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We took a picnic dinner to Paine's Creek around 6:30 PM in August. After 4 PM you can park at the beach without a permit. There is walkway that I could easily roll on in my wheelchair and sit at the edge of the beach...More
We’re here at low tide and the beach goes out soooo far you can barely see the people at the shoreline. The creek still flows at low tide so it’s a great place for kids to play in the shallow water. Need a Brewster Parking...More
Probably the prettiest little beach we visited during our week on the Cape. Very small parking area, and no parking along the access road, so this can be a hit and miss adventure if you are driving. Paine's Creek actually meets the bay here, and...More
This beach is my favorite Cape beach hands down. The massive granite rocks are your first view of the beach. If you come at high tide, there are beautiful inlets and lots of areas to swim. Kids jump and run all over the huge granite...More
Scurried over to Paine's Creek, as it was close to our great Bed & Breakfast venue. It was only about a mile from Brewster by the Sea, where we had been staying. Since it was low tide people with dogs could be seen about a...More
Paine's Creek is arguably the best spot in Brewster to see a sunset. Been coming there for years. The only reason i gave it four instead of five stars is because erosion and winter storms haven't been kind to this spot - so parking can...More
We stopped by Paines Creek at high tide, it was nice, scenic, windy and cool so we didn't stay too long but did return the next day at low tide. Surreal. Definitely. Go at low tide. Take your kids and some toys and go. There...More