Eastham Community Links & Resources

Eastham was first settled by the Pilgrims in 1644. Originally named Nawsett, the town was incorporated on June 7, 1651. Eastham is home to some of the Cape's most beatiful bay and ocean beaches. Walk the flats on the bay or catch a wave at one of the Cape Cod National Seashore beaches. The town boasts many interesting cultural and historical sites including the Captain Penniman House, the windmill on the green, Nauset Lighthouse and the Three Sisters to name a few.

Interesting Sites: Nauset Lighthouse, Cape Cod National Seashore, Eastham Historical Society, Cape Cod Rail Trail.

Fun Festival: Eastham Windmill Weekend, each year in September.


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Jane Booth is an affiliate of Kinlin Grover with offices from Bourne to Provincetown, Cape Cod, MA.
Call Jane at 508-221-7283.