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Provincetown Beaches
at the National Seashore

While we were driving north in Cape Cod to Provincetown, on Hwy 6, we came across beach signs.

We followed the roads because we wanted to see what the beaches looked like.

But alas, we were stopped at entrance gates each time.

When we got to Provincetown, there were so many motels built right next to each other, that it seemed the motels owned the beaches. In other words, there wasn't any access points.

Cove Beach entrance, Provincetown

Herring Cove Beach entrance

Race Point Beach Provincetown

When we drove up to the Race Point entrance there was another sign that says, "Race Point Oversand Permit." Also, the Provincetown airport is next to Race Point Beach.

Race Point beach entrance

Also see the National Seashore sand dunes, and the fees for the National Seashore beaches.

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Provincetown Beaches
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