Sandwich plays host to many pristine sandy beaches, with their spectacular view of the sunset, and create the stage for fun and excitement for the whole family. There are 4 Ocean beaches: Town Neck Beach, East Sandwich Beach, First Beach and Sandy Neck Beach (Sandwich residents only) and 3 Fresh Water Beaches : Oakcrest Cove at Peters Pond, Snake Pond and Wakeby Lake/Ryder Conservation Lands.
Sandy Neck Beach In addition to being a haven for endangered bird and wildlife, this 6 mile long coastal barrier beach known as Sandy Neck, also shares a unique ecology and rich cultural history. This is one of the most beautiful beaches on Cape Cod. There are dunes and a long stretch of sandy beaches. There is an off-road beach, a public beach and miles of trails here.
East Sandwich Beach Located on North Shore Road, this beach is situated behind the grass-covered dunes beyond a row of gray-shingle beach cottages. It's a long stretch of sand.
First Beach At the corner of Tupper Road and Freeman Avenue. Limited parking
Town Neck Beach Here you can watch boats pass through the Cape Cod Canal. Nice, large beach with great inlet. Long, dune-backed bay beach with a mix of sand and pebbles. Nice view. Calm water. Family beach. Large parking. Attendant on duty. Rock jetties. Short walk to beach. Here the Sandwich Boardwalk spans the saltwater marsh taking visitors right to Cape Cod Bay. Sandwich beaches are all conveniently located one hour from Boston, Providence and Provincetown with easy access from Route 6A. Sandwich beaches are a great way for you to spend the afternoon soaking up some Cape Cod sun.