Cape Cod National Seashore
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Cape Cod National Seashore comprises 43,604 acres of shoreline and upland landscape features, including a forty-mile long stretch of pristine sandy beach, dozens of clear, deep, freshwater kettle ponds, and upland scenes that depict evidence of how people have used the land.
A variety of historic structures are within the boundary of the Seashore, including lighthouses, a lifesaving station, and numerous Cape Cod style houses.
The Seashore offers six swimming beaches, eleven self-guiding nature trails, and a variety of picnic areas and scenic overlooks. View a list of Cape Cod Beaches & Trails.
Beach entrance Fees:
$15 - Day
$3 - Day
$45 - Annual
Beach entrance fees are collected from late June through early September when lifeguards are on duty and on weekends/holidays from Memorial Day to late June and Labor Day through Columbus Day.
$15 is the daily vehicle fee,
$3 for pedestrians and bicylist.
$45 purchases a pass good for a calendar year fee season.
General NPS passes may be purchased at Salt Pond Visitor Center (daily March 1 through October 31, and on weekends November 1 through February) and at Province Lands Visitor Center (daily Memorial Day weekend through Labor Day weekend).
View a list of visitor centers & facilities.
Various Shoreline Locations, Cape Cod, MA map
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