Beautiful place with wonderful overlook. I didn't have the time to explore but definitely on my bucket list
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Yikes, be careful and don't swim here too far (or at all). Great White Sharks come there. It's pretty and very undeveloped, although enough people were there. It was not crowded in October, no umbrellas, etc. I really liked it. The restrooms are close and...More
Sand, water, a blue plastic carpet that guides you to the beach, and an old life saving station. The water is the deepest blue.
Walked the beach and saw so many adorable seals that were super close to shore. I've done the bike path here as well and it was very fun and a good workout.
Get there early each evening to get a good parking space and watch the magnificent sunsets. Parking is right on the beach so on windy, cold days you can sit in your car and still watch the surf.
mid 70's temp, water high 60s, a great beach to hike and ocean to swim, or just Wade in the Water! Good biking roads surround it too!
The beach, dunes, OFF ROAD, and lighthouses will wow. Fall visit quiet very empty. Pack a lunch or snack and go for a really long walk, watch the tides, and wind direction. No high rises, empty beaches, and the quiet we all long for in...More
Been to the Cape for 30 years and my first time out at Race Point Beach. What a beautiful area. Great Waves and miles of Beach. Great for a walk. Nice center with bathroom and changing facilities. Can take vehicles. Just tranquil and a must...More
I am a Cape Codder and still find this Beach exciting and interesting...don't miss it when you come to the Cape.