Cape Cod has great biking trails
2907 Main Street (Route 6A) Brewster, MA, 02631 Phone: 508-896-9000 Toll-Free: 800-343-6074
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5200 State Highway (Route 6) North Eastham, MA, 02561 Phone: 508-255-3200 Toll-Free: 800-242-2131
Direct access to the 26 mile Cape Cod Rail Trail.
This trail connects Salt Pond with Coast Guard Beach. It leads through pine and oak forest with vistas of Nauset Marsh along the way. This trail is wheelchair accessible, and can be shortened by starting or ending at the Doane Rock picnic area. From Salt Pond Visitor Center parking area through Doane Rock picnic area in Eastham, ending at the Coast Guard beach. Distance is 1.6 miles.
Head of the Meadow Trail:
This level trail skirts the edge of a freshwater marsh and provides glimpses of the marsh and dunes. From High Head Road in Truro to Head of the Meadow Beach parking area (beach fees may apply). Distance is 2 miles.
Province Lands Trail:
This hilly trail winds among beech and oak forests, sand dunes and freshwater ponds. The loop trail is 5.45 miles, with spurs to Herring Cove Beach (1.10 mile), Race Point Beach (0.5 mile) and Bennett Pond (0.25 mile). Access points are Beech Forest parking area, Province Lands Visitor Center, Race Point Beach parking area, and Herring Cove Beach. Beach parking fees may apply at Race Point Beach
Total length: 22 miles
There are many opportunities to get off the trail and visit a beach. Food and water are also readily available and public restrooms can be found at Nickerson State Park, Salt Pond Visitors Center at Cape Cod National Seashore, and the National Seashore Headquarters. Bike rentals are available at many points along the way. For people with disabilities, a limited number of hand-cycles are available for rent at specific bike concessions.
Free parking for trail users is available at The trailhead at Route 134 in South Dennis; Headwaters Drive in Harwich; Route 137 in Brewster; Nickerson State Park in Brewster; Orleans Center; Cape Cod National Seashore at the Salt Pond Visitors Center in Eastham, one-half mile from the Locust Road intersection with the trail; National Seashore at Marconi Area; the trailhead at LeCount Hollow Road in South Wellfleet. Trail Map
Total Length: 10.7 miles
Cape Cod National Seashore Bike Trails
Total Length: 1.6 miles, 2 miles, and 5.45 miles, respectively
Nauset Trail in Eastham connects Salt Pond with Coast Guard Beach. (1.6 miles).
Head of the Meadow Trail in Truro skirts a freshwater marsh and provides glimpses of the marsh and dunes. From High Head Road in Truro to Head of the Meadow Beach (2 miles).
Province Lands Trail in Provincetown winds among beech and oak forests, sand dunes and freshwater ponds.