Grab some lunch to-go and hit Provincetown’s newest bayside park, behind 389 Commercial St. While plans are in the works for permanent vegetation and seating, the park’s picnic tables and stairs to the beach provide a perfect place to eat, swim, play on the beach, and relax.
Provincetown Harbor is stunning from every angle.
While Provincetown heats up, ponds in the Cape Cod National Seashore swell with vegetation.
The first snow of the season didn’t stop this fellow from delivering food and coffee to the other end of Provincetown.
The sun setting over Provincetown lends the clouds a rose hue.
The sand sparkles in the rising sun at Coast Guard Beach in North Truro.
This turkey is getting into the Halloween spirit in the Alden Street Cemetery as it fattens itself up for a Provincetown Thanksgiving.
Who else loves exploring the dunes around Cape Cod?
The Atlantic Ocean drops all sorts of things on the beach which are worth exploring.
There’s nothing better than being picked up at the John Bennett courtesy dock at McMillan Pier for a day on the sea.