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Nice beach with restrooms and changing rooms. Lots of area for finding a quieter space I’d imagine in the summer months. No charge at this time of year so can’t comment on the normal pay to park rates.
Race Point Beach is accessed from the Province Lands Visitor Center. It is a beautiful beach with ample parking, we were there in October and parking was free. My understanding is that if you have a National Park’s Senior Pass the parking fee is waived...More
We couldn't get over the number of dead small fish on this beach, apparently they are chased up there instead of getting eaten by the big fish! Shame! load of sea shell and weed too, well worth a visit.
I travel with 2 small dogs and the town was too busy to walk around with them so I thought I would try the beach. They are AZ dogs and had never seen sand ..what fun they had. The beach was clean and it looked...More
Race Point is a National Seashore, and it is nothing less than spectacular. Any visit to Ptown should include a visit here. You can walk along the sea shore, lounge, eat or whatever, just know, there are no commercial enterprises as the area is protected,...More
We recently went to the outer banks with my sons in laws and they could tell I did not like it.mthey have never been to the cape and tried to explain the difference. The beaches on the outer banks are linear. Just a straight line...More
This is the cape cod beach in your dreams.
Great sand and beach combing.
There is a plastic run way to the beach to assist handicap people with access.
Bring your own beach chairs or towels.
Blankets are an added bonus when the wind comes...More
We visited on a brisk, but beautiful day so not many people were present. There were about 11-15 seals swimming at the shoreline; fun to watch, but a strong indicator NOT to go into the water! Too cold anyway. This is a great beach to...More
$20. per day is correct. There are other passes available that work out to be cheaper if you plan to visit the Nation Seashore beaches for 5 days or more. They are available at the entrance gate to the parking lot from the... More
$20. per day is correct. There are other passes available that work out to be cheaper if you plan to visit the Nation Seashore beaches for 5 days or more. They are available at the entrance gate to the parking lot from the Park Rangers.