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Cape Cod National Seashore Fees


Beach entrance fees Daily vehicle - $15 Motorcycles - $5 Pedestrians, bicyclists - $3 Cape Cod National Seashore annual pass - $45 Beach entrance fees are collected from late June through early September when lifeguards are on duty, and on weekends/holidays from Memorial Day to the end of September. $15 is the daily vehicle fee, $3 for pedestrians and bicyclists, and $5 for motorcycles. $45 purchases a pass good for a calendar year fee season. Cape Cod National Seashore passes are usually available at visitor centers starting Memorial Day, and at fee booths when they are open. The Interagency Annual pass ($80) may be purchased at Salt Pond Visitor Center year round, and at Province Lands Visitor Center daily from Memorial Day weekend through Labor Day weekend. Link here to information about the "America the Beautiful" National Parks and Federal Recreational Lands Pass. Passes are not available at the Marconi Headquarters building. Interpretive Fees Some interpretive programs, including canoe trips, surfcasting, and the Beach Apparatus Drill, have fees.

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