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One of our goals was to visit as many beaches on the Cape as we could fit into our visit and the first was Sandy Neck Beach, The beach is, as are all the beaches we saw on the Cape, beautiful, sandy, long and WINDY. We saw many people come, set up their chairs with their backs to the wind,... 更多
The walking trails are special. Watch for ticks and check young ones especially. That said - walking amongst tall sweeping sand dunes is very refreshing. The water here can be rather clear depending on time of year. Off road permit required to drive on it - also fun.
If your a rock or stone collector this is the beach to go to. We went at low tide and each collected a bag full. My sister collected the large ones for her garden and I collected the smaller ones for decorating around the house. The water was warm and we could wade in it but thats as far out... 更多
I went to Sandy Neck Beach for a walk with friends. It was quite nice. We went at low tide. There were many interesting stones and rocks on the shore to look at. I'd be interested to see what it would be like as far as swimming. It was great for a walk and to breathe in some good ocean... 更多
It was our first trip to Sandy Neck Beach to hike on the trails. No maps were given at the gate house or any information. (They assumed that everyone knew their way and were headed to the beach). I returned to request up a trail map before hiking the Marshside Trail. It was a beautiful hike along a sandy path... 更多
We went because we wanted to go see the Sandy Neck Light House (but the only way to it was on a permitted road that we couldn't use). What little bit of it I did see it was very nice looking. They have a place to eat right there if you didn't bring a lunch. The downfall would be that... 更多