Town of Provincetown MA
Provincetown - 02657
At the tip of Cape Cod sits Provincetown, or P-Town. It is a small beachside community with just under 3,000 permanent residents. The number skyrockets come summer, with about 60,000 seasonal residents and vacationers. Province town is a scenic destination, whether it is for a summer getaway or year-round.
Provincetown is an artistic community that has always attracted painters, writers, and other creatives to its shores. The stunning landscape and historic town offer much to discover and inspire. It is home to a few local galleries and museums including the Provincetown Art Associations & Museum and the Fine Arts Work Center. The downtown scene is also a lively attraction for visitors and residents. With delicious restaurants and entertainment bars, Provincetown does not disappoint those looking for a fun nightlife.
Province town National Seashore Walks
Like a true Cape Cod town, Provincetown is the ideal destination to enjoy sea life and outdoor recreation. Provincetown is home to beautiful trails and paths of the National Seashore. Race Point Beach and Herring Cove Beach are two of the town's public beach spots. Herring Cove is a popular place for sunset views and a great place for a walk along the shore. Race Point Beach offers some great ocean views and the chance to see sea life - from seals and whales to great white sharks.
- Beech Forest Trail (1 mile)
- Long Point Trail (6.6 miles)
- Races Point and Hatches Harbor Trail (6.6 miles)
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