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  • Onsite Amenity Status

    AutoCamp Cape Cod is OPEN!

    • Clubhouse is OPEN!
    • Based on CDC guidance, we ask all guests and team members to wear a mask indoors. If outdoors, please wear a mask if unvaccinated or unable to maintain 6 feet of distance
    • Outdoor Fire Pits are OPEN to guests who maintain social distancing guidelines.
    • Front Desk is OPEN. You can also text us at (774) 349-2057 if you need any assistance.
    • Please see here for Massachusetts travel information regarding COVID-19.
    • Complimentary Clubhouse Breakfast Hours: 6:00 am – 10:00 am
      • Locally made granola
      • Assorted dairy and non-dairy milk options
      • Locally roasted Pie in the Sky coffee, tea, and hot chocolate
    • Hot food items available for purchase 7:00 am – 10:00 am
    • Grab and go food options available for purchase in the General Store 24/7
  • Check In Videos

    Watch these videos for a step-by-step guide to our contactless check-in process. Additionally, don’t miss our Airstream and X Suite/Accessible Suite How-To Guides, where you can learn about the ins and outs of operating your suite for the best experience.

    – Check-In Essentials at AutoCamp Cape Cod — Watch the Video

    – Airstream How-To Guide (AutoCamp Cape Cod) — Watch the Video

    – X Suite & Accessible Suite How To Guide — Watch the Video

  • Outdoor Cooking

    Your suite is equipped with BBQ tools, and basic cookware and X Suites have a kitchenette. Green Mountain Firewood (for campfires), easy light Charcoal (for cooking), and fire starters are available for purchase at the General Store. We recommend cooking with single-use charcoal bags, available for purchase in our General Store, for best cooking results.

  • Wildlife & Bugs

    AutoCamp brings us all closer to nature. Deer, raccoons, squirrels, turkeys, coyotes, bugs, and even bears are all part of being in nature. We ask that you not leave food or trash outdoors overnight and that all trash is thrown away in covered receptacles provided around the property. If you encounter wildlife on property, do not approach or feed them.

  • Wood Burning

    Due to fire regulations in the area, burning of firewood is not allowed at AutoCamp. You can’t burn trash either. Please do not gather wood from the surrounding area to use as fuel. Goodwood for campfires and Charcoal Briquettes for cooking are available in the General Store.

    Should weather conditions require us to temporarily ban campfires, we would welcome you to enjoy one of our community fire pits.

  • Food, Beverage, and General Store

    – Complimentary coffee, tea, and granola will be available in the Clubhouse daily from 6-10 am.

    – Shop snacks and beverages in our General Store

    – Our cafe offers breakfast, lunch, dinner, and pizza options from 7am to 9pm. See here for our current menu.

  • Activities

    Bicycles & Ebikes

    A limited number of complimentary Linus bikes are available for day use on a first-come, first-serve basis. Helmets and locks are provided. If you’d like to check out a bike, please see an AutoCamp team member in the Clubhouse.

    Additionally, we have 2 Linus electric bikes available for rent. Please visit the front desk to check availability. Each bike is available for rent for $100/2 hours or $200/5 hours.

    Board Games & Lawn Games

    The Clubhouse and surrounding areas are stocked with a variety of classic board games and lawn games. All games are available on a first-come, first-serve basis.

  • Amenity Fee

    An amenity fee of $25 per night to cover a number of complimentary amenities and services that AutoCamp Cape Cod offers to guests, including the following:

    – Breakfast granola, craft coffee, and tea, welcome drink, and daily refreshments.

    – WiFi Internet.

    – Bicycles, beach towels, lawn games, and board games. (Seasonal and weather dependent)

    – Refillable AutoCamp water bottles (yours to keep!).

    – Weekly onsite events and programming (yoga, live music sessions, fireside chats).

    – Onsite parking

    – Charitable donation of $1 per night to The 300 Committee Land Trust

  • Dining

    West Falmouth Market

    Local convenience store. They have a butcher shop for premium meats. Sandwiches, soup, pizza, beer and wine. You can call ahead or order in store. No indoor or outdoor seating.

    623 MA-28A, Falmouth MA 02540

    westfalmouthmarket.com

    (508) 548-1139

    Dana’s Kitchen

    Featured on Diners, Drive-Ins, and Dives. They offer sandwiches, wraps, and soups. Due to Covid, only pick up is available.

    881 Palmer Ave Falmouth MA 02540

    danas-kitchen.com

    (508) 540-7900

    Añejo Maxican Bistro

    Authentic Mexican cuisine and drinks. Try their margaritas! Bar area along with indoor and outdoor seating.

    188 Main Street, Falmouth MA 02540

    anejo.cc

    (508) 388-7631

    DJ’s Famous Wings

    The first wing joint on Cape Cod. Restaurant is inside of a converted train. Award winning wings.

