- Dates: Open all year
- Fee Dates: Late spring to end of September
- Times: 6 in the morning to midnight
- Entrance Fees: $25 day, $60 season, all NPS Cape beaches, $15 motorcycles, $10 walk-in
- Fires: Permit required, limited number
- No pets in active shorebird areas that are marked
- Lifeguards: in season (third week of June to first Monday in Sept.)
- Parking spaces: approximately 2-300
- Access: Wood stairs
What makes Marconi Beach unique?
Marconi Beach is an incredibly large Cape Cod Beach with outstanding facilities, a large parking lot, lifeguards in season, a wide beach, and miles of beach for long walks with no houses in sight. This beach is a keystone property of the Cape Cod National Seashore. There are public restrooms and bathhouses. The beach is easily accessible from the Cape Cod Rail Trail and Route 6 in Wellfleet.
The National Park Service does a great job of maintaining the facilities here. The parking lot, the stairs, the restrooms and the bathhouse are in great shape.
The National Park Service offers great deals like:
- Free Annual Passes for active military members and dependents
- Lifetime Senior Passes for anyone 62+ years for $80.00
- Annual Senior Passes @ $20.00
- Access Passes @ $10.00 processing fee, lifetime pass for those with permanent disabilities
- Annual Passes @ $80.00 per year for access to more than 2,000 Federal recreation sites
Marconi Beach Photos
Marconi Beach Resource Pages
- National Park Service Passes Page
- NPS Marconi Beach Page
- Cape Cod National Seashore Map one stunning, comprehensive map of all NPS and town maintained beaches from Nauset Light Beach to Race Point in Provincetown and back to Great Island in Wellfleet