Cape Cod, located in Massachusetts, is a popular summer destination for tourists and locals alike. Known for its picturesque towns, fresh seafood, and scenic beaches, Cape Cod, or what locals call "The Cape," offers visitors the opportunity to relax and unwind.
In this blog post, we will explore the top beaches on Cape Cod, including our personal favorites that helped inspire the formation of the Blue Ocean Life Company, including: Chapin Beach, Crowe's Pasture, Old Silver Beach, Cahoon Hollow, and Rock Harbor and Race Point beaches.
Chapin Beach Chapin Beach, located in Dennis, is a beautiful beach that offers breathtaking views of Cape Cod Bay. The beach is popular with families and has a large parking area that makes it easily accessible. At low tide the sandbar goes out almost a mile and a great place to experience a unique beach experience found no where else. Visitors can also enjoy swimming, kayaking, and paddleboarding in the calm waters of Cape Cod Bay.
Crowe's Pasture Crowe's Pasture is a secluded beach with a massive sandbar located in East Dennis. The beach is known for its tranquil atmosphere and is a great spot for relaxing and enjoying the natural surroundings. Visitors can walk along the sandy shoreline, take an off-road vehicle out on the vast sandbar, and explore the nearby tidal pools as the tide starts to go out. The beach is also home to several species of birds, making it a popular spot for birdwatching.
Old Silver Beach Old Silver Beach, located in Falmouth, is one of the most popular beaches on Cape Cod. The beach has soft, white sand and crystal clear water, making it a great spot for swimming and sunbathing. Visitors can also enjoy playing beach volleyball or taking a walk along the shoreline. The beach is also known for its stunning sunsets, which are a must-see for anyone visiting Cape Cod. Be sure to grab a frozen drink at the famous Seacrest Beach Hotel which has live music, an ocean front pool, and sweeping views.
Cahoon Hollow Cahoon Hollow, located in Wellfleet, is a beautiful beach that is surrounded by towering sand dunes. The beach is popular with surfers and has some of the best waves on Cape Cod. Visitors can also enjoy swimming in the cool waters of the Atlantic Ocean or relaxing on the soft sand. The beach is also home to the famous Beachcomber restaurant, which is a popular spot for dining and entertainment. Beware of sharks as the spot is known for
Rock Harbor and Race Point Beaches Rock Harbor and Race Point beaches located in Orleans and Provincetown, respectively, are known for their stunning views and natural beauty. Rock Harbor Beach is a popular spot for fishing and offers visitors the opportunity to watch the sunset over Cape Cod Bay. Race Point Beach, on the other hand, is a great spot for swimming and surfing. Visitors can also explore the nearby sand dunes and take in the breathtaking scenery.
In conclusion, Cape Cod is home to some of the most beautiful beaches in the world. Whether you are looking for a relaxing spot to soak up the sun or an adventurous location for surfing and exploring, Cape Cod has something for everyone. Be sure to add Chapin Beach, Crowe's Pasture, Old Silver Beach, Cahoon Hollow, and Rock Harbor and Race Point beaches to your list of must-see destinations on your next Cape vacation.