Part of the Cape Cod National Seashore, Provincetown's Race Point Beach offers miles of smooth sand and beautiful views of the Atlantic Ocean and Cape Cod Bay. Enjoy swimming, sunning, and surfing waves or walk along the coastline and spot wildlife. Considered one the best beaches in New England, Race Point is the perfect place to catch a brilliant Cape Cod sunset and enjoy whale watching. Check out the historic Race Point Light.
$15 if you walk or bike. $25 to park
Sunrise to sunset
Is there a fee for Race Point Beach?
If arriving on foot or y bike, beach access is $15 a day. Parking is $25 and day. You can get an annual Cape Cod National Seashore pass for $60, or an annual National Park Pass for $80 to access Race Point Beach.
Can you swim at Race Point Beach?
Part of the Cape Cod National Seashore beach in Provincetown at the end of Cape Cod, Race Point Beach is popular spot for swimming and sunbathing. Due to rougher ocean waters, you should be an inexperienced swimmer before you dive in. The north-facing beach is a great place to picnic and soak up the sun.