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Provincetown, Massachusetts

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  • Provincetown, Massachusetts

    Camp in Provincetown at Dunes' Edge Campground

    Cape Cod, Massachusetts is full of campgrounds and dunes to explore, but the best of the two are located at the very end of the cape, around the areas of Truro and Provincetown.Travel to the very beginning (or end, depending on how you look at it) of historic U.S. Route 6, which spans from Provin...
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  • Provincetown, Massachusetts

    Explore Hatches Harbor and Race Point

    3.3 mi
    Hatches Harbor & Race Point Lighthouse trail is not super long or difficult.  Pretty straight forward, at least up to Hatches Harbor. There is a small parking lot that fits about six cars off Province Lands Rd.  I think we had a good amount of rain leading up to that day and the trail reflect...
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  • Truro, Massachusetts

    Hike the Pamet Area Trail

    1.9 mi
    Pamet Area Trail is in Truro, towards the ocean within the Cape Cod National Seashore.  As we were driving to the parking area it felt like it was wrong, as it often does.  There was a dead end and school signs, which are for the N.E.E.D. Academy (apparently also doubles as a hostel during the su...
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  • Hull, Massachusetts

    Explore the Bunkers at Fort Revere

    Fort Revere is an 8-acre (3.2 ha) historic site situated on a small peninsula located in Hull, Massachusetts. It is situated on Telegraph Hill in Hull Village and contains the remains of two seacoast fortifications, one from the American Revolution and one that served 1898-1947. There are also a ...
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  • Taunton, Massachusetts

    Kayak Lake Rico

    Lake Rico is a decent sized lake located in East Taunton, MA. You can spend hours out kayaking and exploring. From the parking lot the lake looks pretty small but there is an opening towards the back that leads into three larger sections. There is also an island in the back that is great for sett...
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  • Edgartown, Massachusetts

    Visit Edgartown Lighthouse

    If you're looking for a quick way to get your steps in while taking in beautiful ocean views and the salty air, the walk to the Edgartown Lighthouse is the perfect activity. It's an easy, straight-line trail that will take you directly onto Lighthouse Beach.  In the summer, the beach is a beauti...
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  • Boston, Massachusetts

    Freedom Trail

    2.9 mi / 121 ft gain
    Park along the trail and then hop on. The Freedom Trail allows you to not only see the most beautiful parts of Boston (which is an absolutely gorgeous city) but you can learn some history too! Head off the trail a bit to explore the Charles River, the waterfront near the aquarium and picturesque ...
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  • West Tisbury, Massachusetts

    Photograph Lambert's Cove

    While there are a number of beaches on Martha's Vineyard, many of the more well known and popular ones can easily get over crowded. The less widely known Lambert's Cove, however, is a gem that will not disappoint.  To access Lambert's Cove in the summer season, you'll need to get or borrow a pas...
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