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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

Nantucket Cottage Hospital Gets $386K Donation From Thrift Shop
NANTUCKET ? The Hospital Thrift Shop continued with its generous annual gift to Nantucket Cottage Hospital on Monday. The thrift shop donated $386,000 to the hospital, continuing its 89-year tradition of generous giving. The money will be used to purchase new medical equipment and other capital items, as well as handmade? .
Dennis Launches Series of Informational Sessions on Affordable Housing
DENNIS ? A series of educational and discussion sessions on the topic of affordable housing launched Thursday night in Dennis. Cape Cod Commission Chief of Staff Heather Harper provided an analysis of housing across the Cape, with specific demographic information for Dennis. The purpose of the informational sessions is to? .
The Fund for Sandwich Awards Grants to Five Nonprofits Serving the Town
Deck: A total of $2,500 in grants?Towns: SandwichTopic: NewsAuthor: CapeCodToday StaffTeaser: A total of $2,500 in grants?Main Image: Thumbnail Image: Body:  SOUTH YARMOUTH?The Fund for Sandwich of The Cape Cod Foundation recently awarded a total of $2,500 to five nonprofit organizations serving the town?s residents. ?The recipients we have chosen have projects and programs that will impact a large cross-section of our community in very meaningful?
Barnstable Road Work Notice 11/19/18
Deck: Route 28 and Old Stage RoadTowns: BarnstableTopic: Town CrierAuthor: CapeCodToday StaffTeaser: Route 28 and Old Stage RoadMain Image: Thumbnail Image: Body:  On Monday, November 19, 2018, a Massachusetts Department of Transportation (MassDOT) contractor is scheduled to paint crosswalks, pavement arrows, and lane lines at the intersection of Route 28 & Old Stage Road in Centerville.  Work hours will be 7:00 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. The intersection?
Cape Abilities Announces New President and CEO
  HYANNIS ? The Cape Abilities Board of Directors has announced the hiring of its newest president and CEO. Jonathan Sproul has been hired to lead Cape Abilities, replacing Larry Thayer, who has been acting as the interim President and CEO. ?We are excited to have Jon join our team?, said Marion? .
First Stranded Sea Turtles Flown South by Volunteer Pilot
HYANNIS ? The Cape?s sea turtle stranding season began earlier than usual this year and the New England Aquarium?s Animal Care Center in Quincy is was able to free up space due to the help of a volunteer pilot. Twenty-eight rescued sea turtles were transported to North Carolina by pilot Ed Filangeri to continue recovery? .
Barnstable County Commissioners Reauthorize Funding to Keep Route 6 Rest Area Open
BARNSTABLE ? Barnstable County Commissioners again voted to provide funding to the Yarmouth Chamber of Commerce to keep the Route 6 rest area open during the tourist season in the short-term. Commissioners are allowing $40,000 from the Cape & Islands License Plate funds to be used by the chamber to maintain the? .
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