|as you come off the bridge onto the island you are greeted by this lovely landscaped sign|
We found a great little campground in Eastham, a few miles from the tip of Cape Cod, which backed up to the bike trail. One thing we were super impressed with were the bike trails on Cape Cod – wow - beautiful, wide, paved, 2 lane trails that go all over the island. We discovered Arnold’s – a great little spot right next door to our campground and ate their twice – I had an amaaaazing lobster roll just loaded with big chunks of fresh lobster and Bill had the whole lobster, another night I had the lobster bisque (YUM!) and fresh oysters that they shucked right in front of you at the oyster bar and Bill had the salmon special. Everything was delish!
|Doane Rock, also called Enos Rock, is 45' long, stands 18' high & extends below the ground an estimated 12'|