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Les meilleures recommandations de parcs par les gens du coin

Trail
“Beautiful conservation area with walking trails through the sandy dunes down to the beach. ”
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“Closest beach-family friendly. Must have parking permit. (We supply for a weekly charge of $50.00)”
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“Wellfleet Bay provides peace and unmatched beauty on the hillsides and shoreline overlooking Wellfleet Harbor. Extensive trails bring you to a panoramic salt marsh, sandy barrier beach, and pine woodlands, each attracting a wide array of wildlife. The sanctuary features a universally accessible trail and an award-winning “green” nature center with numerous exhibits and aquariums. Hours: Open daily, 9 am–4:30 pm; Trails open daily, 8 am-dusk”
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“Hyannis Yacht club nearby, scenic view of Lewis Bay swim, sit on the beach, see the Korean war memorial too, have a picnic, has parking. ”
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“Walk the 6 miles of trails winding in and out of the marshland and sky-high dunes. ”
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“Beautiful walking trails and collections of Cape Cod palants such as rhododendrons, azaleas and heather/heath and hollies as well as many exotic specimens. A wooden train fascinates children and a fish pond.”
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“Not too far of a walk from Main street in Hyannis. Has grassy areas with JFK and Korean veteran memorials, along with a beach and snack bar.”
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Playground
“Wonderful community friendly resource. Great children's section. Historic talks and book clubs, children's activities.”
  • 2 personnes du coin recommandent
Baseball Stadium
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“Hyannis Harbor free concert series, Tuesday and Fridays, July and August. Bring your blanket, beach chairs, and dancing shoes. All concerts 6:00-7:00 pm Keep an eye out for other events going on there all summer too.”
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“Located just down the hill from the cottage this is a great public beach to relax at. On the beach you can enjoy swimming, activities or just watching the boats come and go from Hyannis Port Yacht Club”
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“Absolutely perfect south side beach with warm water and TONS of privacy. Must, must, must arrive early to get a parking spot, but SO WORTH the early wake-up! Long Beach abuts Craigville Beach, the town’s most popular public beach. Long Beach, which is really the extension of Craigville Beach, is popular especially with walkers who can access it from Craigville Beach or from two other points along Craigville Beach Road. The first parking lot is right across a public way access - a short walk through what feels like someone's yard but very close to a small public area that is great if you don't want to lug your beach gear! A second parking lot and beach path is further down Long Beach Road. At the very end of Long Beach Road, there is a path and boardwalk to the beach, but no parking. There is a bit of walk to this area, but you will arrive to see the ocean on both sides - one shallow and great for kids and exploring sea creatures - and the other a "long" four mile beach with white soft sand all the way down!”
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“You do need a water craft, but even if you don't have one go rent a kayak! This pristine barrier beach which has its back side on the Seapuit River replete with magnificent mansions and bird life and fish and its front side on Samson's Island that faces Nantucket Sound is an experience not to be missed Families, boaters, swimmers and paddleboarders and kayakers abound. Access is from the town boat launching area off the West Bay Road Boat Launching Ramp . Follow the Channel Markers to Sampson's Island.It leads to the cut to Nantucket Sound.”
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