Province Lands Visitor Center
Old Harbor Lifesaving Station
The Old Harbor Lifesaving Station , built in 1898, hosts exhibits about the Cape’s fearless ‘surfmen’ who made daring rescues of...
Race Point Beach
On the wild tip of the Cape, this Cape Cod National Seashore beach is a breathtaking stretch of sand, crashing surf and undulating dunes...
Cape Cod National Seashore Bike Trails
An exhilarating 8 miles of paved bike trails crisscross the forest and undulating dunes of the Cape Cod National Seashore. Not only is...
Clem & Ursie’s
This colorful, counter-service roadhouse with tables decorated by local artists serves traditional New England seafood alongside...
Province Lands Visitor Center information
Lonely Planet review
Overlooking Race Point Beach, this Cape Cod National Seashore visitor center has displays on dune ecology and a rooftop observation deck with an eye-popping 360-degree view of the outermost reaches of Cape Cod. The park stays open to midnight so even after the visitor center closes you can still climb to the deck for sunset views and unobstructed stargazing.
The visitor center offers tours ranging from dune walks and forays across the tidal flats to a historical walking tour of downtown Provincetown. Most tours last one to two hours; many are free, and others have a nominal fee.