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Each a treasure of its own, the beaches along
the Cape Cod National Seashore are open for
the enjoyment of mindful beach-goers. Six are
run by the National Park Service, with several
others municipally run. With easy access off
Route 6, most beaches are well used in the
summer. Some have paid public parking while
others require a resident sticker. Below are
highlights from four of the most popular.
race point beach, provincetown
Named after its fierce riptides, look for
surfacing whales and seals at this iconic
destination. It’s at the very end of Route 6;
there is paid public parking.
coast guard beach, truro
An escape from the rest of the world, the
beach allows you to enjoy only the sound of
the waves. A beach sticker is required.
marconi beach, wellfleet
This beach is famous for its steep, 40-foot
scarp (sand cliff ), guarding the flat, expansive
strand. Located off of Route 6, paid public
parking is available.
nauset beach, orleans
Widely popular for fishing and surfing, Nauset
is a destination for both tourists and residents.
Get there early to claim a parking spot.
— melissa durkee
; Race Point Beach
; Head of the Meadow Beach
; Coast Guard Beach
; Longnook Beach
; Ballston Beach