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Beach at the Head of the Meadows Beach in Cape Cod, Massachusetts.

The beach at the Head of the Meadows Beach (northern beach access) is located in the northern part of the Cape Cod National Seashore. The beach Head of the Meadows Beach is a beautiful sandy beach.







Directions to the beach at the  Head of the Meadows Beach:
From US Route 6 northbound turn right on Head of the Meadows Beach Road which takes you straight to the southern beach access of the Head of the Meadows Beach. Near the southern beach access turn left on Old Kings Highway, which takes you directly to the northern beach access of the  Head of the Meadows Beach.

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Entrance Fee / Parking Fee at the Head of the Meadows Beach:
- $15.- parking fee during the summer season. The season
  lasts from the end of June till the beginning of September
  and at weekends and Holidays from Memorial
  Day till the end of September.
(as at: Mai 2010)


Infrastructure at the beach of the Head of the Meadows Beach:
- Shower
- Restroom





Beach Ranking of the Head of the Meadows Beach:
- Not ranked at the Beach Ranking.



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Attention / Warning: Shorelines may be unsafe and can be inhabited by dangerous plants and wildlife. Beach conditions can depend on the weather conditions. Always check the current conditions of the weather and the beach. Ask a Ranger or a Lifeguard about the current conditions. Look for warning signs and warning flags.

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