Truro Massachusetts

Truro is a town on the Outer Cape on Cape Cod. It is bordered on the north by Provincetown, on the north by Wellfleet, on the east by the Atlantic Ocean, and on the west by Cape Cod Bay. It has a year-round population of 2,003 and a summer population of around 15-20,000 *1.

Notable places in Truro include Cape Cod National Seashore, Head of the Meadow Beach, Corn Hill Beach, Highland Lighthouse, Payomet Performing Arts Center, Truro Vineyards, Atlantic Spice, Cape Tip Seafood Market, Montano’s Italian Restaurant, Blackfish Bistro, Truro Box Lunch, Savory & Sweet Escape, and Captain’s Choice Restaurant.

Truro Massachusetts has a fascinating history. *2 The Pamet/Paomet Tribe of Native Americans founded the area and lived happily here for centuries. English explorers arrived in the area in 1603, the Pilgrims in 1620, and the town was incorporated in 1709.

Beaches of Truro

Coast Guard Beach


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