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Seashore’s predominance Truro offers spectacular scen- ery with few people in sight • Kids on the Cape suggests CHAMBER OF COMMERCE: Get a a a free map and other information from the Truro Chamber of Commerce on on Route 6 at Head of the Meadow Road in North Truro 508- 487-1288 BEACH FOR KIDS: Corn Hill Beach on the bay side Watch out for off-road vehicles which are allowed after 5 pm PLAYGROUND: Truro Elementary School Route 6 PICNIC SPOT: Pilgrim Heights Area in North Truro offers a a a a a a panoramic overlook of dunes marsh and the Atlantic Ocean to to to the right and and Provincetown and and Cape Cod Bay to to to the left with picnic area and trails Turn east off Route 6 at Pilgrim Heights Area sign FISHING SPOT: Great Pond in South Truro at at the Wellf- leet line Parking available BIKE TRAIL: Head of the Meadow trail is a a a a a two mile path from Head Head of the Meadow Road Road to High Head Head Road Road Parking available at Head of Meadow Beach if you have a a a a a a a a a a beach sticker HIKING TRAIL: Hike to Pilgrim Spring and enjoy gor- geous dune views From the Pilgrim Heights area (see Picnic Spot) take the the path of less than a a a a mile through the the woods to the the site of a a spring which very likely was where the the Pilgrims
The Original Pirate Museum!
Uncover The Expedition
That Discovered The Whydah Pirate Shipwreck & Her Treasures!
Expedition
Whydah 16 MacMillan Pier Provincetown MA 508-487-8899
Christopher Emily and Anna at Corn Hill Beach Truro drank their rst New England water LIBRARY: Story hour 10:30am Thurs 7 Standish Way 508-487-1125 HProvincetown: You’ll know you’re close to to to Provincetown Provincetown when your car becomes completely sur-
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