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Our annual Oct. trip to the cape includes a picnic lunch here to enjoy the sun, walk on the beach and meet people from all over. The parking area on the north side is undergoing reconstruction, so it is limited at this time.
This time of year the beach is very low key, but a bit more crowded because of the holiday weekend. The parking lot has taken a big hit from the March 2018 storms. Lots of sea, sun and sand, nothing fancy. Gorgeous for quiet each...More
A delightful beach area with wonderful views all around. Many parking spots to the left as you enter but we prefer parking to the right that borders right on the beach with the best view of the Race Point Lighthouse. The parking lot was severely...More
Herring Cove is beset with conflicts - nature vs. pavement....It is a lovely location - maybe you can hang out in your car and watch the sun set, but even better is just get out of the car and go for a lovely, long walk....More
What else can I say- there are 2 locations we went to both. One is more mainstream with restrooms and food service available and the other is the "Gay" beach which is a bit of a hike from the road after a bike ride but...More
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The best way to see the whales up close is to go to Provincetown and take a whale watching trip from MacMillan Wharf. Nantucket is an island about 30 miles out of Hyannis. The Cape and Island Steamship Authority has ships... More
The best way to see the whales up close is to go to Provincetown and take a whale watching trip from MacMillan Wharf. Nantucket is an island about 30 miles out of Hyannis. The Cape and Island Steamship Authority has ships leaving for Nantucket about every hour. The high-speed ferry cost about $50.00. It only takes 1-1/2 to two hours for the Hyannis/Nantucket trip. Cape Cod has the Cape Cod Regional Transit Authority. Buses run from Wood's Hole in Falmouth to P-Town. A bus trip on any "fixed Route" is $2.00 or $1.00 for seniors. Hyannis has a trolley that makes a loop every 1/2 hour. The trolley cost $1.00 I hope this helps you.