At Wellfleet Bay Wildlife Sanctuary, specialists in Cape Cod ecology lead fun and educational nature-based programs for students from preschool through high school.
Great Marsh Kayaking features naturalist guided tours highlighting seals, sea and shorebirds as well as ample opportunities to swim and picnic on the beaches of Cape Cod.
Zephyr Education Foundation hosts educational on-the-water marine science and technology field trips in Woods Hole.
The Provincetown Center for Coastal Studies marine education program offers a schedule of activities designed for a broad spectrum of audiences and ages, including students and the general public. Programs incorporate cutting edge research of PCCS scientists, as well as an introduction to the natural history of coastal and marine environments of Cape Cod.
SUPfari Adventures ~ Cape Cod facilitates a variety of SUP (standup paddling) instructional, educational & fitness programs that provide a unique and diverse outdoor experience accessing Cape Cod’s pristine fresh & salt waterways in a fun, safe & peaceful way for people of all ages and experience levels. Come join us for a journey like no other, as nature unfolds her hidden gems.
Long Pasture Wildlife Sanctuary is located on the north side of Rt 6a in Barnstable. Trails are open daily dawn to dusk. Sanctuary admission is free for members; $4 adults, $3 children for non-members.
Cape Cod’s Nature Place: The Cape Cod Museum of Natural History is nestled on 400 acres of conservation land in Brewster. Outside, enjoy a naturalist guided boardwalk tromp through salt mash and woodlands to a remote beach. Inside, visit the aquarium, Wampanoag & archaeology exhibits, bird carving workshop and observation bee hive. Participate in standards driven, STEM based, science, art, nature and history activities.
Come see what we’re talking about! Start your day the right way aboard this classic train ride that brings you up close with the hidden beauty of the Cape by taking you to areas only accessible by the railways. View woodlands, sand dunes, cranberry bogs and salt marshes with on board narration to add another dimension. We think no trip would be complete without seeing the morning sun reflecting off the famous Cape Cod Canal- it’s been known to leave onlookers speechless!
Much of Cape Kayaking’s photography has been taken by jlgosselin Photography.