    874 Main Street, Falmouth MA 02540

    djsfamouswings.com

    (508) 457-9464

    Silver Lounge

    Old school, nautical spot with steaks & seafood. Uncle Bill’s Country Store is connected to the restaurant. A vintage train is a part of the restaurant, great for kids!

    412 MA-28A, North Falmouth MA 02556

    silverloungerestaurant.com

    (508) 563-2410

    Seafood Sam’s

    Local favorite for seafood. Lots of indoor and outdoor patio seating.

    356 Palmer Ave, Falmouth MA

    seafoodsams.com/falmouth

    (508) 540-7877

    Soprano’s Casino by the Sea

    Classic and delicious Italian cuisine. Indoor & outdoor seating right on the water.

    286 Grand Ave, Falmouth MA 02540

    sopranosfalmouth.com

    (508) 548-7800

  • Activities

    Shining Sea Bikeway

    10.7 mile bike path through the four villages of Falmouth – North Falmouth, West Falmouth, Falmouth Village, and Woods Hole. Dog friendly.

    Direct access from AutoCamp Cape Cod

    https://www.google.com/url?q=https://www.savebuzzardsbay.org/places-to-go/shining-sea-bikeway/&sa=D&source=editors&ust=1616452238775000&usg=AOvVaw2oGLT1J0HnOycg7pDponV4

    The Liberte (Cape Cod Sailing)

    Private Charters or Open Daysails available with a cash bar. Options of sailing, fishing, and cruising through Woods Hole, Buzzards Bay, and the New England coastline.

    227 Clinton Ave, Falmouth MA 02540

    theliberte.com/cape-code-day-sails/

    Available only during the summer.

    (508) 524-9121

    Paul Harney Golf Club

    18 hole executive golf course. Great value for Upper Cape golfing.

    74 Club Valley Drive, East Falmouth MA 02536

    paulharneygolfcourse.com/

    (508) 563-3454

    The Knob

    Scenic and moderately easy hike to a peninsula that overlooks a beautiful view of Quissett Harbor and Buzzards Bay.

    71 Quissett Harbor Rd, Falmouth MA 02540

    saltpondsanctuaries.org/the-knob/

    (508) 548-8484

    Silver Lounge

    Old school, nautical spot with steaks & seafood. Uncle Bill’s Country Store is connected to the restaurant. A vintage train is a part of the restaurant, great for kids!

    412 MA-28A, North Falmouth MA 02556

    silverloungerestaurant.com

    (508) 563-2410

    Nobska Light

    Iconic lighthouse perched on a cliff overlooking the water with a view to Martha’s Vineyard. Limited parking but at least worth a sunset drive by & there’s a beach right across the road.

    233 Nobska Rd, Falmouth, MA 02543

    https://friendsofnobska.org

    (774) 763-6453

  • Beaches

    Wood Neck Beach

    Twenty minute walk and five minute bike ride from ACCC (off the bikepath). Non resident parking is not available. Public bathrooms are at the beach.

    33 Woodneck Road, Falmouth MA 02540

    falmouthma.gov/151/Beach

    (508) 548-8623

    Old Silver Beach

    Non-resident parking available, the water is usually calm and warm, except at high tide the currents may be strong. The parking lot fills up quick so get there early.

    Quaker Road, Falmouth MA 02540

    falmouthma.gov/151/Beach

    (508) 548-8623

  • Ferries to Martha's Vineyard

    General Notes:

    – The only ferry service that carries cars, motorcycles, and trucks.

    – Passengers can walk onto any of the ferries without reservations year-round.

    – The ferry has refreshments (Covid may effect this), restrooms, and wifi.

    – The only year-round ferry service.

    – Plan to arrive an hour before your departure trip to allow time to access the
    off-site parking and free shuttle service to and from the Woods Hole terminal.

    – Pets are allowed, free of charge.

    – Bikes are allowed for an additional fee.

    For more details: steamshipauthority.com

    Departing Locations

    Woods Hole:

    1 Cowdry Road
    Woods Hole, MA
    02543

    (508) 548-3788

    Vineyard Haven:

    Union St & Water St
    Vineyard Haven, MA
    02568

    (508) 693-0367

    Oak Bluffs (Seasonal):

    1 Seaview Ave
    Oak Bluffs, MA
    02557

    508) 693-0125

    Parking

    NO AVAILABLE PARKING ON-SITE.

    Free shuttle service to and from terminal.

    Off-Site parking information for each terminal.

    steamshipauthority.com/traveling_today/parking

  • Ferries to Nantucket

    General Notes:

    – The only ferry service that carries cars, motorcycles, and trucks.

    – Passengers can walk onto any of the ferries without reservations year-round.

    – The ferry has refreshments (Covid may effect this), restrooms, and wifi.

    – The only year-round ferry service.

    – Plan to arrive an hour before your departure trip to allow time to access the
    off-site parking and free shuttle service to and from the Hyannis terminal.

