Coast Guard Beach is part of the six beaches of the Cape Cod National Seashore and is located One and one-half miles East on Nauset and Doane Roads (on road to beach from Salt Pond Visitor Center) in Eastham. This broad, sandy beach that is contained by a steep glacial scarp behind it, a large parking lot and expansive stairs down to the beach. The restrooms and a bathhouse are seasonal.
Pets are allowed in designated areas of the National Seashore. For more information: Cape Cod National Seashore Pet Policy.
Beach Entrance Fees
Daily vehicle – $20
Motorcycles – $10
Pedestrians, bicyclists – $3
Cape Cod National Seashore annual pass – $60
Beach entrance fees are collected from late June through early September when lifeguards are on duty, and on weekends/holidays from Memorial Day to the end of September. $20 is the daily vehicle fee, $3 for pedestrians and bicyclists, and $10 for motorcycles. $60 purchases a pass good for a calendar year fee season. Cape Cod National Seashore passes are usually available at visitor centers starting Memorial Day, and at fee booths when they are open. The Interagency Annual pass ($80) may be purchased at Salt Pond Visitor Center year round, and at Province Lands Visitor Center daily from Memorial Day weekend through Labor Day weekend.