Cape Cod National Seashore Social Media
Cape Cod National Seashore uses three social networking platforms as an interpretive outreach forum to strengthen public connections to park resources, and to encourage visitors to share experiences of the national seashore with each other. You are welcome to "like" and comment on status updates, links, photos, and video clips posted by park staff. Social media is also used to post breaking news.
"Like" Cape Cod National Seashore's Facebook page to get updates and photos about the park. Facebook is a great place to see what's currently going on at Cape Cod National Seashore. You can also share park experiences with us and with others, so come be a part of the conversation.
Visit Cape Cod National Seashore's YouTube channel to see videos about the park's wildlife, history, nature, and research opportunities.
Follow Cape Cod National Seashore's Twitter feed for events, ranger programs, nature happenings, and recreation.
Did You Know?
Cape Cod's own pirate shipwreck, the Whydah, went down in a storm off the coast in April 1717. Before being taken by pirate Sam Bellamy as his flagship, the Whydah was a slave ship, named for the port city of Ouidah in today's country of Benin on the African coast.