As the largest flats in all of North America, there’s plenty to see and explore at the Brewster Flats. The flats stretch for about 12,000-acres at low tide.
Extending for more than nine-miles from North Eastham to Brewster, this popular recreation area is a great place for learning about nature, and a little history at the same time. That’s because during low tide you can actually venture out quite a distance from shore, which is an appealing option for nature lovers, beachgoers and even artists.
It’s possible to hike seemingly right out to the middle of the Bay. That’s where you’ll find an original wooden packet landing.
It was once used to allow ships into Breakwater Landing to ferry travelers and cargo back and forth between Boston. Low…