No camping trip is complete without a campfire! Many KOA sites have their own firerings, so families can come together around the fire, roast s'mores, warm their toes, and sit back and enjoy the beautiful night skies.
Heated 30x50 pool
Cool off after a long day of touring all that the area has to offer in our heated pool. (Open Memorial day to October 1st.
KOA Camping is always fun when you're with friends and family. Reserve our outdoor pavilion for your next family get-together, reunion, birthday, or any other reason you may have to celebrate!
Though the area attractions will no doubt keep you busy, back at base camp you can enjoy a variety of recreational activities including horseshoes, bocce ball, beach sand volleyball, basketball, and more!
KOA campgrounds are known for FUN, and the Boston/Cape Cod campground offers plenty of it! Check out our many recreational opportunities that include putting around at the mini golf course.
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Care Camps BIG Weekend
Camp Friday May 8th and stay Sat May 9th for only $10. Sunday late stay free. We will donate the $10 collected Saturday to send kids with cancer to summer camp! Enjoy a camp fire with s'mores, tie-dye, ride the kid train, enjoy ice cream and an outdoor movie. Raffle and other fund raising events. Check out koacarecamps.org
Memorial Day Weekend
Kick off summer celebrating our heroes both home and abroad. Enjoy a weekend full of activities or just relax around the site. This kicks off our SummerShine activity schedule sure to keep the kids happy and busy. Free stay late on Monday!
Spend the weekend having fun and relaxing by the fire with Dad. Plenty going on to keep everyone busy and KIDS CAMP FREE!
Bust out your best red, white and blue as we celebrate our country and freedom. Site decorating, bike parade, outdoor movie, music and more. God Bless America!
Meet Your Hosts
"Come enjoy all that the area has to offer at the Boston/Cape Cod KOA!"Mo and Beth Vandesteene may never have been introduced to the world of KOA if their transmission hadn't failed.
"On a trip to the Florida Keys in 1998, we were held up for two weeks by the tranny repair shop, so we bought a tent and headed to the Miami/Everglades KOA. We had a great time and met and worked with the staff at the campground until our rig was finished," says Mo.
The following summer the manager of the Miami/Everglades KOA asked Mo and Beth to be the activity directors for the upcoming winter season. For several years, they worked as activities directors in the winter months in Florida.
Mo's interests grew into a management position for KOA. "It's challenging and exciting. It's a lifestyle that works well for us, although we don't camp as much as we used to. We look forward to being on the road again someday," says Mo.
"We want our campers to be "KOA campers for life," says Beth. "Our staff members are trained to constantly seek out opportunities to make positive impressions with our guests. We encourage our staff to be fanatical about their roles in all aspects of our operation."
The Vandesteenes pay attention to every detail and love to see the campers' comment cards that mention how clean and well-maintained the campground is. "We are very proud when campers' kids want to stay because they're having fun, rather than go home," says Mo.
Mo and Beth are familiar with the ways of children - they now have ten grandchildren! Besides spending time with family, Beth is an avid gardener and Mo relaxes by reading about business and sports.