Updated May 28, 2020
This table provides general guidance about facility operations relative to COVID-19. For beaches, the status refers only to if the beach is open or closed. It does not reflect parking availability. Trash cans are limited or not available. Pack out what you pack in including trash and food scraps. Be self-sufficient, as restrooms and drinking water are not available. Pack hand sanitizer. Read and heed safety advisories at beaches.
Practice social distancing of at least 6 feet between you and others. Place beach blankets at least 12 feet apart so there is walking room between you and others. Wear a face covering where social distancing cannot be maintained. Wash hands often with soap and water for at least 20 seconds. Cover your mouth and nose when you cough or sneeze. Stay home if you feel sick. Avoid touching eyes, nose, mouth.
Coronavirus COVID-19 Information
Beach and Ocean Conditions
What to know before you go. Get your beach and ocean safety tips, including information about sharks.
Knowing the tides is extremely important at Cape Cod. Tides can limit your access to certain areas.
Visit the Massachusetts Marine Boat Association for detailed tide tables.
Weather is always unpredictable, so make sure to check the forecast before your head to the seashore. Always pack sunscreen, water, and layers of clothing if you plan on being outdoors.
Last updated: May 27, 2020