Things to do
Truro a beautiful vacation destination with pristine beaches, incredible shopping and dining, historic landmarks, art galleries, and vibrant nightlife. Enjoy sailing on Provincetown Harbor, climb to the top of Pilgrim Monument or go explore the Cape Cod National Seashore. Cherished for its stunning shoreline, historic lighthouses and local artist scene, Truro and Provincetown will awaken your spirit of adventure. There's never a shortage of things to do on Cape Cod.
Check out one of the Outer Cape’s beaches, some of the most beautiful in the world including Race Point Beach that ranks nationally in the top 10 most beautiful beaches.
Bicycles can take you on national seashore bike trails, paved roads and parking areas, and on unpaved roadways (fire roads).
Entertainment & Culture
Provincetown boasts Art Galleries, Fishing, Watersports, Biking, Cafés, Restaurants, Theaters, Whale Watching, and much more.
Whether you’re just beginning or a scratch player, Cape Cod’s 27 public courses and 15 private facilities run the gamut of skill levels.
Hiking & Walking
There are many walking trails at the seashore that are open year round, and miles of beaches that provide a wonderful walking environment.
Tennis has historically been called the sport for a lifetime. It is one of the best sports to play, no matter what your age.
Access over 40 miles of pristine sandy beaches, dunes, and ponds. Kayaks, stand up paddle boards (SUP), and other equipment can be locally rented.
We have compiled a list of annual events typically happening in Ptown. For updated information please contact the organization directly. Also check out The Provincetown Chamber of Commerce Events Calendar and the Ptown.org Events Calendar.