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Corn Hill Beach, Truro

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Beach · Hidden Gem · Nature / Park
Grassy dunes, calm bay waters, and wheelchair accessibility make Corn Hill Beach a peaceful, family-friendly choice. Centuries ago, Native Americans used to grow corn here; today, you can see ships going to harbor and Provincetown in the distance. The site offers parking space and restrooms, but you'll need to bring the food and umbrellas. Use our Truro online trip itinerary planner to arrange your visit to Corn Hill Beach and other attractions in Truro.
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  • Stopped here to see the historical marker on the 400th anniversary of Mayflower landing. Small memorial at the foot of Corn Hill, where the Pilgrims stole stores of Native American corn. Beach is...  more »
  • The family house is within a mile of this beach so we love that it is close. There is less fear of the sharks to swim here so we can relax a bit more. We like to clam here and my boys liked to...  more »
  • My favorite bay beach. Long, sandy, covered in lovely shells, plenty of room to fly a kite, lay out, stroll, jog, swim, or whatever you like to do at a beach. No lifeguard. No showers. Don't care, it's perfect.
  • Great beach! Not secluded but not overly busy. Portable toilets are available and always clean. Stunning sunsets. Only downside is that stoms have changed the way water flows into the backside of the beach. In years past there were great tidal pools to walk around in with the kids.

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