Pick up the twenty-six mile Cape Cod Bike and Rail Trail at Ocean Edge and continue to the Cape Cod National Seashore all the way to Provincetown. The "bike trail" as it is known, is for bikers, walkers, and joggers. The Rail Trail is dotted with plenty of opportunities to visit other beaches and ponds, or to grab lunch or an ice cream cone along the way. Bike rentals and helmets are available at Ocean Edge for all ages, as are baby buggies that attach to adult size bikes, and tandem bikes for kids too young to keep up. The Bike Trail is safe for strollers and motor vehicles are not allowed. For more information visit www.capecodbiketrails.com.
Just a three minute bike ride from Ocean Edge is Nickerson State Park. A haven for campers, Nickerson offers paddle boat rentals and a chance to swim in some of the Cape's most scenic ponds.
Approximately 27,000 acres of picture-perfect uplands of undeveloped beaches, salt marshes, bike trails, kettle ponds, ocean, protected bays and forest. The Cape Cod National Seashore is comprised of land from the Southern tip of Monomoy Island off Chatham to Provincetown.