, even on a hot day!