Discover the best top things to do in North Truro, United States including Atlantic Spice Company, Cape Cod Provincelands Trail, Head of the Meadow Beach, Highland Light, Truro Vineyards of Cape Cod, Race Point Beach, Herring Cove Beach, Corn Hill Beach, Payomet Performing Arts Center, Provincetown Library.
Restaurants in North Truro
4.5 based on 94 reviews
We are a wholesale company that offers the highest quality culinary herbs and spices, extracts, teas, dehydrated vegetables, nuts, seeds, botanicals and essential oils. Our customers range from individuals who order by the pound, to restaurants, food co-ops, and health food stores, who order in much larger quantities. Atlantic Spice Company also offers a large assortment of bulk potpourri ingredients and fragrance oils to either the home or professional crafter.
This was a really fun store. The fragrances were amazing. You can by bulk spices and dried botanicals. I loved the lavender. Lots of salts & peppers.They also have coffee teas and lots of cooking and kitchen items. Many of them quite unique.We spent more time in this store than I expected!
5 based on 216 reviews
Paved trails. Pedestrians and bikers share the path...just pay attention to the bikers, who may not be fluent in path etiquette. Trails roll up, down, and sideways through the dunes. Of course, you should ignore all those foot prints heading off the path. The path winds quite a bit. If you want a straighter path, take the road side.
4.5 based on 99 reviews
No facilities here other than what looks like two bathrooms, but is really the equivalent of a port-a-potty inside. That being said, maybe it's one of the reasons that you're not packed in there like sardines. Available parking, available space with your neighbors. An over dune walk to the beach which can be tough and no mats to make it a little easier. The beach and view are really nice. When high tide starts to come in, it forms these huge trails along the beach where kids gather to use skimming boards. Was awesome to watch them. With the sharks around town lately, not too many swimmers the day I was there. The beach had just been closed the day before. Usual recommendations - be aware, swim in groups. Lifeguards are stationed, helicopters fly overhead, etc. Pay to park just like other National Seashore beaches.
4.5 based on 276 reviews
This lighthouse was the first light sailors glimpsed when reaching this side of the Atlantic Ocean.
If you've never been to Highland Light, you have to go! It's more than a lighthouse. There's a very interesting museum located in the building, and during certain times of year they offer guided tours of the lighthouse. A lot of history, a lot to see, a lot to learn, & if you like to golf, there's an adjoining golf course.. Beyond the lighthouse is a path that leads to the edge of the dunes. The view of the ocean is spectacular! I'm a local and every time I have guests, I always bring them here. And I go by myself, with family, & local friends. It's a great place to go!
4 based on 392 reviews
A new england vineyard on the Cape.
Wine tasting in an elegant surrounding. You can see the vineyard from where you sit (covered in case it rains). There is also a tour of the winery daily.
4.5 based on 1 reviews
Not sure if this was a cyclic event, but the beach had rotting dead small fish along the entire beach. The sand and beach otherwise appear to be great, but we only stayed an hour due to the stench and the water being cold
4.5 based on 788 reviews
Part of the Cape Cod National Seashore, Herring Cove is Provincetown's most popular beach.
Great beach with a Hot dog house, bathrooms and lots of parking. Always so clean. We love this beach.
The local bus brings you and all your beach stuff right to the beach. Being in the COVE no worry of sharks
as RACE POINT sometimes has. Lots of fun in the Sun. A++
4.5 based on 54 reviews
This a great family beach on the bayside of the Cape. There are no big waves, the water is very gentle. The sand is fine and soft and down the beach are private homes. You can see Provincetown in the distance. There is a large parking lot. Most Truro beaches require a beach sticker, which is available on a weekly basis, but you can park at this beach for 10 Dollars a day
5 based on 31 reviews
Many different types of performances in the woods of Cape Cod, at a closed military base. All you really are aware of when you are here is the peacefully location, lovely night sky, surrounding woods and helpful staff. The furthest location from the stage is maybe 100 feet so all the seats are great. We saw Jefferson Starship and the sound was perfect - clear and not too loud. Beer, wine, snacks and soft drinks are available. Seats are folding chairs but are comfortable. Staff were very nice. Nice night breeze after a hot day in the sun. Really fun way to end a great day!
4.5 based on 396 reviews
This building began life as a church in 1860 for the fishing fleet people who lived here at that time, It was they who for whatever reason installed the replica of the Rose Dorothea sailing ship weighing 108 tons.
I suggest you Google Rose Dorothea Privincetown as it makes facinating reading.
The Schooner is on the top floor & frankly it is a odd thing to put in any building.
But if you are in Provinctown anyway it makes for great interest & its free to enter.
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