Truro National Seashore

Truro National Seashore

A significant lure of Truro lies in the town's remote undeveloped Atlantic coastline which was forever protected when the Cape Cod National Seashore was established in 1961.  Today nearly half of Truro’s land mass lies within the National Seashore.

The National Park Service administers the popular Head of the Meadow Beach in Truro and a former Coast Guard Station within the National Seashore located by Ballston Beach operates as a youth hostel.  Truro’s other Atlantic Ocean Beaches are located within the National Seashore, but are managed by the town.

Truro National Seashore Homes

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4 Properties Found.
Photo of Listing #21803344
  • MLS® #: 21803344
  • 58 Slough Pond Road
  • Truro, MA 02666
  • $2,795,000
  • 5 Bed, 5 Bath, 3674 SqFt, 3 Acres
  • Single Family
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Photo of Listing #21801941
  • MLS® #: 21801941
  • 37 Old Outermost Road
  • North Truro, MA 02666
  • $2,600,000
  • 2 Bed, 2 Bath, 1662 SqFt, 3.55 Acres
  • Single Family
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Photo of Listing #21609999
  • MLS® #: 21609999
  • 40 South Pamet Road
  • Truro, MA 02666
  • $1,099,000
  • 4 Bed, 2 Bath, 1754 SqFt, 2.7 Acres
  • Single Family
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Photo of Listing #21806882
  • MLS® #: 21806882
  • 30 Longnook Road
  • Truro, MA 02666
  • $725,000
  • 5 Bed, 3 Bath, 1780 SqFt, 0.81 Acres
  • Single Family
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Blog Posts About Cape Cod National Seashore

Cape Cod National Seashore Attracts Many

It is the destination of nearly four and a half million people every year, but there are countless reasons behind why these visitors are attracted to the Cape Cod National Seashore.  From young students to adults, there is plenty to do and see visiting this magical location.Stretching across the towns of Truro, Provincetown, Eastham, Chatham, Orleans and Wellfleet, the area includes 40-miles of beach, plus ponds, marshes and uplands.  Altogether, the combination provides a home for a dive... Read More

Cape Cod Lifesaving Stations Live On

Cape Cod is known for its rich history, and some of that history takes on a new, unique role for area residents and tourists.  That’s the case of some of the Cape’s former lifesaving stations that found new life thanks to the ingenuity of local businesses.  With the opening of the Cape Cod Canal in 1916, much of the maritime traffic bypassed the dangerous waters around the Cape and rendered the lifesaving stations obsolete.  The best known and visited former Cape Cod lifesaving station is... Read More

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