Today Wilma, Gus, and I Adventured to Scusset Beach State Reservation in Sandwich, Massachusetts, part of Cape Cod. Scusset Beach has 1.5 miles of beachfront. The Reservation allows for camping, trails, and includes part of the Canal Path. As expected, the Reservation it is popular for swimming, fishing, and camping.
We had a wonderful Adventure to Scusset Beach State Reservation. I decided to start our journey on the Canal Path in the Park and headed toward the Beach. It was windy, but warm for a winter day, the sun shining brightly. We trotted down the Path enjoying some exercise. We have been to most if not all of the Canal Path and I would say this was one of the less scenic parts, however great for a walk. We did not see any dogs on our way to the Beach, and it was quiet overall.
Upon arrival at the Beach area, we first sighted the jetty, which paralleled a sand trail to the ocean. I debated how far to go as unfortunately the off-leash beach scene can be quite out of control, but we decided to go for it and check it out. We followed a sand trail until we arrived at the beginning of the sandy beach. The scene was just lovely, the water bright blue. There were few visitors on the beach, so we decided to go for it and off we went exploring. Both Wilma and Gus were energized by the beach digging and playing, which is a little difficult when attached to a leash, and a Mom (haha). We enjoyed some time on the beach before heading back down the Canal Trail. Overall, we spent about two hours walking and exploring. So glad we could check out Scusset Beach State Reservation today (Rating: 4).
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The dune grass is quite beautiful.