The Beachcomber

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The Beachcomber is a Cape Cod institution that has been serving up live music, tasty food and cold beer for over 50 years.  Located in a former Coast Guard Lifesaving Station, this establishment is perched on a dune high above Cahoon Hollow Beach in the Cape Cod National Seashore.  The Beachcomber is the Outer Cape’s go to club to see live music and it offers a truly intimate experience to see a concert.  If you love the sand and dunes of Wellfleet and frequent the beachcomber, maybe a place of your own nestled in the dunes by the Beachcomber is in your future.  Here is a resource detailing homes for sale near the Beachcomber.

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Blog Posts About Cahoon Hollow Beach

Cahoon Hollow Dune Swallows Car

The Beachcomber is now closed for the season and  Wellfleet town leaders are still working on a solution to a recent dune collapse at Cahoon Hollow Beach. A large dune in the front of the popular beach bar & restaurant collapsed in August following heavy rain.The car ended up about 20 feet down in the sand and had to be pulled out the next morning. While luckily no one was injured in the collapse, local officials did put up barricades across the rest of the parking lot and out on th... Read More

The Beachcomber is a Cape Legacy

Along the Cape, summer means sunshine, sand, waves and, of course, a visit or two to the Wellfleet Beachcomber.  More than simply a restaurant and nightclub, the Beachcomber is quite frankly, a Cape Legacy.A tradition on Cape Cod since 1978, the Beachcomber has something for just about everyone.  The location features food, drinks, live music, dancing and fantastic views of Cahoon Hollow Beach.  Referred to by locals as the “Combah”, the location uniquely sits on the top of sand dunes, ... Read More

Cape Cod Lifesaving Stations Live On

Cape Cod is known for its rich history, and some of that history takes on a new, unique role for area residents and tourists.  That’s the case of some of the Cape’s former lifesaving stations that found new life thanks to the ingenuity of local businesses.  With the opening of the Cape Cod Canal in 1916, much of the maritime traffic bypassed the dangerous waters around the Cape and rendered the lifesaving stations obsolete.  The best known and visited former Cape Cod lifesaving station ... Read More

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