Only a few miles from the motel, Cape Cod National Seashore is a 40-mile stretch of some of the most beautiful beaches in the world, ponds, marshes and dunes on Outer Cape Coastline. Lined with historic landmarks, buildings, nature and biking trails, protected nesting areas, old lighthouses, and wild cranberry bogs, the Seashore is a sanctuary for sun tanning on the beach, swimming, boating, sailing, whale watching excursions and coastal adventure. The seashore offers a look into Cape Cod's rich past and ongoing culture.
Parking lots - 6am - Midnight, daily
Salt Pond Visitor Center - 9am - 4:30pm, daily
Province Lands Visitor Center - 9 am - 5pm, daily
Daily vehicle - $15
Pedestrians, bicyclists - $3
Annual pass - $45
Oceans Futures Series
Under the Tent
Biking & Hiking
Boating, Sailing & Swimming
Guided Ranger Tours
Whale Watching Trips
Cape Cod Beaches
Cape Cod’s beaches are considered among the best in the world. The beaches feature forty miles of sandy beach with marsh, lighthouses, wild cranberry bogs, swimming beaches, and biking and hiking trails.
The Outer Cape Coastline
The Outer Cape features 559.6 miles of unspoiled coastline with many beautiful sandy beaches for visitors to enjoy.
What activities are available at the Cape Cod National Seashore?
Cape Cod National Seashore is a year-round recreation destination for swimming, surfing, walking, biking, windsurfing, picnicking and biking. Visitors can explore the park with guided ranger programs and tours designed to suit all types of activities and interest.
What is the history of the Cape Cod National Seashore?
Cape Cod is close to 18,000 years old, but its history includes an assortment of people, events and places from a time that is now just a memory. From its creation to the establishment of its National Seashore, Cape Cod is a part of our national heritage.