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Parques y naturaleza en Cape Cod

Jardín
“Bring the kids for a Day full of creative activities and outdoor fun. Experience 100 acres of gardens, nature trails, art exhibits and more. Great classical car exhibit, something for everyone. ”
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“This is one of our favorite spots to have dinner! Great sunsets over looking Sesuit Harbor and Cape Cod Bay. The Cafe is cash only and BYOB. Their breakfast is good too! ”
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Parque
“Nickerson state park is a great resource that has Campen picnic tables and several clean kettle ponds that are great for swimming.”
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History Museum
“The Cape Cod Museum of Natural History integrates the three strands of its organizational identity - as museum of natural history, nature education center, and steward of conservation land. Great hiking trails behind and across the street from the museum. ”
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Beach
“Down the street from us, one of the best beaches in the Cape Cod, Surfer's desired beach. ”
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Lighthouse
“Chatham main street and the light house is a real fun go to place. Sometimes the have a band playing at the park on main st.”
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Beach
“Sandy Neck is a must see - beautiful scenery and the perfect north side beach. Walk the trails through the endless dunes on a 6 mile trail. ”
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Nature Preserve
“Birders flock to Mass Audubon's 940-acre sanctuary, where 5 miles of trails cross tidal creeks, salt marshes and beaches. The most popular is the Goose Pond Trail (1.5-mile round-trip), which leads out to a salt marsh and offers abundant opportunities for spotting marine and bird life. The sanctuary also offers guided walks and kayaking tours, seal cruises and summer kids' programs.”
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Science Museum
“A wealth of information is located at the visitors center. Not to mention hiking and biking trails, beaches, and nature preserves. ”
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Beach
“A fantastic beach to spend time on, but ride share to get there, as parking is tough.”
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Parque
“Named for Thornton Burgess, author of classic children's books such as Peter Rabbit, this nature center is great for the whole family. Tour the gardens, go on a short hike, view a real bee hive behind glass, visit the children's building for crafts, story time, and many rescued live animals on display. Check the website for program schedule and times.”
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Mirador
“ Scargo Tower is a 30-foot-tall cobblestone tower located atop Scargo Hill in Dennis. This tower and hilltop were given to the town of Dennis in 1929 as a memorial to Charles Tobey (1831–1888) and Francis Bassett Tobey (1833–1913). Loyal sons of the village of Dennis where their Tobey ancestors settled in 1678 Climb up the tower for a beautiful ocean view. People typically spend about 30 minutes exploring there. A nice children's book that talks about the legend of the tower: Princess Scargo and the Birthday Pumpkin by Eric Metaxas + Geena Davis.”
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Parque
“Park and explore many woodsy but cleared trails. Some signage helps guide you to punch bowls where you can swim. Popular place for walking dogs.”
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Parque
“Known for it’s magnificent boardwalk the town neck beach is the only thing people talk about jumping off the boardwalk and their epic jumps.go at high tide and it will be easy to find the boardwalk just look for the kids jumping off the bridge.Then you can go to the beach and have some time with the family also you can go tubing. -Palmer 9yo”
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Sendero
“Great walk along the bay side beach at low tide.... shells, solitude, and great sunsets!”
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Parque
“A great place to walk the outer beaches in Chatham and see lots of wild life. ”
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