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Cape Cod Beaches

Explore beaches on Cape Cod National Seashore, Cape Cod Bay, Nantucket Sound and Buzzards Bay

Cape Cod is world renowned for their beaches. With over 600 miles of gorgeous sandy coastline, you are always within an easy walk, bike, or drive of a beautiful beach. What's more, the beaches are both abundant and diverse in nature: from the calm, sandy flats of Cape Cod Bay to the more exciting surf of the National Seashore which faces the Atlantic ocean.

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Easy kayak launch for fishing and never crowded.

Berkeley Heights, NJ
2 reviews
Member since: Oct 2013


Crosby is a wide, long, sandy beach mostly backed by marsh. This is one of the most scenic of the Brewster's bay beaches. Crosby can get buggy when it is warm without wind (early summer green head flies can be a problem at times!) But, most of the time this beach is very pleasant. Because the beach is fairly large, it's always possibly to find an uncrowded stretch of beach. One of the easiest ways to get away from the crowd is to walk east from the parking long behind the dunes - most of the walking is easy and there are several branching trails to take you directly onto the beach. You don't have to walk terribly far!

Parking can be a problem - if you drive to Crosby and expect to get a parking spot at 11am on a warm sunny July or August weekend, forget it. The lots will be full and Brewster's parking enforcement is aggressive. One option is to park at Nickerson park across 6A and bike down. Parking at non-peak times is rarely a problem.

Chester, NJ
4 reviews
Member since: May 2008


We were able to walk Vacation Rental ID 24508 to First Encounter beach and check out the Marsh on the way by. Beautiful spot!

Acton, MA
2 reviews
Member since: Mar 2016