Boy Beach Tidal Pool Foray with the National Park Service
Learn about coastal biology and look at the Provincetown beaches from a new perspective during this guided tour out to Boy Beach!
Boy Beach Tidal Foray: Do you ever wonder what all the wildlife is that you spot while making the long walk out through the tidal pools to Boy Beach? Here’s your chance to join a Ranger for a walk out to Boy’s Beach, looking for critters and creatures in the mud!
There is no admission fee for this event, but you do need to register in advance as participation is capped at 35 people.
Meet the Ranger on Moore’s Road at the path to Boy Beach. Bike parking is available here. If you are driving, paid parking is available at Herring Cove Beach, where you can walk over to the trail entrance to Boy Beach.
Note: Nudity is not permitted on this hike; but be sure to dress appropriately to be out in the sun and on the sand.
Saturday June 3 Tidal Foray @ Boy Beach 4:00-6:00 (Low tide 5:21 pm)
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