Province Lands Bike Trail Massachusetts

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Features: This trail loops around the Province Lands, passing through pine forests, sandy dunes, and low-lying cranberry bogs. There are … See more

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May 26, 2023
We rented almost new e-bikes from Provincetown Bike Rentals (great service and equipment). Two hours was just the right amount of time on this "bike trail like no other" (-mike riley, bike shop owner… Full review by bt2058
Apr 16, 2023
Wow gorgeous. Nice way to see the sand dunes and beaches. Bike ride was fun with all its hills and just hard enough for a bike trail to please everyone. We went off season, so it was perfect and not … Full review by SuzFF
Oct 7, 2022
Beautiful bike trails through sand dunes and forest. Such beautiful scenery- easy to stop and take pictures. It is quite hilly in spots. Definitely a must do. Full review by Mjrrnc

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Where should I begin the bike path? at what point?
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You can park at the Beech Forest parking lot off Race Point Rd if driving. Otherwise, if coming from Ptown on bike, go to the car entrance of Herring Cove Beach, and follow the detour …
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You can park at the Beech Forest parking lot off Race Point Rd if driving. Otherwise, if coming from Ptown on bike, go to the car entrance of Herring Cove Beach, and follow the detour signs farther down the road. There's a small parking lot there, which holds 12-16 cars. You'll find the entrance to the bike path there.
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Answer by Ro A · Jul 17, 2018
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Is there a near by place to rent a bike for this trail?
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I LOVE Liz the owner of the Bike Shack on Shank Painter. I feel her bikes are the best in town. Tell her I told you. Enjoy the bikes and your travel on this GREAT TRAIL.
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What is the best part of this trail to walk? How long a walk or distance covered to walk? The entire trail is meant to be …
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What is the best part of this trail to walk? How long a walk or distance covered to walk? The entire trail is meant to be for bikes, but what's the best part to walk? Is there parking along the trail for walkers? bikers?
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it can be done on bike or foot. When we did it, they had had rains that flooded out a part of the trail. This was not posted. So, we had to get creative in our going around the flooded …
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it can be done on bike or foot. When we did it, they had had rains that flooded out a part of the trail. This was not posted. So, we had to get creative in our going around the flooded parts which may have been difficult on a bike. Not sure I would have tried to go through on a bike. If you go on one trail it is twice the length of the other and it is posted at the start. There is not parking along the trails for walkers but if you go to the beginning of the park, there is a ton of parking there and an amphitheater, as well as bathrooms/ drinking fountains (which were not yet working for the season when we were there). check this out the day you go for updates and directions nps.gov/caco/planyourvisit/province-lands-bike-trail.htm
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Can dogs go on the trail?
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I imagine so. It's about a 4ft wide paved path through the Dunes. Sometimes crosses the road through that runs through the Provincelands. You'd just have to watch for the bikers …
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I imagine so. It's about a 4ft wide paved path through the Dunes. Sometimes crosses the road through that runs through the Provincelands. You'd just have to watch for the bikers coming through as you wouldn't necessarily hear them behind you. And unless there is a large group completing a trek, if's a pretty solitary trail.
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Answer by Chris H · May 30, 2016
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