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Spectacular!

Wonderful for walking the beach, enjoying a book and taking photos! Absolutely beautiful!You will... read more

Reviewed 1 week ago
Eastham1995
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Lee, Massachusetts
The Atlantic ocean - what more is there to say

Beautiful beach that is always changing especially due to winter storms. The dunes are eroding... read more

Reviewed February 14, 2018
capec0dtraveler
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Orleans, Massachusetts
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1 week ago
“Spectacular!”
14 Feb 2018
“The Atlantic ocean - what more is there to say”
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This four-mile waterway of tidal pools and marshes leads to more imposing Atlantic swells.
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Reviewed 1 week ago

Wonderful for walking the beach, enjoying a book and taking photos! Absolutely beautiful!You will see an occasional seal and maybe a shark. The foggy days are absolutely mesmerizing!

Thank Eastham1995
Reviewed February 14, 2018

Beautiful beach that is always changing especially due to winter storms. The dunes are eroding changing the landscape in front of the beach and on the dunes themselves.

Thank capec0dtraveler
Reviewed January 27, 2018 via mobile

A wide miles-long beach is great for walking, as well as finding shells and sea glass. The Atlantic Ocean is majestic and ever changing.

Thank SEWscout
Reviewed July 28, 2016

went to nauset inlet, near prsicilla's landing kn nauset heights, east orleans.....got 5 dozen quahogs...legal size in an hour and a half....great chowder, and grilled a dozen....fabulous spot!!!

Thank capecodbob41545
Reviewed July 10, 2016

I put my kayak in at the Hemenway Road boat ramp - easy in and out, with free parking (along the street - need a sticker for the lot). I paddled to the left, through Salt Pond Bay then Nauset Bay. Then south paralleling the...More

Thank Rob_from_MA
Reviewed October 24, 2015

Think about shooting this area from the coast guard station to the north. I found it best to use a 200-300 mm lens. Wonderful results!

Thank Pixelpanderer
Reviewed September 6, 2015

A beautiful microcosm of cape cod! Great place to Kayak and boat, fish and swim. Warmer than the ocean and really sweet. Lots of nice and classic cape cod homes. Cottages actually.

Thank FinnieF
Reviewed May 20, 2015

The Inlet is not Nauset or Coast Guard Beaches. Located in Eastham, and accessible only via boat or by walking north from Nauset Heights in Orleans, you will find a narrow slot in the barrier beach with a swiftly flowing current. Although beautiful, it can...More

4  Thank bruce p
Reviewed June 21, 2014

Just a stretch of water, that is like saying The Mona Lisa is just a picture. This little piece of water is peace and quiet, with a hint of magic and beauty thrown in to keep you spellbound. We just sat for an hour or...More

2  Thank Mike D
Reviewed April 14, 2013

Not much more to say other than it is a great place to look at. Get out and put your toes in the sand. Along with Nauset Beach this is Orleans at it's best. The snack shop at the beach has pretty good food too.

1  Thank DaleAnn V
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