    – Pets are allowed, free of charge.

    – Bikes are allowed for an additional fee.

    For more details: steamshipauthority.com

    Departing Locations

    Hyannis:

    69 South Street
    Hyannis, MA
    02601

    (508) 771-4000

    Nantucket:

    1 Steamboat Wharf
    Nantucket, MA
    02554

    (508) 228-0262

    Parking

    NO AVAILABLE PARKING ON-SITE.

    Free shuttle service to and from terminal.

    Off-Site parking information for each terminal.

    steamshipauthority.com/traveling_today/parking

  • Covid-19

    The safety of our guests and our team members is our number one priority. To ensure the safety of yourself, your traveling party, and everyone else at AutoCamp, please familiarize yourself with our guest safety guidelines.

    Social Distancing

    Help us do our part to keep everyone healthy by keeping at least a 6-foot distance from anyone that isn’t in your traveling party, including other guests and team members. We’ll always greet you with a wave and a smile.

    Face coverings

    Face coverings must be worn in all indoor public places. Please also be sure to wear a face mask when interacting with any of our team members and practice social distancing.

    Hand Sanitizer

    We provide hand sanitizer in public spaces and restrooms.

    Cleaning

    We have robust and regular cleaning processes for our accommodations, public spaces and bathrooms, which include the use of commercial-grade disinfectants.
    We’re also closely following guidance from the Centers for Disease Control to keep our guests and team members safe.

  • EMERGENCIES & SAFETY MATTERS

    AutoCamp team members are onsite 24 hours a day. Visit the front desk if you have any issues.

  • Fire Safety

    Help us keep everyone safe by following these fire safety rules:

    – Never leave fires unattended.

    – Always put out fires before going to sleep.

    – Always keep a water bucket or fire extinguisher nearby when making a fire.

    – Keep flames low and remain at a safe distance from the fire.

    – There is a fire extinguisher located in your suite. In case of fire, please use your extinguisher and notify an AutoCamp team member immediately.

  • Suite Security

    Make sure your suite door is tightly shut or your tent zipped closed when you leave.

  • iPhone Users

    Turn on Wifi calling by going to Settings > Cellular > WiFi Calling > Turn on WiFi Calling on this iPhone.

    You can also use FaceTime Video and Audio to make calls while connected to WiFi, or download the free app WhatsApp.

  • Android Users

    Turn on Wifi calling by going to Settings > Networks & Internet > Mobile Network > Advanced > Turn on WiFi Calling. You can also use the free app WhatsApp to send messages and place calls over WiFi.

    If you have any questions about WiFi calling on property, text the front desk and they can help you out.

  • Incidentals

    Your credit card was pre-authorized for in-room incidentals at check in. Upon your departure, any room incidental charges—as well as the cost of any damaged or missing items from your suite, including bath amenities, outdoor furniture, and kitchenware—will be billed to your credit card on file.

  • Smoking

    AutoCamp is a non-smoking property. If you smoke inside your accommodation, you will be charged a minimum cleaning fee of $350. Due to fire dangers, anyone found smoking on property may be asked to check out. The non-smoking policy refers to cigarettes, cigars, cannabis, e-cigarettes, and burning of candles or incense.

  • Security & Safety

    Management is not responsible for lost, stolen, or damaged articles. Please report any problems with your suite to an AutoCamp team member immediately. We adhere to all state, county and local laws.

  • Good Neighbor Policy

    The design of AutoCamp fosters a community experience between guests. Because of this, please be courteous to other guests around you. Loud, objectionable noise is not allowed at any time, nor is amplified music allowed. Profanity and violence will not be tolerated. Inconsiderate guests will be asked to leave without refund.

  • Dog Policy

    Dogs are welcome at AutoCamp for an additional fee of $75.00 per stay (maximum two dogs).

    Not all AutoCamp suites are dog friendly, and you must call the property to receive prior approval.

    Dogs must be kept on a maximum 6-foot leash at all times and may not be left unattended.

    Guest are responsible for cleaning up after their dog. Dispose of dog waste in one of the dog receptacles.

    AutoCamp is not responsible for and will hold owner accountable for any injury or damage caused by your dog.

  • Kid's Code

    We welcome kids of all ages to AutoCamp. We ask that parents hold their children to high standards of behavior and respect for other guests. We ask that parents watch their children at all times and ensure that they are complying with our quiet hours, behavior policies, and privacy rules.

  • Parking

    There is one parking space available per unit. You’ll receive a parking pass at check-in to place on your dashboard. If you have more than one car, please see the front desk for alternate parking arrangements.

  • Guests & Visitors

    You may have visitors come to AutoCamp during daytime hours. All guests must check-in at the Clubhouse. Guests that are not part of your reservation may not stay on property overnight.

  • Alcoholic Beverages

    Please drink responsibly. Per State Law, only guests 21 years of age and older may consume alcoholic beverages.

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