I visited False Cape SP on a tour. Because of the tour, my access to the park was via tram. Otherwise, you would have to park vehicle at Little Island Park for overnight visits or Back Bay parking lot for day visits then walk, bike or paddle through Back Bay to FCSP. Note: NO overnight parking allowed in the Back Bay lot. The difficult access makes this park lightly visited (compared to other state parks) but False Cape is unique and worth a visit. Check the website for tram and terragator transportation opportunities as well as special event offerings to have easier park access. The tram ride was scenic and our Ranger provided information about Back Bay NWR and FCSP along the way. We spent time in Wash Woods, a section of the park that was once a community, only the Methodist church steeple and graveyard remain. Snow covered the ground on the day we toured FCSP. We returned via the terragator along the beach for a fun ride, dolphin could be seen enjoying the surf. The Visitor Center is well stocked, gift shop, restrooms, brochures, and all staff were friendly and helpful.
You can hike, bike, and paddle and FCSP is a wonderful spot for birders.
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