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    Cape Cod

    National Seashore Massachusetts

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  • Sections of Boardwalk Closed at Red Maple Swamp Trail

    Sections of the boardwalk at the Red Maple Swamp Trail have been closed due to structural deterioration and safety concerns. Check at Salt Pond Visitor Center for the current status of this trail, and for your safety, remain out of closed areas.

Our Staff & Offices

Marconi Headquarters

George E. Price, Jr., Superintendent
Kathy Tevyaw, Deputy Superintendent

Park Headquarters is located at 99 Marconi Site Road, South Wellfleet. The building's primary function is an adminstrative facility which serves as the main office of the superintendent and other adminstrative personnel. Passes are not for sale at this location. 508 - 771 - 2144

Nauset Ranger Station, located on Nauset Road, Eastham, houses the offices of Resource and Visitor Protection rangers and staff who cover Eastham and Wellfleet. 508 - 255 - 2112

Race Point Ranger Station, located at Race Point Beach, Provincetown, houses offices of Resource and Visitor Protection rangers and staff who cover Truro and Provincetown. The station's primary function is an adminstrative support facility. 508 - 487 - 2100

Adjacent to the station is the seashore's oversand vehicle permit and inspection booth. It is open daily during the summer and intermittently during spring and fall. At this location, oversand vehicle inspections occur and permits are issued. 508 - 487 - 2100 ext.0927

The North Atlantic Coastal Laboratory, located in North Truro, houses the science and research staff employed at Cape Cod National Seashore, and its scientific facilities including the Atlantic Research Learning Center located at the Highlands Center. 408 - 487 - 3262

Did You Know?

Old Harbor Life-Saving Station, Provincetown, MA

The Old Harbor Life-Saving Station in Provincetown, MA is one of the few surviving, unaltered life-saving stations left in the country. The station was built in 1898 and is open in the summer months with a display of rescue equipment, and NPS staff re-enact the historic Breeches Buoy rescue drill.