: Eastham Rt. 6
: Sunken Meadow
Eastham, with its vast town conservation areas including The National Seashore Park and the Massachusetts Audubon Wildlife Sanctuary, has some of the best, most diverse and most accessible nature spots in the East. Eastham has it all, including wooded trails, salt marshes, open ocean, protected bays and fresh water ponds. Sunsets that defy description, but will be kept in your heart forever, can be enjoyed from any of our beautiful bay beaches.
Beaches: The western border of Eastham is lined with six miles of beautiful beaches overlooking Cape Cod Bay. Just as magical as the National Seashore, Cape Cod Bay offers calmer and warmer waters, amazing flats at low tide and breathtaking sunsets. The most notable and largest Eastham bay beach is First Encounter, the location where the native Indians first encountered the pilgrims in 1620.
Kayaking / Canoeing: The marshes and open waters surrounding Eastham provides some of the best kayaking and canoeing on the Cape and the East Coast.