Our family spent one day exploring the national seashore. What a beautiful place! Lots of pretty overlooks and historical sites. Gorgeous place!
About Cape Cod National Seashore
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If you have young children, and have the chance, pay for the "Fish, snails & horseshoe crab takes" excursion. It is fairly inexpensive ($6 per adult and $4 per child). We did this fun and educational excursion with our children (ages 7 and 9). The...More
Your appreciation of the Cape Cod National Seashore will depend on whether or not you have an appreciation for natural wonders. The Cape Cod Seashore is not just one site but a series of beaches and sites extending basically the full length of Cape Cod....More
If you are going to be on the Cape for an extended period of time, purchasing an annual pass for the CC National Seashore is a great value compared to purchasing a parking pass for one town's beaches. The pass gives you access to all...More
When visiting Cape Cod and interested in a great beach, our favorite is the beach at Cape Cod National Seashore; very clean, uncrowded, plenty of parking and we enjoyed watching seals playing in the waves just off shore.
Every beach here is more spectacular than the last, and there is so much shore that if you are willing to walk a bit you can always find enough space to feel like you have some privacy. The information centers have great rangers and guides,...More
It's a favorite on Cape Cod for good reason - the cliff-like dunes behind the beach provide a unique backdrop and counterpoint to the ocean. It's amazingly beautiful. The walk down to the beach is down a long a pretty neat staircase, so definitely not...More
There are two visitor centers: one just past Easton, the other near Provincetown. Eastham was the more informative and the rangers were incredibly helpful. There are a variety of walks, of various lengths, and skill levels; and the video, at the Eastham location, gave us...More
Lots to do at the Cape Cod National Seashore. If you are headed out from the mid Cape area, the first stop should be the visitors center in Eastham, as they are exceptionally helpful and can point out any events or items that may enhance...More