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- - America's National Seashores/Lakeshores
- - US National Park Service National Park Guide
- - America's Most-Visited Tourist Attractions - forbestraveler
- - Everybody Hates a Tourist: New England
- - US and Canada National Parks, Monuments, Historic Sites
- - National Seashores, Lakeshores, Rivers
- - Massachusetts Beaches
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I made a point of getting our sticker this year as soon as we settled in our summer home on the Cape. Later that same day we went to Herring Cove Beach, which is past Provincetown. It was a lovely day and the beach was empty (in mid June it’s still pretty cool and the winds were incredibly strong that day.
I remember sitting on the sane wrapped in a blanket, watching my children run after the sandpipers and hunt for crabs and felt such a sense of peace and homecoming. I love the Cape and it’s beaches more than any other location on the planet. I’m blessed that it has been my second home for so many, many years.over 5 years ago
Cape Cod National Seashore is that last spit of land that reaches out to hug Massachusetts Bay. The inner shore isn’t part of the protected area. Four towns including Provincetown are in it, but the other tourist towns closer to the canal aren’t. [Not that we’re really checking, but if it makes for a good excuse to visit again, be my guest…]over 6 years ago
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