After a long day taking in the local sites that include: The Brewster Store, Brewster Historical Society Museum, Brewster Ladies' Library, The Brewster Store
Brewster Sweet, Cape Cod Museum of Natural History,
Cape Cod Sea Camps, Captain Freeman Inn, Satucket Farms and may be The Woodshed. How about your take your best friend to this dog park: leashed pets allowed.
Pilgrim Bark Park located in Provincetown on Cape Cod has a general and small dog section. Many of the elements of the park such as the benches, poop bag stations,and signs were made by local artists. The Whale's Tail Memorial and 'super-size dog house are located right outside the enclosed fence. The signature piece of the dog park is the Mayflower Bench. Provincetown's canine history dates back to 1620 when two dogs came over on the Mayflower Ship.
Located two miles from Provincetown with its own lighthouse, this beach is part of the Cape Cod National Seashore and is governed by its pet policy, which is: Pets on a 6-foot leash are permitted on the beaches with the following exceptions: They are not permitted on lifeguard-protected beaches during the summer, though passing through such an area to unprotected areas of the beach is permitted; they are not permitted on freshwater pond beaches from May 15 to October 15; and they are not permitted in posted locations during shorebird nesting periods—passing through such areas is strictly prohibited. Pets are NOT permitted on designated nature trails; bicycle trails not specifically designated as “pets are permitted”; in areas designated as “protected” by lifeguards during the summer months you may walk your leashed pet through these areas to enjoy walks on “nonprotected” stretches of beach, beyond the red signs; and posted areas where shorebirds nest.