The Punkhorn Parklands in Brewster have many interesting walks but Eagle point has some of the best views.
Find yourself stuck in the middle of Hyannis looking to go for a lunch run, with solitude, check out Hyannis ponds. It's a Large patch of land sandwiched between Mary Dunn Rd, Rt 6, Willow St, and the Airport.
Seabury Farm Conservation is a large plot of land that is mainly open rolling hills in Barnstable. It's a great spot to bring the kids or dog when you need to run the energy out of them. There is a small parking lot directly off 6A between B.W.B. and the train bridge that crosses over 6A, the … Continue reading Rolling hills on Cape Cod, Seabury Farm Conservation Area
Growing up my friend's and I would jump off the railroad bridge just off the mid-Cape highway by exit 9. On hot summer days, we would park at the abandoned rest area and jump until a state cop kicked us out. I always wonder how people would come in from the south and finally figured it out, … Continue reading Indian Lands Conservation allows you to walk Bass River
Cape Cod is tick central so below is an excerpt from http://www.tickencounter.org with the top 5 actions to be tick safe.
236 acres, 3 ponds, and a cemetery from the 1800s with a revolutionary war vet. Hawksnest state park is tucked away off exit 11 with no markings and very little information available about it. It has a mixture of dirt fire roads and single track trails that loop around the ponds bringing you through many different habitats. I have … Continue reading Hawksnest State Park, a hidden Cape Cod Jem
Coy's brook conservation land in Harwich is a short beautiful hike on single track trail along a salt marsh, through an old bog, a cedar swamp, and woodlands. You get a lot for your time on this Cape Cod hike. More information can be found from our Harwich town page and the trail head can be found on … Continue reading Coy’s Brook Conservation
Having grown up on here I have a love for being outside on Cape Cod.