Province Lands Bicycle Trail.
In 1967, the 7.3-mile Province Lands Bicycle Trail was dedicated by Dr. Paul Dudley White, a nationally renowned heart specialist. Along with the Head of the Meadow and Nauset trails, it was the first route in a National Park specifically designed and built for cycling. Its centerpiece is an exhilarating 5.45-mile loop through thick forest and moonscape dunes. Spurs take riders to Race Point, Herring Cove and Bennett Pond. A recent renovation replaced corrugated pipe tunnels with substantial and handsome new underpasses beneath Province Lands Road. They’re just not quite as thrilling to ride through.
¶ Last updated on 25 February 2017.