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This beach is very nice and you can find shells on this beach. It could be a problem for people who have difficulty walking on sand because it is an uphill walk to get to the beach. Very nice beach and seals do come around...More
This is our favorite beach in Truro. Its clean, guarded and 100% pure nature with the beautiful ocean breakers and sand dunes. This year there is a big safety focus on the sharks with lots of warning signs and even Severe Bleeding first aid kits!...More
I come here every year and often time the beach is different due to winter storms . This make our annual visit here even better as we wonder what we will find each year ! No matter what old man winter does to the beach...More
Great beach. Kids love it. Nice sandy beach with moderate wave action. Ice cream truck comes twice a day. Lifeguards on duty. If you like camping there is a camp ground within walking distance. 15 minutes. Daughter and family Love to camp.
This is our new favorite beach. The kids loved the tidal pool and being able to skimboard. The water was clear and not freezing. We saw a couple seals swimming by. Very nice clean beach but rocky towards the edge of the water
Wide swath of beach backed by dunes, lots of fishing boats not too far offshore. FYI parking lot isn't that big compared to the wide expanse of beach! Best for mildly energetic folks, as the walk from the parking lot to the beach is on...More
This review concerns the National Seashore side. The beachfront is shared with the Town of Truro, whose beach is just south.. Separate access, parking, life guards. But it's the same beautiful ocean whichever side you're on! And of course once you are planted in the...More
The Head of the Meadow Beach has soothing soft sands and if you look closely, you can see small groups of seals bobbing up and down in the water. This is part of the national shoreline and is all natural beach. A must see if...More
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We did not see any stinky seaweed. And sharks... well, they’re in the ocean, so yes, they are present. BUT- HOM has a large inlet that fills up as the tide comes in and gets quite deep, so that would be the option for... More
We did not see any stinky seaweed. And sharks... well, they’re in the ocean, so yes, they are present. BUT- HOM has a large inlet that fills up as the tide comes in and gets quite deep, so that would be the option for those afraid to go in the open water.
No. The elevation difference is very little from the parking lot to the beach area. There's a long mat starting at the parking lot to walk along until your on the beach. The water receades a little bit during low tide so... More
No. The elevation difference is very little from the parking lot to the beach area. There's a long mat starting at the parking lot to walk along until your on the beach. The water receades a little bit during low tide so more walking is required if you desire sitting close to the waves.