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Parken en natuur in Cape Cod

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Garden
“Bring the kids for a Day full of creative activities and outdoor fun. Experience 100 acres of gardens, nature trails, art exhibits and more. Great classical car exhibit, something for everyone. ”
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Park
“A must-visit for campers and nature lovers. Enjoy the beautiful crystal clear ponds.”
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History Museum
“Its right around the corner and offers an amazing amount of information on the town your spending time in”
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Beach
“The National Seashore takes up a large part of the "hook" at the end of P'town. Several beaches (Race Point and Herring Cove). Entry fees, reasonable. Nature center/tower over Race Point Beach. Lots of parking.”
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Science Museum
“A wealth of information is located at the visitors center. Not to mention hiking and biking trails, beaches, and nature preserves. ”
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Nature Preserve
“Birders flock to Mass Audubon's 940-acre sanctuary, where 5 miles of trails cross tidal creeks, salt marshes and beaches. The most popular is the Goose Pond Trail (1.5-mile round-trip), which leads out to a salt marsh and offers abundant opportunities for spotting marine and bird life. The sanctuary also offers guided walks and kayaking tours, seal cruises and summer kids' programs.”
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Park
“Named for Thornton Burgess, author of classic children's books such as Peter Rabbit, this nature center is great for the whole family. Tour the gardens, go on a short hike, view a real bee hive behind glass, visit the children's building for crafts, story time, and many rescued live animals on display. Check the website for program schedule and times.”
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Park
“Park and explore many woodsy but cleared trails. Some signage helps guide you to punch bowls where you can swim. Popular place for walking dogs.”
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Speeltuinen

Playground
“The Sandwich Marina and the Cape Cod Canal are must-sees while staying in Sandwich. This is a very active marina with lots of pleasure and commercial craft passing through. As an active marina, the marina offers sights of fish being unloaded, tug boats pushing barges, and large cruise ships passing through on their way to Nova Scotia or New York City. There are multiple eating and drinking options at the marina, including a new restaurant being constructed as of this writing in May 2016.”
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Playground
“Wonderful community friendly resource. Great children's section. Historic talks and book clubs, children's activities.”
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Stranden

Beach
“Nauset Beach is part of the Cape Cod National Seashore. Parking is free after 4:30 pm and worth the trip to experience the vista of waves and long expanse of beach. You will surely see seals and surfers alike.”
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Beach
“This is one of the top beaches on all of Cape Cod and it is only a 3 minute drive from your rental. Truly stunning beach with plenty of parking”
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Lighthouse
“An active coast guard area, you can't usually tour the lighthouse but you can get rather close to see the building and the great overlook onto the beach and water below. They have some cool displays about different coast guard rescues and the trip the pilgrims took (before they landed in plymouth). This spot is great for sun rises if you get up early or even great colors at sunset (as the sun sets behind you).”
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Beach
“The National Seashore takes up a large part of the "hook" at the end of P'town. Several beaches (Race Point and Herring Cove). Entry fees, reasonable. Nature center/tower over Race Point Beach. Lots of parking.”
  • Door 33 locals aangeraden
Beach
“Tide pools, walk about a quarter of a mile out at low tide, the best sunsets on the Cape”
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Beach
“A fantastic beach to spend time on, but ride share to get there, as parking is tough.”
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Beach
“We love this nearby beach. Just a short drive (about 5 minutes) and excellent parking right at beachside (no lugging everything from the car). Snack bar, frequent ice cream trucks, shells, and a mile long beach to walk, this is one of our favorites to visit in the afternoon and stay through dinner, with a picnic and drinks!”
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Beach
“Another one of our favorite beaches. Great for families and solo travelers alike!”
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Wandelpaden

Wandelpad
“Great walk along the bay side beach at low tide.... shells, solitude, and great sunsets!”
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Wandelpad
“The trail is along the Cape Cod National Seashore and has information on the Nauset Tribe that use to live there in the 1600's and 1700's.”
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Wandelpad
“Beautiful conservation area with walking trails through the sandy dunes down to the beach. ”
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Wandelpad
“The White Cedar Swamp Trail is pretty special. A meandering trail in the cedar swamp is a must do in Wellfleet.”
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Wandelpad
“Ellisville Harbor offers a unique coastal experience . Explore the rolling meadows and red pine forest. You can see fishing boats and even harbor seals from the shoreline, even in the winter months. "This is a great setting. An easy hiking trail (3/4 mile approx) to a sand and rock beach. Looking out you see sea lions swimming and resting on the rocks. If you are adventurous, you can walk out on the rocks, at low tide, to get even closer to the action. Easy hike with some small hills- not good for strollers or ones with walking conditions- too many roots from trees on path. If in the area- definitely worth the trip." free parking”
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Wandelpad
“Beech forest is a great way to enjoy nature and seeing birds and natural wildlife to Provincetown. Walk around the lake and take in the picturesque setting. ”
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Wandelpad
“Great bike trail for the full family. Different access points. Starts in Dennis and goes all the way up to Wellfleet”
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Bike Trail
“The paved trail is a huge network of trails. Often shaded, fresh water lakes and pretty forests.”
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