Pop-Up Raw Bar with Sea State
Dig into fresh, local specialties
Thanks to our friends at Sea State, you can indulge in some of the best seafood the Cape has to offer right here at AutoCamp. Founders Jenny and Patrick Ross will be serving local, fresh oysters from their family farm, plus hot lobster rolls during this special Pop-Up Raw Bar event. Walk up orders can be enjoyed until 7pm (or until the delicacies run out!). If you're an oyster fan, we've got more for you! Gratitude Juice Handmade will be popping up alongside the Raw Bar, selling oyster platters that you can use to enjoy that evening or for your own raw bar at home. Pre-order your favorites via the link below.Pre-Order
We literally had a dream vacation at AutoCamp. We were blown away by the attention to detail the staff offered us! It is the equivalent to staying at the Four Seasons but in a fabulous air stream! Everything is absolutely spotless and the grounds are pristine.—Hilary B
How far apart are the Airstreams?
All of our accommodations are at least 15 feet apart. Due to the unique topography of our property, the distance between the Airstreams and other suites is often more than 15 feet.
Are you pet friendly?
Yes! AutoCamp welcomes all well-behaved dogs with their owners for an additional fee of $75.00. There is a 2 dog maximum with a 80lb maximum weight each. Please note that not all accommodations are pet friendly.
How are you handling COVID-19?
The safety of our guests, staff, and local communities are our priority. AutoCamp properties were designed with your personal space in mind. Our founding philosophy is to help you escape the crowds and get closer to nature—a design that’s well-suited to socially-distanced travel. To ensure everyone’s health, we’ve also added new protocols like contactless check-in and virtual concierge.
For the most up to do information on how our team is handling Covid-19, please see here.
What Native Land Does AutoCamp Cape Cod Occupy?
AutoCamp Cape Cod is located on the unceded homelands of the Wampanoag and Nauset peoples in what is now Falmouth, Massachusetts. We honor and stand in solidarity with the Indigenous people whose land we occupy.