After a long winter, it seems as though everything on Cape Cod is joyful to see the sun. I stopped by Bells Neck in Harwich today and was amazed at the number of birds. Out of all of them, the best show of the day was the snowy egrets.
Hawksnest State Park, a hidden Cape Cod Jem
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
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