Salt Pond Visitor Center is Cape Cod National Seashore’s main visitor facility, with frequent orientation movies, a well stocked bookstore, a comprehensive museum, and restroom facilities. Offering breathtaking views of Nauset Marsh and the Atlantic beyond, this Visitor Center is also convenient to the popular 1.5 mile Nauset Marsh Trail and the Buttonbush Trail.
A historic district encompassing two farmsteads with more than 200 years of history in Eastham, Massachusetts. The district is a 100-acre area of forest, fields, and salt marshes that was owned by the Knowles and Penninman families from 1742 to 1941. The area is dominated by the rise called Fort Hill, which provides extensive views of the area and has its own rich history.
The flats and rips around Rock Harbor, Wellfleet Harbor, Chatham Harbor and the Monomoy Islands offer some of the best and most challenging salt water fishing in the world. To really get the best Cape Cod fishing, you may want to take advantage of a fishing charter that will help you plan the best trip, explain the fish you’ll catch and point out other wildlife along the way.