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nyes neck - falmouth ma

For waterfront living in North Falmouth, come explore the impressive community of Nye’s Neck. Found just to the north of Old Silver Beach, the picturesque setting offers the enjoyment of being virtually surrounded by sweeping water views and rolling hills.

As one of the Upper Cape’s oldest neighborhoods, this well-established community actually exists on a peninsula, set between Wild Harbor and Fiddler’s Cove. The community association maintains a boat dock, boat ramp, a floating swim dock and its own private beach.

With easy ocean access via Buzzards Bay, a Nye’s Neck lifestyle is easily complimented by its waterfront appeal. This makes it easy to bask in spectacular views of the water or a stunning sunset overlooking the natural beauty of the

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megansett beach - north falmouth maPhoto: timalosi

Located in North Falmouth, Megansett Harbor provides an ideal location for exploring the Cape and Buzzards Bay. The view from the jetty extending into Megansett Harbor is hard to beat, plus the harbor is the perfect spot for launching sailboats, kayaks and other small boats, with a paved boat ramp and a long wooden dock.

In fact, Megansett Harbor is an extremely popular location for sailboats, as most boats are able to launch right from Megansett Harbor Landing. Right next to the boat ramp you’ll find the fun of Megansett Beach.

The sandy beach is the perfect spot for taking a swim, lounging along the water or enjoying a picnic lunch. Its calm waters are especially favored by families, who often venture to the beach each summer

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Old Silver Beach - Falmouth MAPhoto: Drew Bryden

As one of the most visited beaches on Buzzards Bay, Old Silver Beach has been a “must-go” destination for generations. It’s not uncommon to come across adults who’ve been coming to the beach for years, some of which have come back on a regular basis since they were children themselves.

On some days you’ll find a line of cars waiting to park well before the gates even open in the morning. It’s no wonder that the cars are lined up, as the beach parking lot often overflows into the lot across the street as more and more beachgoers flock to the sandy shore.

Widely regarded as not only the busiest beach in Falmouth but the most profitable in terms of parking fees, it’s common for the beach to take in up to $12,000 per day during the

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