Amazing time in Cape cod !!! Was the first time we went and we definitely going back !! Water is pretty cold but its beautiful!! Lighthouse around a lot !! If you want to go to nauset beach ( where is the famous Cape cod...More
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Great National Park. We just love the National Park System. Where else can you go to see so much for so little? Salt Pond Visitor Center is very informative with a small museum, short movie on the history of the Cape, and gift shop. Tram...More
Thoroughly enjoyed the golden sand dunes and the amazing views of the Atlantic Ocean. We also made a trip to the nearby Provincetown, a town full of energy and great places to eat and lots of activities like kayaking and canoeing.
We went to the Nauset Lighthouse beach in the National seashore. There are many other beaches - some of which are town operated . There are 3 - i believe under the full auspices of the national park service. The beach we went to allows...More
Eastham visitor center is a great place to see how cape cod was formed, native peoples and later fishermen and their stories. Wonderful museum and reasonably priced gift shop. Get your national park pass there too. Very interesting and informative.
Being a landlubber from the plains, I really liked the beach. It was rugged and beautiful. They do a great job of not allowing littering. The sand is beautiful. Spending the day here would be very pleasant.
This is a great experience as all the beaches are different with their own personalities. Seals, crabs, fish, shells, stones, cliffs, dunes - the National Seashore has it all. There are trolleys to some beaches, great parking, accessibility, change rooms and bathrooms. Hop in the...More