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This is a small Beach but doesn't get very crowded. It is great for kids because it does not have crazy waves. It is a bit Rocky so bring water shoes but it's also great for looking for rocks and shells.
It's a small beach. Sheltered so no wave action, it's good for small children. It has great sunset action. A good place to hide out on a wild windy day with a book. you can see where the railroad came through years ago. A little...More
nice place to watch the sun set over Provincetown. Do not drive down the hill as there is no place to turn around at the bottom without going into the sand, risking getting stuck. Use the parking lot at the top of the hill and...More
A beach on the Bay side with easy access and long sand;y expanses, Cold Storage is reserved for Truro residents (no visitors' daily fee option at this beach). Very small parking lot so access is mostly limited to those who live close by or are...More
parking situation, need a beach sticker in season and they are available. Ocean beaches much more spectacular, owned by the National Seashore and are public parks. There is a bay beach located on the property of East Harbour a few hundred feet from your cottage...More
A really nice town beach. It is free off season but you need a Truro permit in season.
A really fun long beach with nice homes and many sets of staircases up to the top.
This is a bay beach so it is usually calm.
Response from YoungFamily01420 | Reviewed this property |
Pretty much all of the town beaches in North Truro have steep dunes. They are a challenge for me. As far as the town beaches, Head of the Meadow does have a ramp access that makes it much easier to access the beach.