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Eastham, Massachusetts

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Eastham, MA
(range: 2 miles)
Nauset Light, the most well-known and photographed lighthouse on Cape Cod, is located within the boundaries of the Cape Cod National Seashore. It is an important part of Eastham's cultural and maritime history. In 1993 a group of citizens in Eastham formed the Nauset Light Preservation Society (NLPS), a non-profit volunteer organization whose original mission was to rescue the lighthouse. Through the successful efforts of the NLPS the Nauset Lighthouse was moved approximately 300 feet back from the edge of a sixty-foot high eroding cliff in 1996. Though no longer under the auspices of the United States Coast Guard, Nauset Light serves as a private aid to navigation used by the fishing fleets and small recreational boaters who navigate close to the shore. (This excerpt taken from the Nauset Lighthouse website)
1,900-acre Nickerson State Park is located in Brewster, MA on Cape Cod. There's plenty of wooded trails and ponds to explore, and Nickerson also offers more than 400 campsites. (This excerpt taken from the Nickerson State Park website)
Ride, walk or run through 6 Cape Cod towns as you follow the Cape Cod Rail Trail. There’s plenty to see along the 25-mile trail and state and national parks to visit as you please. (This excerpt taken from the Cape Cod Rail Trail website)
Golf Cape Cod at the Captains Golf Course. The Captains is Cape Cod's premier public golf course facility, located in Brewster, Massachusetts... (This excerpt taken from the Captains Golf Course website)
The mission of the Cape Cod Museum of Natural History is to inspire appreciation, understanding and stewardship of our natural environment and wildlife through discovery and learning. (This excerpt taken from the Cape Cod Museum of Natural History website)
Founded by artists in 1981, CCMoA is the home of Cape Cod Art. The Museum preserves the work of the Cape’s finest artists and celebrates the distinctive artistic identity of the Cape, the Islands and the region. It is a major hub of the cultural life of the region. Through its outstanding art collection and diverse programming, CCMoA educates, inspires and excites the imagination while caring for and connecting the Cape's many communities. (This excerpt taken from the Cape Cod Museum of Art website)
Cape Playhouse image
Dennis, MA
(range: 12 miles)
The Cape Playhouse, being named one of the 50 Best Small Stage Theatres in America, has a special place in American theatre history as the longest-running professional summer theater in the country. Referred to as the “Place Where Broadway Goes to Summer” by The New York Times, The Cape Playhouse has attracted a long litany of famous actors since its inception in 1927 including Julie Andrews, Bernadette Peters, Olympia Dukakis, Bette Davis, Henry Fonda, Betty White, Gertrude Lawrence, and Ginger Rogers to name a few. (This excerpt taken from the Cape Playhouse website)
The meticulously-maintainted Blue Rock Golf Course in South Yarmouth is open to the public as well as members, and offers a practice range, two putting and chipping greens, and a full-service Pro Shop. Blue Rock is a course for all ages and abilities: holes range from 103 to 255 yards, with our signature #9 hole – at 169 yards over water to a kidney shaped green – named one of “Cape Cod’s 18 Best.” (This excerpt taken from the Blue Rock Golf Course website)
Yarmouth Golf image
South Yarmouth, MA
(range: 15 miles)
Bayberry Hills is a pristine golf course located in West Yarmouth, Massachusetts. The layout includes 27 holes (Red, White, & Blue Courses) with championship tees allowing the course to be played at up to 7200 yards. The facility offers the ultimate golfing experience. (This excerpt taken from the Yarmouth Golf website)
Highland Light image
Truro, MA
(range: 16 miles)
The Highland Lighthouse is owned by the National Park Service as part of Cape Cod National Seashore, and is located in North Truro, Massachusetts. Guided tours and the Highland Light Museum Store are operated by Eastern National, a not-for-profit partner of the National Park Service. The United States Coast Guard operates the light itself. (This excerpt taken from the Highland Light website)
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