We love taking a stroll on beautiful Herring Cove Beach!
Between schooners, seals and waves, there’s a lot to see at Long Point.
Get away and enjoy the serenity of High Head beach in North Truro.
Grab those rakes and head to the flats to dig up clams now that the open season is upon us, just make sure you have a permit.
Long Point is a serene beach and a great place to see seals, but don’t get in the water when they’re swimming by.
Warm spring weather has it looking like summer on Provincetown’s bay beaches.
Did you know that you can actually spend a night at The Race Point Light Station? The keeper’s house, built in 1876, has been completely renovated and can accommodate up to ten guests.
Even at low tide, the Atlantic Ocean is making waves at Race Point Beach in Provincetown.
If you are a hiker, you will love heading over to High Head Beach! From Provincetown, head South on Route 6. Just past the Outer Reach Resort (on the left), you will see a sign marked High Head Road. Take a left onto the gravel road and when you come to a fork in the road, don’t go up the hill. Stay to the left. You will see a small parking area with a portable restroom. Walk down the sandy road (closer to the parking area) for about 15 minutes. You will soon come to a beautiful beach with breathtaking views. The only way to get to the beach is by climbing down a steep sandy dune, but it will be well worth it. During the summer months there are hundreds of seals on the sandbars-a view you will never forget. A Truro beach sticker is required at this beach and parking is very limited.