What To Do


Below you will find a listing of Truro Cape Cod activities. We have everything from beaches to museums to theaters and more. There are plenty of attractions right here in Truro that you will not want to leave.


Beach Point Health & Swim Club at the Top Mast Resort, 508.487.7946

Chequessett Golf, Tennis and Sailing Club, 680 Chequessett Neck Road, P.O. Box 779, Wellfleet MA 02667, 508.349.3704

Dolphin Fleet Whale Watch, MacMillan Wharf, Provincetown, 800.826.9300

Highland Links Cape Cod, 10 Highland Light Road, North Truro, 02652, 508.487.9201

Pamet Harbor Yacht & Tennis Club, 508.349.3772

Pamet Tours, Truro, 774.212.1377

Provincetown Aquasports, 333R Commercial St., Provincetown 508-413-9563

Reel Deal Fishing Charters, Truro , 508.487.3767

Truro Recreation Department, 508.487.1632

Beautiful Beaches

These beaches don't require a sticker:

Corn Hill Beach - a bayside beach on Corn Hill Road; great view of Provincetown; cash beach

Head of the Meadow Beach - on the ocean side off Rte 6 on Head of the Meadow Road; cash beach

High Head Beach - off Route 6 on the oceanside at the end of High Head Road, just before Pilgrim Lake; free parking

These beaches require a sticker

Ballston Beach - off Pamet Road on the ocean side; sticker beach

Coast Guard Beach - on the ocean side at the end of Coast Guard Road; sticker beach

Fisher Road Beach - off Route 6 and Old County Road on the bayside; sticker beach

Great Hollow Beach - a bayside beach off Route 6 on Great Hollow Road; sticker beach

Longnook Road Beach - on the ocean side off Route 6 at the end of Longnook Road; sticker beach

Cold Storage Beach - a bayside beach off Route 6A; sticker beach

Ryder Beach - a bayside beach off Route 6, Prince Valley and Ryder Beach Roads; sticker beach

Pamet River

The Pamet River is Truro's entrance to Cape Cod Bay. It's named for the Payomet Indians, and is primarily salt marsh. The river flows west nearly all the way across Cape Cod from its eastern beaches, and empties into Cape Cod Bay.

Boat launching facilities are available at Pamet Harbor on Depot Road. The harbor is currently navigable for 2 to 3 hours before and after high tide. There is a nominal charge for ramp use.


Highland Light - 27 Highland Light Road, North Truro 508-487-1121

Truro Highland House Museum - The Truro Historical Society takes you back to the past through its collection of artifacts, images, and historical documents on display and in repository at the Highland House Museum and Cobb Archive.

Cobb Archive - The Cobb Archive, a 1912 building in the Arts and Craft style, originally served as the town's first true public library.

Pilgrim Monument and Museum - The Provincetown Museum, at the base of the Pilgrim Monument, features a unique collection of exhibits that depict important events and people in Provincetown history and our nation’s history.

Provincetown Art Association and Museum Inc., 460 Commercial Street, Provincetown MA 02657


Truro Center for the Arts at Castle Hill - The Castle Hill mission is to foster the arts and crafts by providing a wide range of instruction for adults and children. Castle Hill holds exhibitions, lectures, forums, concerts and other similar activities in order to promote social interaction among artists, craftsmen, laymen, and the community at large.


Payomet Performing Arts Center and Theater - Payomet audiences expect national talent on the local stage ... from Grammy-winning music artists, to fully staged professional theatre productions, and circus arts for children ... the tent is magical.


Truro Public Library - Tuesday & Wednesday: 9:30 am to 8:00 pm Thursdays: 9:30 am to 6:00 pm Friday: 9:30 am to 4:00 pm Saturday: 9:30 am to 4:00 pm CLOSED Sunday & Monday

Truro Chamber of Commerce

Visit the Truro Chamber of Commerce Information BoothRoute 6 at Head of the Meadow Road in North Truro508.487.1288

“We saw the sunset in the Bay, -- for standing on that narrow Cape was, as I have said, like being on the deck of a vessel... this sight drove everything else quite out of our heads... the shining torch of the sun fell into the ocean.”
Henry David Thoreau