Cape Cod’s North Truro & Provincetown

Cape Cod North Truro and Provincetown

Before this year, I had only been to Cape Cod once in high school. As a few high school kids there without parents, we were limited in what we were and weren’t allowed to do.

This year, I had the pleasure of staying in North Truro, a sleepy little New England town situated just before the party center of Provincetown. Littered with quiet beaches and those unmistakable New England ocean stones, North Truro was definitely a subdued oceangoing experience I was not used to.


Sandwiched between cascading dunes with breathtaking sites, North Truro is an Atlantic destination that is more dominated by the vegetation, stubborn oceanic weather, and wild nature than it is by tourists.

At first, I didn’t know what to make of the place. I felt as though I was an intruder in a small town when I first arrived. But after a few days, I began to understand the quiet appeal and hidden charm that can only be noticed after visiting the beaches, nature walks, and charismatic deli & cafe stops.


I had the pleasure of witnessing a classic Cape Cod sunset, equipped with the dune grass, shoddy fencing, and fishermen in the distance.


North Truro won over my heart whole-heartedly, and I can’t wait to go back one day.


With North Truro nestled closely to the infamous Provincetown, I took the shuttle into town almost every night for dinner, drinks, spectacles, clubbing, and impressive karaoke. Known to be a prideful destination for couples around the world, it was an incredibly entertaining place to stroll about night after night.

Defined by the zillions of pride flags flying high from the buildings, establishments, galleries, and apartments, Provincetown had something for everyone.


By my last night, I felt incredibly sad to be leaving Cape Cod’s sleepy getaway just below one of the most personable vacation spots I’ve ever been to. I left just before the Carnival Parade; however, I plan to stay long enough to witness the parade spectacle in a few year’s time.

All in all, if there’s one thing I can say after 5-days in North Truro and Provincetown, it’s that I felt incredibly rested, rejuvenated, and at peace returning back to the working world.

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