FRIENDS of the Cape Cod National Seashore is a non-profit organization of caring individuals who have a very special love and respect for this spectacular National Park. Their purpose is to support and enhance people's enjoyment of the seashore by:
- funding worthy environmental, historical, educational, and recreational programs such as refurbishing the Old Harbor Life-Saving Station in Provincetown, replanting areas after removal of invasives species, and sponsoring summer band concerts;
- publicizing issues that affect the protection and preservation of the seashore's resources;
- providing volunteers for important projects such as as trail maintenance programs, beach clean-ups and dune grass plantings;
- managing several special funds that contribute to important educational, archival and research projects at the seashore
Contributions to Cape Cod National Seashore
National Park Service Youth Partnership Programs: Boy Scouts, Girl Scouts, Public Land Corps, Student Conservation Association, Youth Conservation Corps
Link here to information about concession operations within Cape Cod National Seashore including the Herrring Cove Snack Bar, Highland House Museum and Highland Lighthouse, Highland Links Golf Course, and the Nauset Knoll Motor Lodge.