Moffett House

296A Commercial St, Provincetown, Massachusetts, 02657, United States
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Provincetown in a Day

by CBBluesman

Hi,Anybody up for giving their opinion on the Top things to do in Provincetown for 1 Day?

RE: Provincetown in a Day

by am&pm

Hang out in town and enjoy the shops and restaurants, or go to the nearby beaches at the tip of the Cape. Visit the tower for a view of the Atlantic and Cape Cod Bay and then take a evening sail on the BayLadyII schooner to watch the sunset. The town is best seen on foot--forget driving a car around. Enjoy the fresh seafood! The Cape Cod National Seashore is near by. Rent a bike like many people do and enjoy the surroundings.

RE: RE: Provincetown in a Day

by am&pm

Here's a link for the schooner I mentioned so you can book in advance if you want to:

Travel Tips for Provincetown

The Pilgrim Memorial -...


visit the Pilgrim Memorial - High Pole Hill - Open 9AM to 5PM (7PM July & August). Price : 5$. The tower of 83 meters high is dedicated to the Mayflower, arrived to Provincetown in 1620. With this ship begun the definitive settlements in America (See the photographs of the copy of the Mayflower in my Boston page).

Camping on Cape Cod

by haikutaxi

There are two campgrounds in Provincetown, Coastal Acres ( and Dunes Edge ( They are both walking distance to town and beaches, though Coastal Acres is more convenient... you have to cross the one and only highway to get into town from Dunes Edge. These are your only choices out here & both are OK (but yes, there will be some RVs in the park but probably not too many in June. July and August it gets really crowded). If you're backpacking and have a small tent, you could try setting up in the dunes of the National Seashore, but if the Rangers catch you they'll roust you & possibly fine you.

In North Truro, about 7 miles from Provincetown, North of Highland campground specializes in tent camping and you can walk to Head of the Meadow Beach from there ( Horton's Campground is walking distance to Highland Lighthouse and Truro's Coast Guard Beach (, as is North Truro Camping Area ( & they are both on the shuttle bus route that can get you into Provincetown.

Nickerson State Park in Orleans is beautiful and has lots of campsites... about 1/2 hour drive from Provincetown (

At the far South end of the cape, near Mashpee and Falmouth is a place I plan to check out this spring, Washburn Island (this is a primitive, tent only camping situation) You need to have or rent a boat to get out there. (
Hope this helps.

Most everything is ON the...

by dustgod

Most everything is ON the beaten path, or close to it.
There are nice places to drive to. Corn Hill Beach in Truro is a nice change. There are great graveyards all around, and great restaurants in Wellfleet. Flying Fish cafe with great food & beautiful waitstaff, Aesop's Tables...

Pilgrim Monument

by zChris

Head to the top of the Pilgrim Monument, which is a huge (200 foot tall) stone tower that dominates the Provincetown skyline. Visit the museum at its base or climb the obscene number of steps to the top to get panoramic views of the town. Probably Provincetown's number one attraction, the tallest structure on Cape Cod can be seen from all the way across Cape Cod Bay. Unfortunately, there's no elevator, so climbing the steps is the only option. See the travelogue for views from the top.

Inviting Arcade

by Pawtuxet

Shopping is more fun when the building is interesting. Such is the case with this arcade filled with colorful treasures for you to carry home. As you pass through the elaborate three story mall, you walk towards the light of the beach beyond. You can step outside onto the sand and see a bit of the harbor. I was actually distracted by this concept so much so that I didn't pay much attention to the things in the shops. I'm sure you could spend hours poking around to find your special soulvenir.


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