There are a number of visitor centers around the area. The most prominent visitor center is in the town of Eastham, the Salt Pond Visitor Center. Visitors can explore the museum and also enjoy exclusive scenes from the observation area. There is also a bookstore at the center where travelers can buy souvenirs and helpful travel guides. At the northernmost point of the park is another visitor center, the Province Land Visitor Center, which also has an observation deck that gives exclusive views of the dunes and Outer Beach. In Provincetown travelers can visit Race Point Ranger Station, Old Harbor Life-Saving Station and the Pilgrim Monument.
Every year thousands of visitors travel to Cape Cod National Seashore, which is in a different culture of itself, to enjoy beach and water activities. There is also a variety of wildlife available in the area. Visitors will love exploring the lighthouses in the area. Bicycling is a favorite activity that many travelers enjoy. There are a number of trails that can be used by visitors; the Cape Cod Rail Trail is one of the most splendid trails in the area.
The Doane Rock is one of the most unique attractions available at Cape Cod. It is an eighteen feet high stone that is thought to be deposited about twelve to eighteen thousand years ago and offers a great opportunity to explore.
Some of the beaches in Cape Cod National Seashore are Nauset Light Beach, Coast Guard Beach, Marconi Beach, Head of the Meadow Beach, Race Point Beach and Herring Cove Beach. Bicycle trails are plentiful in Head of the Meadow Trail, Nauset Trail and Province Lands Trail.
There are no restaurants available in the park; however travelers can enjoy a great dining experience in the nearby towns. Finding Halal restaurants in the area can be difficult; travelers can inquire in the surrounding towns about the availability of Halal food.