How long is the Great Island Trail?

How long is the Great Island Trail?

3.9-8.8 miles
Length: 3.9-8.8 miles round trip (3.9 for tavern loop round trip to parking area; 8.8 for round trip to Jeremy Point overlook including tavern loop.) Allow three to five hours to explore Great Island. Location: Corner of Griffin Island and Chequessett Neck Road.

Where is the gut in Wellfleet?

Great Island
Wellfleet, MA The Gut is a quiet and fairly isolated stretch of beach heading out towards Great Island on the bay side in Wellfleet. It is not easily accessible and it is a bit of a walk from the trail head. However, it is well worth it! A great spot for fishing, boating and searching for seashells.

How much does it cost to go to the Cape Cod National Seashore?

For a one time fee of $10 dollars, if you are over 62, you can buy a pass that will give you lifetime access to all the National Parks which require entry fees. This is called the America the Beautiful Pass (formerly known as the Golden Age Pass). This includes all the National Seashore beaches on the Outer Cape.

Is the Cape Cod seashore Open?

Cape Cod National Seashore is open year-round. During the busy summer season, all roads and facilities are open and a full range of programs are available to enjoy. From November through April, some visitor facilities are closed.

How long is Hatches Harbor trail?

3.3 mile
Hatches Harbor and Race Point Lighthouse is a 3.3 mile moderately trafficked out and back trail located near Provincetown, Massachusetts that offers the chance to see wildlife and is good for all skill levels. The trail is primarily used for hiking, walking, nature trips, and bird watching.

Is Mt Watatic open?

The Mount Watatic Reservation is open to the public for non-motorized recreation including hiking, nature watching, mountain biking, snowshoeing and skiing.

How long is Hatches Harbor Trail?

How do I get to Long Point Lighthouse?

The fastest, and easiest, way to the tip of the cape is with a 20-minute Long Point shuttle from Flyer’s Boat Rentals. During the high season, this ferry leaves from MacMillian Pier every hour, on the hour. In the off-season, ferries run every two hours.

What are the 6 Cape Cod National Seashore beaches?

The park service has named six beaches along the treasured seashore. From south to north, they are Coast Guard, Nauset Light, Marconi, Head of the Meadow, Race Point, and Herring Cove.

Are Cape Cod National Seashore beaches free?

Cape Cod National Seashore Beaches Cape Cod National Seashore begins charging entry fees on Memorial Day weekend. But they’re only charged on the weekend from Memorial Day until mid-June. Then, they begin charging every day until after Labor Day. Herring Cove and Race Point in Provincetown.

Is Cape Cod a safe crime?

According to the FBI, the safest towns in the area are Sandwich, Brewster, Bourne, Harwich, and Mashpee. Not only is Sandwich the safest town but also the oldest in Cape Cod being incorporated in 1639. The overall crime rate in this town is 1.11%.

What do you need to know about Cape Cod national seashore?

The Cape Cod National Seashore is miles long and encompasses several beaches, hiking trails, historical sites, picnic areas and so much more. You really need to spend some time on their website and decide what you are going to take in and on what days. It is beautifully maintained, has public restrooms and ample parking throughout.

Where to find the Great Island in Cape Cod?

Location: Corner of Griffin Island and Chequessett Neck Road. From Route 6, follow green signs to Wellfleet Center; turn left onto East Commercial Street (follow signs to Wellfleet Harbor); continue along the shoreline from town pier via Chequessett Neck Road to the Great Island parking area.

Are there hiking trails at Cape Cod national seashore?

In addition to miles of beaches that provide a wonderful walking environment, there are twelve walking trails at the seashore that are open year round. Pets are prohibited on self-guiding trails year-round except for the Woods Walk at the Highlands Center in Truro, and the Great Island Trail (in areas designated by trail signs) in Wellfleet.

Which is the best part of Cape Cod?

Cape Cod National Seashore is a beautiful stretch of beaches and undeveloped seashore. The Salt Pond Visitor Center should be your first stop. Very helpful rangers will help you plan your visit. There is also a great 15-minute film.

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