Race Point Beach

Race Point Beach

West End
  • Mostly hetero
  • Public beach
  • Little Infrastructure
  • Water fun
  • Bicycle

Popular with sunbathers and beachcombers, Race Point Beach is on the northwest side of the Cape Cod Peninsula and is part of the Cape Cod National Seashore. While not specifically a gay beach, in the summer you'll see plenty of gay and lesbian couples catching some rays. The sun shines directly on the beach all day, so bring your sunscreen, and the waters here can be rough - which is great for surfing - but inexperienced swimmers should stick close to shore. Parking in the busy summer months will require a daily permit, which can be purchased for $20 at the beach office.

Race Point Beach, Provincetown, MA, United States

Inn at the Moors

  • Inn
  • LGBTQ
Seaglass Inn & Spa

  • Inn
  • LGBTQ
Anchor Inn Beach House
3.6 km
Anchor Inn Beach House
1 review

  • Inn
  • LGBTQ

The Beach Market and Deli is one of the last stops in the West End on the way to Herring Cove Beach, which means it's the best place to stock your cooler before hitting the sand. It also sells various beach...
  • Beach
  • Deli
Bubala's by the Bay
3.6 km
Bubala's by the Bay
1 review

  • Casual
  • American
3.6 km
Cafe Heaven
1 review

Cafe Heaven, located close to the center of town, serves some of the best coffee in town. Paired with a stack of banana pancakes or some homemade granola and a seat behind the large storefront picture...
  • CafĂ© or Bistro
  • American
3.4 km
The Monkey Bar
1 review

Neither a meat-market pick-up spot nor a locals-only dive, The Monkey Bar keeps things simple: it's just a nice place to hang with your friends and throw back a few cold ones. The music is loud, the...
  • Bar
  • LGBTQ
3.8 km
Wave Video Bar
1 review

The Wave is The Crown & Anchor's video bar, and it has a dozen flat screen TVs to prove it. Whether you want to kick back and watch the game or dance the night away in front of some steamy scenes, the...
  • Bar
  • For Men
Post Office Cafe & Cabaret
3.9 km
Post Office Cafe & Cabaret
1 review

  • Show
  • LGBTQ