Beautiful view of the entrance of the Cape Cod Canal. I visit almost daily at different times of the day. I'm vey grateful to be able to live in area of such great beauty.
I visit every morning. It is beautiful all year long, and loads of fun for all in the summer; kyaking, fishing off the bridge, catching crabs, jumping in the water at high tide, and just plain strolling. I have lived all over the world and always come back home to the boardwalk.
This area is beautiful any time of year, but exceptional in the fall. The marshes turn orange/yellow and the contrast with the water is beautiful. Off season no pass is needed to park. During winter, someone puts a Christmas tree on the bridge, and people decorate with shells, starfish etc....lovely.
Visiting the Sandwich boardwalk was not our first choice during our trip, but we absolutely loved it as soon as we got there. This long path is very unique, very simple and yet one of the most beatiful trails if you want to take a walk and enjoy nature. The path is well maintaine since it was recently rebuilt, and... More
Boardwalk was a great walk with kids - we went at low tide, late in the afternoon. Interesting way to see sand dunes up close - you are walking up and over them, essentially. Beach sand is soft and we had to take shoes off to walk along the beach. Views are lovely, and we got a few good family... More
This was a nice walk down through the marsh and ended at the beach. It was low tide when we went so I don't know what it's like at high tide. It's not a very long walk and understand it's a boardwalk down to the beach, not along the beach although you could also walk on the beach if you... More
This is no commercial strip. We are treated to postcard-worthy views of dunes, marshes, and a creek. We arrive at low tide and take a few pictures and return at high tide for more. The difference is astounding! You will be amazed. We laster learn that the Sandwich Boardwalk is ranked number 8 of the National Geographic’s top 10 boardwalks.... More
This was constructed through public donation and each plank bears the name of someone so a nostalgic walk across the marshes to the beach . The Boardwalk a testament to resilliance as it was destroyed by storms and had to be replaced last year. The views are spectacular , birdlife in abundance and a quiet beach to sit and recharge
We took our children to explore the boardwalk and beach on a day trip to Cape Cod. It was a great place to relax and enjoy the scenery. We took some awesome photos while climbing on the jetty. It was free on the day we visited in September. I loaded Boardwalk St. into our GPS and had no trouble finding... More
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