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Upper Cape Beaches

Upper Cape Beaches
Upper Cape Beaches

© Eduardo Mueses

For incredible views of Martha’s Vineyard, Buzzard’s Bay, and Cape Cod Bay, the beaches of the Upper Cape can’t be beat. The soft sand is the perfect place to relax and catch up on some reading, while the many creeks around these beaches are fantastic for kayaking and fishing. These beaches are also conveniently located near the bridge, making them the perfect way to start your Cape Cod vacation!

Cape Cod | Upper Cape Beaches

Monument Beach
  • Monument Beach
  • Monument Beach lays out its welcome mat to visitors crossing over the Cape Cod Canal who have an urgent need to find some sand and get barefoot.
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Old Silver Beach
  • Old Silver Beach
  • A rock jetty divides Old Silver Beach in two, like a line drawn down the middle of a bedroom of two arguing roommates; except in this case, everyone is happy.
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South Cape Beach
  • South Cape Beach
  • You can certainly swim in the waters of South Cape Beach, but why limit yourself? Resting in a State Park, the beach stretches for just over a mile and is protected, along with the surrounding 2500-acres of open water, under Massachusetts’ Department of Conservation.
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Town Beach and Sandwich Boardwalk
  • Town Beach and Sandwich Boardwalk
  • Located at the entrance of Sandwich Harbor, Town Beach is an idyllic maritime setting. Unlike other bayside beaches with their eerily calm water, Town Beach provides average to small swells, and...
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