Marconi is another great beach for dogs on the national seashore. Lots of room here, with a huge parking lot rarely fills up. This beach has some really tall sand dunes, and a matching set of tall wooden stairs. Plan on walking a bit to either the right or the left on the beach to get to the unprotected area.
The beach is named for the italian inventor marconi. From a site here, Marconi successfully completed the first transatlantic wireless communication between the U.S. and England in 1903. Most people don’t bother checking out the Marconi Station exhibit, but it is interesting. No dogs allowed there though.
Herring Cove beach’s dog rules:
Dogs must be on a leash no longer than 6 feet
Not allowed on protected (lifeguarded) areas of beach during summer
White Crest Beach (also known as Lecount Hollow Beach) allows dogs year-round, but all dogs must be on a leash between May 15 – October 15. No dogs are allowed on lifeguarded areas from 9:00am – 5pm during the summer.
Lecount Hollow Beach (aka Maguire’s Landing Beach) allows dogs year-round, but all dogs must be on a leash between May 15 – October 15. Dogs aren’t allowed on lifeguarded areas from 9:00am – 5pm during the summer.
Dog-friendly hotels in wellfleet
Dog-friendly restaurants in wellfleet
P.J.’s Family Restaurant
route 6 & School Street, Wellfleet, Ma