Where: Corn Hill Rd, Truro View Map
Water Type: Salt water
Good for: Swimming, Walking
Narrow and long beach. The water tends to be warmer and the surf is very calm. Good spot to watch boats going in and out of the harbor.
Saber K.2 reviewsMember since: Jul 2022
Love this beach. Well worth the cost of the two-week sticker.
Tom C.Boonton, NJ4 reviewsMember since: Dec 2011
Tough call, because every beach in Truro is special, but when you need to beat the heat, there's nothing like floating around in Corn Hills warm and mellow, crystal clear waters. Especially when the tide is out.
Kris P.Milton, MA2 reviewsMember since: Sep 2021
Wide, sandy beach with plenty of parking.
Tony R.Charlestown, MA3 reviewsMember since: Aug 2011
Pretty bay beach with good sand and a large parking lot and great walkways to get through the dunes to the beach. Great for kids young and old.
Nancy W.Groveland, MA2 reviewsMember since: Sep 2021
Never very crowded. Amazing for sunsets. Water is warm and very gentle.
Judith S.Scarsdale, NY2 reviewsMember since: Jul 2021
There was ample parking as well as restrooms and the beach was really beautiful
Gregory K.Hadley, MA2 reviewsMember since: Oct 2020
Considerably safer swimming experience than the nearby ocean beaches of Longnook and Ballston which we still love to walk at.
Jennifer C.Millersville, MD2 reviewsMember since: Jul 2020
Quiet, beautiful dunes, calm waters, sand bars at low tide, good shelling, amazing sunsets. Port a potties. Good parking and wheelchair accessible. No lifeguards.
Susan N.USA2 reviewsMember since: Sep 2019
We loved Ballston Beach on the ocean side, but Corn Hill Beach has handicapped accessibility which made it easier to get to and from the parking lot. We loved being able to go to all the beaches in the off season and not worry about parking permits. There were no crowds-- just what we needed in a getaway!
Amy D.USA2 reviewsMember since: Apr 2018
Easy drive from our house, great sea life for the kids to explore, calm waters, less worry of sharks, plenty of beach, easy walk from parking lot to beach, great sand.
Karen W.Longmeadow, MA3 reviewsMember since: Mar 2007
Great swimming and enjoyed our morning walk there!
Leanne W.Minneapolis, MN2 reviewsMember since: Aug 2018
Gorgeous dunes and miles to walk!
Kathleen R.Chelmsford, MA2 reviewsMember since: Jun 2017
Great sunsets. Beach fires. Not crowded, especially in early June! We had our wedding on this beach and it was fantastic.
CHRISTOPHER M.Fort Lauderdale, FL2 reviewsMember since: Jun 2015
Always pleasant there. Clams and kids doesn’t get any betterto watch the sun set too. Many years on the cape and still my favorite part of the cape and you can pay a daily rate if not staying in Truro
Marijane M.Glenside, PA2 reviewsMember since: Mar 2016
My favorite beach is the beach which borders the cottage below the high dunes. it is a long and wide beach which seems to be used by only those staying in the collection of 6 or 8 cottages. For AM or PM walking you can walk towards Provincetown or in the opposite direction towards Wellfleet. Both directions hold lovely views and rocks and shells for collecting. When perching yourself on the bay beach, it is fun to use binoculars to watch the passing boats and birds and be lulled to rest by the small waves of the bay. Heaven.
Marilyn G.Mendon, MA2 reviewsMember since: Aug 2014
Easily accessible, never crowded, beautiful water, scenic dunes & beach grasses
Patricia F.Bayonne, NJ2 reviewsMember since: Jul 2013
This beach was easily accessible for those with mobility issues. The water was warmer than the ocean side. We brought our dog there (before 9 AM or after 6 PM). It is also great for kids. Be aware that if you only visit during the limited hours that allow dogs, you do not need the beach parking pass.