Cape Cod National Seashore

Wild and windswept, the Cape Cod National Seashore stretches for 40 miles on the eastern edge of Massachusetts. Relax on the white sand beaches of the Atlantic Ocean, or stroll for miles along the peaceful shoreline. Spend your days touring lighthouses, hiking salt marshes, and swimming at six different beaches. Between sunbathing and paddling sessions, you'll find a variety of fascinating historic sites that mark the cultures that have made their homes on the Cape. 

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Things To Do Near Cape Cod National Seashore

The Cape Cod National Seashore offers an interesting blend of natural beauty and historic sites. Relax on the beach, learn about the Native American and European history, or get active on land or sea. No matter where you go, you're never far from restaurants, shopping, and museums.

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How To Get To Cape Cod National Seashore

The Cape Cod National Seashore is located on a peninsula on the far eastern edge of Massachusetts. The fastest way to get there is to take I-495 east to Highway 6 east, which runs just west of the seashore. A number of small side roads connect you to all of the access points on the beach. The seashore is open year round with the busy season occurring from June to September. Some of the buildings, including the visitors center, are closed from November through April.


99 Marconi Site Road, Wellfleet, MA 02667

Fee: Entry fee (per vehicle) $25.0

Fee: Entry fee (per pedestrian or bike) $10.0

Fee: Entry fee (per motorcycle) $15.0

Rich in history and natural beauty, the Cape Cod National Seashore is fun for the whole family. To get the most from the gorgeous landscape, RV camping is the best way to visit. From your campsite, the dunes, forests, and beaches are within easy reach.