Since Cape Cod National Seashore was established in 1961, a great deal of change has taken place, impacting the seashore at social, economic, and ecological levels. On Tuesday and in the weeks to come a historian will discuss these changes to spur a community conversation.
Cape Cod National Seashore
Whether kite surfing is an appropriate form of recreation at Cape Cod National Seashore in Massachusetts is a topic the park staff wants to discuss with the public.
Leslie Reynolds, a 21-year National Park Service veteran and currently the chief ranger at Cape Cod National Seashore, will receive the most prestigious ranger award, the Harry Yount Award for Excellence in the Art of Rangering, at a ceremony today in Washington, D.C.
Summer has arrived on the Outer Cape! Visitors are coming to Cape Cod National Seashore to enjoy its abundant recreational opportunities, and for rest and rejuvenation. For locals, summer often means company, cookouts, and playing "tourist" with family and friends.
You can find them at Cape Cod National Seashore, Fire Island National Seashore, Assateague Island National Seashore, Cape Hatteras National Seashore, Cape Lookout National Seashore, and Cumberland Island National Seashore. But what exactly is a maritime forest and how to they survive in these salty environments?
While algal blooms that turn water red may look cool, they pose a risk to humans and the shellfishing industry at Cape Cod National Seashore in Massachusetts.
While there are more national seashores (10) than national lakeshores (4), there still aren't a lot of them when you consider there are 410 units in the National Park System. That said, which is your favorite national seashore, and why?
A permit has been approved to allow the use of a drone at Cape Cod National Seashore by researchers working to map a variety of coastal landscapes.
Although increased congressional funding has been committed ahead of the National Park Service’s 100th anniversary celebration, “the annual bill for maintenance in America’s national parks is still almost twice as much as is appropriated,” Park Service Director Jonathan B. Jarvis said.