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AMAZING peaceful tail.

Take yourself to another place like no other. Remember this is Provincetown and there are dunes so... read more

Reviewed 3 weeks ago
Cotuit, Massachusetts
This is a MUST do when you're in PTown

you have to do this trail if you can! we paid for 5 hours and were done in 3, spending lots of... read more

Reviewed 4 weeks ago
Salt Lake City, Utah
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“beech forest”(7 reviews)
“ups and downs”(4 reviews)
“herring cove”(7 reviews)
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Race Point Road, Provincetown, MA
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Reviewed 3 weeks ago

Take yourself to another place like no other. Remember this is Provincetown and there are dunes so many hills and valleys. It can be a workout be take your time and enjoy every moment. Provincetown has some of the best bike trails in the US....More

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Reviewed 4 weeks ago

you have to do this trail if you can! we paid for 5 hours and were done in 3, spending lots of time on beach etc. but had to get back to the ferry. Loved this most of all of our 10 days on the...More

Thank LizzyB01
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

We took the family to P-town for a nice day trip and enjoyed a few hours of cycling along the beach. This isn't the flat rail trail type ride, but it does offer some of the best scenery you will ever experience. I love to...More

Thank Bob C
Reviewed 5 weeks ago

The trail is full of hills, switchbacks, and is challenging...but you are rewarded with incredible views and a full tour of the park, from rolling dunes and the sea vistas to scrub pine forests and bogs. Def would not recommend for a first time or...More

Thank Lauren M
Reviewed 2 June 2018

This is one of the most beautiful places in Ptown. It takes you from Beech Forest to Race Point to Herring Cove Beach. Best and free parking is located at Beech Forest, off Race Road. There is now only a small parking area at the...More

2  Thank Ro P
Reviewed 26 April 2018

This is good for hiking or biking. We hiked with our dogs. There are 2 trails. One of them was flooded from snow/rain that was melting about halfway in. The other is longer and was fully accessible. Stay to one side when biking season starts.

Thank travellingangie
Reviewed 17 October 2017

Great place to bike, but for someone that bikes on a flat bike path this was challenging! But it's gorgeous and lots of fun.

Thank Deb L
Reviewed 16 September 2017

This is a super bike trail It starts in downtown (west end) Ptown and travels hrough Herrring Cove Beach to Race Point Beach and back.. The next day I did the Beech Forest part of these trails and it was just as good. There are...More

1  Thank Art C
Reviewed 16 September 2017

I ran the trail on Thursday afternoon and Friday morn in mid-September. For the most part I had the path to myself. Very nice, well signed and clear of any debris. Reminder, Cape Cod is NOT flat. This is a bit hilly in spots.

Thank dave d
Reviewed 14 September 2017

This is a fun trail to ride, though it has some hills. Be sure to stop at the visitor center and climb to the viewing platform.

Thank Stephen Z
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Response from servicefoodie | Reviewed this property |
I LOVE Liz the owner of the Bike Shack on Shank Painter. I feel her bikes are the best in town. Tell her I told you. Enjoy the bikes and your travel on this GREAT TRAIL.
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Response from travellingangie | Reviewed this property |
it can be done on bike or foot. When we did it, they had had rains that flooded out a part of the trail. This was not posted. So, we had to get creative in our going around the flooded parts which may have been difficult... More