Access at seashore locations
The stairs at Nauset Light Beach in Eastham are closed due to storm damage. Herring Cove North Lot in Provincetown sustained damage resulting in closure of multiple parking spaces. The Nauset Marsh Trail bridge was destroyed in a 2012 storm. More »
Perspectives Series - Seeing Cape Cod National Seashore Through Art Continues into December with Photography by Amber Jane Barricman
Contact: Sue Haley, District Interpreter, 508-255-3421
Cape Cod National Seashore's Perspective series, featuring the work of artists who have captured the essence of Cape Cod, continues with photography by Amber Jane Barricman. Her photography will be on display during December at the Salt Pond Visitor Center in Eastham.
Ms. Barricman's landscape and nature photography reflects the influences provided by growing up on Cape Cod and roaming the diverse landscapes of the nearby Cape Cod National Seashore. She is a 2010 graduate of the New England School of Photography, where she focused on fine art color and architectural photography. "Landscape photography is where my heart remains though, and many of my photographs were taken with in Cape Cod National Seashore," said Barricman.
IF YOU GO: Salt Pond Visitor Center is located at the intersection of Route 6 and Nauset Road in Eastham, and can be contacted by calling 508-255-3421. The center is open from9 AM to 4:30 PMand staff is available to assist with activity planning. Stop by and visit the museum, view a park film, enjoy panoramic views of Salt Pond and Nauset Marsh and shop in the gift store featuring national seashore-related items such as books, maps, puzzles, apparel, and games. For more information about the seashore's programs, visit the park website atwww.nps.gov/caco.
The great Outer Beach of Cape Cod is protected within Cape Cod National Seashore. Forty miles of pristine sandy beach, marshes, ponds, and uplands support diverse species. Lighthouses, cultural landscapes, and wild cranberry bogs offer a glimpse of Cape Cod's past and continuing ways of life.
Did You Know?
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.