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Waquoit Bay National Estuarine Research Reserve

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Waquoit Bay
Waquoit Bay

Waquoit Bay National Estuarine Research Reserve, Massachusetts

This really exists. At Waquoit Bay National Estuarine Research Reserve there are 2500 acres of prime Cape Cod habitat. Wetlands, beaches, and bays oh my! The reserve features beachcombing, fishing, Read more...
This really exists. At Waquoit Bay National Estuarine Research Reserve there are 2500 acres of prime Cape Cod habitat. Wetlands, beaches, and bays oh my! The reserve features beachcombing, fishing, hunting, hiking, and educational tours. What’s more is Washburn Island, which you will need to get to by boat, offers trails and unique primitive camping sites! Ever want to sleep on your own island off the Cape? Pinch yourself, because you’re not dreaming.
Waquoit Bay National Estuarine Campground
Sierra
Sierra: Eager to use our paddleboards, we loaded 'em up with dry bags & headed out to Waquoit Bay for a few ni...
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Matt: Little jewel of a campground, great for small kids.
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Jacqueline: Pitch your tent in a field on a wooded lot. Walk to the Inn for dinner.
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Jean
Jean: Pitch your tent in our apricot orchard or near the goat pasture. Many trails for hiking or biking and...
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Carla
Carla: Shabby chic beach cottage is comfortable and quaint surrounded by the salt marsh and Long Island...
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Circle C Campground is as classically Americana as its name suggests. A boat ramp, rental boats in...
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Jerry
Jerry : Did Memorial Day weekend 2014, 3 days mid-September 2015. Awesome place. Very difficult to get a reser...