MacMillan Wharf

MacMillan Wharf, Provincetown: Address, Phone Number, MacMillan Wharf Reviews: 4.5/5

MacMillan Wharf
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cargk
Utica, NY125 contributions
Sep 2021
Used the wharf for parking while going to dinner. Parking in the lots around town ranged from $20-$30 however we parked on the wharf and had dinner and did some walking around and the charge was only $7...Went back the next night and did the same thing and another $7 perfect for a quick trip there. Its $3.50 per hour. Worth it!
Written September 14, 2021
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Autumn M
Stamford, CT3,246 contributions
Jun 2021 • Family
There are small shops on the pier. The walk is beautiful and really let's you see the boats and shoreline. You are also able to take pics of the pilgrim tower.
Written June 24, 2021
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married96
Fernandina Beach, FL566 contributions
Jun 2021
Used the wharf to board the Dolphin Fleet for a whale watching journey. Restrooms are inside the terminal. Mask are required to enter.
Written June 20, 2021
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CATTSAR
Provincetown, MA21,127 contributions
Oct 2020
I had biked into town to run some errands and decided it was a perfect day to walk the pier. The views of the harbor, the town and the outer Cape are striking . This time of year the the water in the harbor shimmers and the backdrop of the sapphire blue sky provides an optimal background for the Pilgrim Monument and the buildings in town center. As you head down the pier, the right side is lined with shops full of local art. Further down are the kiosks that serve    as the offices for the whale watch, fishing charters and other attractions. Near the end of the pier is the Whydah Museum which tells a bit of local history and is complete with a gift shop. At the end of the pier are the ferry launches to Boston. This is a nice way to kill time while waiting for a table at the Lobster Pot.
Written October 11, 2020
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thoffay160@gmail.com
Kingston, NY36 contributions
Sep 2020
It's very convenient and accessible by car at 10mph. Drive out to the turnaround at the end and you get a good view of town and the bay.
Written September 25, 2020
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Rosemary F
New York City, NY37 contributions
Jul 2020
It's impossible to avoid, so walk down the wharf, check out the little stands proffering sails or artwork or kitsch, admire the boats, check out the beach (but not the best place to swim!! Walk down Commercial to other bay beaches). It's a bit like a boardwalk. P-town has so much more to offer, but ya gotta walk down the wharf sooner or later!
Written July 31, 2020
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jon g
Malden, MA10 contributions
Jul 2020
wanna b away on ur own. this is a great beach front location w/benches and picnic tables. nathrooms nearby.
Written July 11, 2020
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Northern_Traveler00
Boston, MA53,489 contributions
Jul 2020
P Town was busy this weekend, but a short walk on a long pier got us away from crowds and into cooling breezes. Most of the artisan shops were closed, but the fishing and pleasure boats were in and the tour boats were mostly operating.
Written July 5, 2020
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billcarp
bridgewater44 contributions
Dec 2019
The historical beauty and significance of this spot and its' Bohemian shops reflect in part the character of what Provincetown is!
Written January 8, 2020
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KeithLampmanPerlman
Provincetown, MA89 contributions
Aug 2019 • Couples
The wharf is filled with tourists coming and going on the two ferries to/from Boston. Just that, is often a sight to see!
It is lined with boats (a couple of yachts, in season), kids swimming, shacks where artists sell their crafts, and excursion opportunities.
Written December 15, 2019
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