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Provincetown : parcs et nature

Meilleurs parcs

Parc
“The breakwater at the end of the Park is an amazing place to swim at High Tide. A best kept secret with locals. At high tide, walk down the breakwater about 1/2 way and swim on the RIGHT side. The filtered water is warmer, completely protected from sharks, crystal clear, and placid. Put a towel down on the rocks and spend 30 minutes or 2 hours there. Careful entering as rocks can be slippery.”
  • Recommandé par 2 habitants
Trail
“I still immensely love this place after all these years. There are walking trails and biking trails. The biking trails continue to please after all these years...”
  • Recommandé par 2 habitants
Parc
“This is one of the most beautiful sights in Provincetown. A 30 minute walk across this expansive scenery will surely leave you at peace. Once you make it to the other side, the Atlantic Ocean opens up and you are standing on the beach by yourself listening to the waves crash. Direction are as follows: You take Snail Road (the road that the Harbor Hotel is on) Take Snail Road to Route 6 intersection. And directly infront off you, you will see two parking spaces that lead to a walk underneath the trees. You can park in these parking places and if they are both taken you can park on the side of the highway. ”
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Furniture / Home Store
“This store feels magical and embraces all that is wonderful about Provincetown! Unique gifts for the home and garden! ”
  • Recommandé par 1 habitant
Dog Run
“Amazing Dog park! Let your little friend run free in their fenced, large dog park. Water on site. Small dog/large dog separate areas. ”
  • Recommandé par 1 habitant

Plages

Beach
“Provincetown National seashore treasure on the tip of the Cape Herring Cove gives you everything you crave in a Cape Cod beach: picturesque dunes, miles of deep, hot sand, clean bathrooms and changing rooms, and a healthy mix of families and couples, both gay and straight. Parking can be a bear in July and August (especially during Bear Week), so the far better choice is to hit the nearby bike trail for a bit, then lock up your two-wheeler for a well-earned dip. If you crave even more pre-beach exercise, there are dune hikes aplenty (with far fewer clandestine sex acts than in decades past).”
  • Recommandé par 13 habitants

Sentiers

Trail
“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. ”
  • Recommandé par 5 habitants
Trail
“I still immensely love this place after all these years. There are walking trails and biking trails. The biking trails continue to please after all these years...”
  • Recommandé par 2 habitants