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Cape Cod Waterfront Glamping!, Massachusetts
Executive Rental:Wake up with the sunrise over a pristine fresh water, spring fed Pond. Quietly make your way out of your tent to the water and be Read more...
Executive Rental:Wake up with the sunrise over a pristine fresh water, spring fed Pond. Quietly make your way out of your tent to the water and be surrounded by nature. Birds, ducks, trees and Ivy abound.By the time you get back from your morning swim there might be a coffee-warmed face peering from the sandy beach and it will be time to decide: Swimming and fishing off the private beach, or is it a boating day?There is simply nothing like this home anywhere else on Cape Cod!
For Ocean (Nantucket sound) swims:
1050 Craigville Beach Road
Centerville, MA 02632
The beach has lifeguards available. This beach is fantastic but busy. You can walk to the food and ice cream stand on the opposite side of the street.
Covell beach is a smaller one off of the larger Craigville Beach at the same address, on Craigville Beach Road. It also offers beautiful landscaping and amenities.
Joshuas Pond: private and well kept secret in osterville, ma
Sandy Neck Beach
1189 Phinney's Lane
Centerville, MA 02632
The Sandy Neck Beach is a long beautiful beach with large sand dunes. In the summer, get there early before the parking is full.
Lake Wequaquet is well-known for its largemouth bass, and also more recently for its smallmouth bass. Other popular fish species include trout, pickerel, and yellow perch. Shore fishing is limited to mostly the boat ramp area and the town right-a-way.
Right off your tent in our fresh water pond.You will catch fresh water bass for dinner. Canoeing and Kayaking are allowed on our pond.No motorized anything.
Boating on Lake Wequaquet:
Boating is nice on the lake. The boat launch is paved and owned by the town on Shootfly Hill Road, in Centerville. Motorized boats are allowed, but with a limit of 35 mph. During the busy tourist season, boaters can launch their boats, but need to park on the road. The beach can be used to park during the off-season.
span class="Apple-converted-space"> Pick up a map at local establishments for access points.There is a bike store aprox 1/2 mile away.