Interactive Trail Map

Provincelands Trail Tour

Check out this great video! One of our guys, Ned, takes you on a tour of the Provincelands Bike Trail! See the trail through the eyes of his Gopro, and check out the beautiful scenery and bike paths Provincetown has to offer.

Points of Interest Near us

  • Center of Town/Town Pier- 1 block
  • Pilgrim Monument- .4 Miles
  • Beginning of Provincelands Trail- .75 Miles
  • Visitor Center- 2 Miles
  • Race Point Beach- 3.1 Miles
  • Herring Cove Beach has 3 options;

  1. The Long Way- 8.2 Miles
  2. The Shortcut (Beech Forest)- 4.7 Miles
  3. The Direct Ride (Commercial/Bradford St)- 2.3 Miles             

  • ​The Big Ride- This Ride takes you on the Provincelands Bike Trail, and hits both Race Point and Herring cove, than returns to our shop through town. It is the longest loop you can take without back tracking- 10.3 Miles

We are very commonly asked for recommendations about food and lunch destinations while out on a bike. We have 2 favorite options and would encourage you to do either;

  1. Lunch on the pier. Lopes Square is just outside the Public Pier (1 block away), and is very well known for its casual, walk-up style food service. Our favorite thing to do, is walk to the shop that smells delicious, order food, and walk down to the pier to eat it. You can enjoy your Lobster Roll while sitting on the edge of the boardwalk, feet dangling over the clear ocean water as you watch ships coming into the Harbor.​                   
  2. Far Land Provisions at Herring Cove. Far Land Provisions is a long standing provisions shop selling everything a small grocer would, and specializing in their lunch service. Recently, Far Land has opened up another shop at Herring Cove Beach, right on the water. We Recommend a nice ride through the Provinceland Trails so you can work up an appetite, and stopping at Herring Cover Beach to enjoy the award winning sandwiches that Far Land has to off