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Shawme Crowell State Forrest Campground, Sandwich, Cape Cod, MA
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Shawme Crowell campground at the beginning of Cape Code has over 285 sites among rooling, wooded hills. More than 15 miles of roads and trails provide hiking and equestrian access to over 700 acres of pitch pine and scrub oak. Shawme Crowell is a great place to camp while exploring the Cape in any season.

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