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The National Trust for Historic Preservation has honored Provincetown
as one of "Americas Distinctive Destinations"

Provincetown Waterfront proerty


  • Highland Links Golf - 10 minute drive
  • Chequessett Yacht & Country Club, Wellfleet - 20 minute drive

Biking and Hiking

There are more than seven miles of mapped bicycle trails through fascinating woodland sand dunes, leading to beaches and to the National Seashore Visitor Center. The Province Lands Bike Trail, a paved path for bikers, hikers and rollerbladers, loops around and through extraordinary terrain, making it one of the most unusual biking and hiking trails on Cape Cod. If you are looking for a more challenging bike ride, the Cape Cod Bike Trail is just twenty minutes away by car. Starting in Wellfleet you can bike forty miles round trip through sand dunes, pitch pines, cedar forests and kettle ponds all the way to Brewster and back.

Walking the length of Commercial Street is a favorite activity year-round, but there are also routes for more solitary and scenic hikes to town through the dunes; by ponds, salt marshes and cedar swamps. A walk to town from Bay Harbour along the tidal flats at almost anytime of day when the tide is out can be a surreal experience.

Fishing and Marinas

Sport fishing charters, for blue fish, striped bass and even blue fin tuna, are available to transport you from McMillan Warf and the Town Pier to Stellwagon Bank only 10 miles away. Stellwagon Bank, a national marine sanctuary, is one of the most abundant fishing grounds on the entire east coast. Also available for rent are small outboards for an afternoon of leisurely flounder fishing. Surfcasting for “stripers” on the outer beaches is another favorite spot for locals as well as many visitors, who return annually, to catch the delicious sports fish. Marina space is available for yacht owners downtown or you can moor your runabout off your own private beach with your comings and goings restricted only by the tides.

  • Provincetown Yacht and Marine Marina - 1.75 miles
  • Provincetown Marina - 2.0 miles

Shopping, Restaurants, Art Galleries, Theatres and More

On Commercial Street, there are hundreds of unique retail businesses; fifty restaurants and cafes; homemade candy, ice cream and bakery shops. Many of the owners personally serve their customers. Evening entertainment options include playhouses, movie theatres, cabarets, night clubs, dance bars, discos, and cocktail lounges with pianists and late-night cafes. The East End contains the gallery district where most of town’s twenty-five art galleries and the Provincetown Art Association and Museum are located. At least half of the retail shops sell clothing, jewelry or both, for men and women. Clothes and accessories range from European chic to casual and some speciality stores offer garments that are individually made.

  • Commercial Street activities - .83 miles




  • Provincetown Tennis Club - .93 miles
  • Bissell’s Tennis - 2.52 miles


There are miles of sandy beaches in and around town, including two beaches operated by the Cape Cod National Seashore. Here you can enjoy Swimming, walking, bicycling, kite flying and more.

From Bay Harbour:

  • Herring Cove Beach, with gentle waves - 1.86 miles
  • Race Point Beach, with vigorous surf - 2.44 miles
  • Provincetown Beach, stretching along the Harbor for three-miles - 1.75 miles
  • Coast Guard Beach, rated one of the ten best in the world - 23 miles

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