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We have been walking Scorton Creek for some time throughout the year, and it remains our go to place for a quick bit of exercise. It is simply gorgeous at any time of year-with plenty of walking paths that could keep you going for a...More
Check out this gem, bring your dog, bring your loved ones, walk and enjoy the outdoors! Friendly walkers mostly with dogs off leash (some on) and amazing views of this slice of heaven we call cape cod.
Scorton creek in east Sandwich is a fun place to visit in the summer. Rt 6-A crosses the creek at Scorton Creek bridge, a place where people (usually young and daring) jump off into the flowing water. Jumping off Scorton Creek bridge has become something...More
What you can see of the marsh from Route 6A is greatly expanded when you drop a kayak in and explore it up close. Be careful of the tides as you'll need the higher water to travel all the inlets down as far as Jones...More
At high tide, you are able to kayak for miles. It is so much fun to bring a cooler full of some cold beverages and go exploring through the many different inlets and see the landscape from another perspective. You can easily dock up by...More
Check the paper for local tides and at high tides it is fun to jump off the 6A bridge, have done it since the 80s living right down the street. Can also float down the creek to town neck beach when the tide is going...More
This is a place so beautiful it looks like a living painting. When you come over the Sagamore Bridge don't stay on the Mid Cape Highway take Route 6A to wherever you're going as you don't want to miss seeing one of the most beautiful...More
We rented a beautiful home on Fort Hill Road through Beach Realty. The creek was so much fun. Especially at high tide jumping off the bridge. The right of passage :) We kayaked and canoed all week. The little ones caught little crabs while we...More