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Shining Sea Bikeway
#1 of 18 Nature & Parks in Falmouth
... Some breathtaking views as you round it's winding bends and curves, very peaceful communing with nature almost completely protected from traffic, quaint bridges, long stretches of beach, salt ponds where trees...
There is an easy access to several beaches and cafes in Falmouth and Woods Hole and an opportunity to be close to nature - there are osprey nests close to the path, many smaller birds make the greenery their home,...
Cornelia Carey Sanctuary (The Knob)
#2 of 18 Nature & Parks in Falmouth
There is a lovely little beach out near the end, which my son loved running around on, and it is great for nature photography.
Very easy nature walk little gem in Falmouth.
Highfield Hall & Gardens
#3 of 18 Nature & Parks in Falmouth
Along with its adjoining mansion, Tanglewood, which was demolished in 1977, Highfield Hall was originally surrounded by park-like gardens, carriage trails and almost 700 acres of woodlands.
We have been taking our three generation family there every summer and always enjoy the combination of history, nature and art that is our experience.
Old Silver Beach
#4 of 18 Nature & Parks in Falmouth
There are two parking lots one for residents and one for non...as a non resident you have to park there but walk over to resident side so you can be with the locals.
If you get there late enough you not only get to park close but also for free!
Woods Hole Science Aquarium Woods Hole
#5 of 18 Nature & Parks in Falmouth
DEFINITELY a hidden treasure and very interesting...no fee just a donation..a tad hard to locate..but woods hole is small so it's easier..no parking except on the street and it's metered..best to park and walk.
With hands on experience lots and lot of local info.. only down side is parking we had to park almost 2 blocks away.
Spohr Gardens
#6 of 18 Nature & Parks in Falmouth
A truly unique setting that stimulates the senses to commune with Nature.
This lovely little park is a hidden treasure of the Falmouth area.
Wood Neck Beach
#7 of 18 Nature & Parks in Falmouth
You will need to purchase a beach parking sticker to park at the public beaches but this beach is relatively uncrowded.
I'm from out of town and was concerned about needing a permit but was told to go ahead and just park without a problem(and didn't have one).
Falmouth Heights Beach
#8 of 18 Nature & Parks in Falmouth
There are several places along the beach to park.
Staff allowed me to park without a sticker as beach not busy.
Aquarium of the National Marine Fisheries Woods Hole
#9 of 18 Nature & Parks in Falmouth
Chapoquoit Beach
#10 of 18 Nature & Parks in Falmouth
Stony Beach Woods Hole
#11 of 18 Nature & Parks in Falmouth
A semi-private beach requiring a Woods Hole permit to park although no restrictions on foot traffic.
If you don't have an MBL sticker for your car park in metered areas close to the beach.
Ashumet Holly and Wildlife Sanctuary
#12 of 18 Nature & Parks in Falmouth
Buzzards Bay Discovery Center Woods Hole
#13 of 18 Nature & Parks in Falmouth
Menauhant Beach
#14 of 18 Nature & Parks in Falmouth
Bell Tower Lane Playground Woods Hole
#15 of 18 Nature & Parks in Falmouth
Falmouth Town Landing
#16 of 18 Nature & Parks in Falmouth
Waquoit Bay Reserve Waquoit
#17 of 18 Nature & Parks in Falmouth
Coonamessett River
#18 of 18 Nature & Parks in Falmouth