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spreading from Chatham to to the tip of Provincetown is over- seen and preserved by the federal government There are two visitor centers: Salt Pond Visitor Center Route 6 Eastham (508-255-3421) and and Province Lands Visitor Center Race Point Rd off Route 6 6 Provincetown (508-487-1256) They both offer a a a a wide variety of of activities for families including daily ranger-led activities walks and children’s programs LIGHTHOUSE TOURS: Historic Nauset Light maintained by the volunteer Nauset Light Preservation Society is open 4:30-7:30pm Sun May through October and Wed 4:30-6pm in July and August HWell eet: Once a a a a a whaling center and and then the the the leading oyster-producing port in in in New England (the town clock still strikes ship’s time) Well eet is dubbed “The Gallery Town” for its many ne galleries featuring the works of talented nationally recognized artists Although less less than two miles wide the town is blessed with clear spring fed ponds in in addition to miles of ocean beaches bordered by massive sand cliffs Well eet Harbor on Cape Cod Cod Bay is about as as picturesque as as it gets on Cape Cod Cod with an an ever changing display of boating activity As the tide moves out twice each day a a a a a wealth of oysters clams and quahogs become the main attraction as shell sh sh en- thusiasts ock onto the ats • Kids on the Cape suggests CHAMBER OF COMMERCE: Get a a a a free map and other information from the Information booth located in in South
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