Long Point Light Station
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Long Point Light Station is a historic lighthouse at the northeast tip of Long Point in Provincetown, Massachusetts. As a navigational aid, it marks the southwest edge of the entrance to Provincetown Harbor. The United States Coast Guard Light List describes it simply as a "white square tower".
Hike out to Long Point via the West End breakwater or take a short ferry ride from the wharf.
Take a shuttle from the pier to Long Point Light at the very tip of Cape Cod! Spend an hour or a day at the beach exploring, sunning or watching the seals!
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“Small stores and galleries line the pier, and ferries go back and forth from Boston throughout the day bringing people to and fro. ”
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“One name: Barbara Lynch, if you don’t know her - google this amazing Boston chef!”
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“BEST RESTAURANT IN PROVINCETOWN! Italian Seafood on the bay try to eat on the deck around 7. Beautiful Sunset. Make a reservation and cash only! Worth every penny..”
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“Great Theater where Eugene O"Neill's first plays were performed. One of my 10-minute plays was recently performed there.”
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“The beach in Provincetown with the legendary sunsets. For better sand, head on over to Race Point. Herring Cove also offers a local pop-up food shop. During the summer months, there is a few to park at the beach ~$25 per car. ”
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