Where: Cahoon Hollow Rd, Wellfleet
Water Type: Salt water
Good for: Skimboarding, Surfing, Swimming
About Cahoon Hollow: A popular beach destination in the summer, Cahoon Hollow, is bordered by 75 foot dunes. The sand is white and soft and the water is refreshing. Cahoon Hollow is home to the famous Beachcomber Restaurant. Parking is available for a $15 a day fee.
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Linda F.2 reviewsMember since: Aug 2015
Cahoon hollow in wellfleet.Spacious, great big waves and beautiful scenic area. Have to walk down very steep hill to get to beach and parking fills up early, so plan ahead.
ellen K.Watertown, MA2 reviewsMember since: May 2016
One of the best parts of vacationing in Wellfleet is that you can sometimes get a permit for a night time fire for grilling and picnics.
Nicole P.USA2 reviewsMember since: Apr 2014
You can't go wrong with any of the Atlantic beaches in Wellfleet. All are great. We like Cahoon because of the Beachcomber and the waves!
Jordana A.USA2 reviewsMember since: Jan 2015
Low tide was awesome for kids. We had fires on the beach at night too and roasted marshmallows.
Danica B.USA2 reviewsMember since: May 2015
Always a good time! People are very active on the beach. Playing volleyball, spike ball, etc. You can spot seals in the water a lot! Though be prepared for some cold water....It's a bit of a hike from Yarmouth, but definitely worth it!
Kelly G.Southington, CT2 reviewsMember since: May 2015
Strongly recommend visiting as many beaches on the National Seashore as possible. They all have a slightly different character. This one is particularly interesting as you come in on top of a "cliff" -the Beachcomber restaurant now occupies an old lifesaving station/rescue residence. A unique experience to visit the beach and restaurant. Be warned- it gets very crowded there! Parking very limited.
Michelle E.Groton, MA2 reviewsMember since: Jun 2015
This beach and the Beachcomber Restaurant make you feel like you are in a 1950s beach movie. It is secluded, beautiful and the restaurant/bar makes you feel like you are really on vacation.
Laura G.New York, NY2 reviewsMember since: Jul 2012
Dramatic dunes, always many seals to see, gorgeous, never too crowded - but with the Beachcomber up the hill if you don't feel like packing your lunch.
Audra S.Bethany, CT2 reviewsMember since: Feb 2012
Great place to watch for seals in the water and the Beachcomber is great for lunch and drinks.
Whitney T.Brewster, NY2 reviewsMember since: Jan 2014
This beach is wonderful at low tide...great for kids!
Peter B.Plainville, MA2 reviewsMember since: May 2014
Big waves, fine sand and secluded beach.
Dave F.Westford, MA2 reviewsMember since: Sep 2013
Parking sells out early so it doesn't get too crowded plus the Beachcomber restaurant/pub is right there so you can have a cold drink and hit the raw bar after your day on the beach!
Lee T.Mansfield, MA2 reviewsMember since: May 2013
It is a big beautiful beach with the shortest dune!
Jeff W.2 reviewsMember since: Aug 2013
spectacular views; not crowded; good waves
Patrick M.Buffalo, NY2 reviewsMember since: May 2011
Though Craigville Beach is near perfect for casual swimming and sunbathing, Cahoon Hollow beach at The Beachcomber is the one of a kind "beach" experience with giant crashing waves, surfers, live music & breath-taking dunes. Whales are part of the scenery.
Danielle P.Wayzata, MN2 reviewsMember since: Feb 2013
I loved the cliffs along the beach and how we had to "hike down" to the beach. There were tons of seals swimming by and the ocean was gorgeous. Loved it!