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I’ve been coming to this beach since I was a little kid and it’s still my favorite beach on the cape. The gray seal population has exploded over the years which makes for fascinating viewing. Of course you’ll hear about shark sittings but don’t be...More
We have enjoyed Head of the Meadow Beach in the past but this visit was so stinky. We walked further past the brackish water to try to escape the smell but often it came our way. The flying bugs were also a bit obnoxious this...More
Friends and I have been coming to Head of the Meadow for as long as I can remember. Great meeting spot, great beach, only complaint is it can get quite crowded in the summer months. Each season we come back, the winter high tides alter...More
One of our favorite beaches in the cape. Over the years we have been to many beaches with our young kids, Head of the Meadow ranks high on the list. Get there early by 10am before it gets filled up to see the stunning big...More
One of the real beauties of this part of the world is the Cape Cod National Seashore, and one of the gems of the National Seashore is Head of The Meadow. This is an easily-accessed beach that edges the Atlantic Ocean. It's family-friendly, with lots...More
There are so many reasons to love this beach- it’s beautiful, it’s easy to get on (once you drive to truro!), there’s lifeguards, and there’s something for everyone- waves, tide pools, large Sandbar/pond that fills up with the tide (free of seals/sharks!). But if you’re...More
A great beach for every one. Great waves, calm water golden sand and enough space for very one.
Seals swimming just off shore and a visit from a baby seal on one of the afternoons we were there. Good parking, free after 4pm and not...More
Ok, now I know saying this is the best beach on the Cape will for sure ruffle some feathers because everyone truly has their favorite spot, and I respect and dig that. For my money, the best beach on the Cape is in fact Head...More
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We did not see any stinky seaweed. And sharks... well, they’re in the ocean, so yes, they are present. BUT- HOM has a large inlet that fills up as the tide comes in and gets quite deep, so that would be the option for... More
We did not see any stinky seaweed. And sharks... well, they’re in the ocean, so yes, they are present. BUT- HOM has a large inlet that fills up as the tide comes in and gets quite deep, so that would be the option for those afraid to go in the open water.
No. The elevation difference is very little from the parking lot to the beach area. There's a long mat starting at the parking lot to walk along until your on the beach. The water receades a little bit during low tide so... More
No. The elevation difference is very little from the parking lot to the beach area. There's a long mat starting at the parking lot to walk along until your on the beach. The water receades a little bit during low tide so more walking is required if you desire sitting close to the waves.