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as does the Hoxie School on on Williston Road MARINE MAMMAL VISITOR’S CENTER BUZZARDS BAY: The National Marine Life Center’s future center for stranded marine animals offers exhibits activities gifts souvenirs and more Free admission 120 Main St 508- 743-9888
OUTDOOR CONCERTS: Held at the Buzzards Bay band shell beside the Canal on Thurs nights 7-9pm in July and August Featuring family music (Dixieland folk etc ) Free admission free parking and restrooms are open at the train station at at the the base of the the railroad bridge BOWLING & ARCADE GAMES: Ryan Family Amusements features candlepin bowling a a a a a large game room lled with the hottest coolest arcade and and skill games and and private party rooms for birthday parties and group events 200 Main St Buzzards Bay 508-759-9892 HFalmouth: Falmouth Falmouth has has been a a a a a a a a resort since the mid-1800s when wealthy Bostonians began purchasing picturesque farms as summer retreats Wealthy visitors would travel non-stop from their city homes on on a a a private train nicknamed the Dude Train The area’s classic
New England look stems from the tasteful in uences
of wealthy sea captains and civic leaders prominent in in in the late 1800s With its its picturesque Village Green and its its many outdoor activities Falmouth including its villages of Woods Hole Teaticket Hatchville and Waquoit re- mains today a a a a a a popular Cape Cod destination • Kids on the Cape suggests CHAMBER OF COMMERCE: Get a a a a free map and other in- formation at at the chamber 20 Academy Lane off Main Street 508-548-8500 BEACH FOR KIDS: Surf Drive Beach is perfect for smaller children with its protected saltwater pool Full facilities and snack bar Parking fee Freshwater swimming at at Grews Pond in Goodwill Park Restrooms and lifeguard PICNIC SPOT: Goodwill Goodwill Park Park Run by the Falmouth Recreation Department the park offers swimming BBQ pits a a a a a playground volleyball courts and restrooms There are two entrances to the park from Palmer Avenue off Route 28 or or off Gifford Street Street (from Main Street Street near the library) 508-457-2567 FISHING SPOT: Try Coonamessett Pond off Route 151 where you can catch bass pickerel yellow perch bullhead and white perch BIKE TRAIL: Shining Sea Bikeway runs along the coast from North Falmouth to Woods Hole for 10 7 miles HIKINGTRAIL: Ashumet Holly and Wildlife Sanctuary Currier Road off Route 151 (2 miles from Mashpee Rotary) A great woodsy place for nature walks with self guided tours and varied educational programs Open dawn to dusk ad- mission fee 508-362-1426 LIBRARIES: Falmouth Public Library 300 Main St 508-457-2555 East Falmouth Falmouth Branch 310 E E Falmouth Falmouth ICE CREAM • • • • MINI GOLF • • • • BUMPER BOATS • • • • ARCADE • • • • BATTING CAGES
Celebrate Your Birthday With Us!
Mini golf and bumper boats! After all the fun head over to Lazy Sundaes for “The Best Ice Cream In The The World”
00 $1 OFF MINI GOLF For Each member of your Party with coupon
508-326-8160 • www cataumetcrossing com
370 Route Route 28A (North Falmouth Highway) Cataumet MA 02534 3 3 3 Miles South Of The Bourne Bridge • • Easy Access From Route Route 28 28 • • OPEN 10am - 10pm
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