Bay. You can also head over to Scorton Creek when the tide is coming in and make your way along the creek and under the bridge at Route 6A and out into the marshes to meander deep into the estuary and explore the wildlife and plant life there. You can rent kayaks by the hour or check with Justin about one of his 2-hour guided tours of the Sandwich estuaries. He offers per person and per couple rates.
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If kayaks or bikes are not your cup of tea, there are wonderful hiking trails in Sandwich and East Sandwich. Murkwood in East Sandwich is just a mile and a half long and loops through woods and along the salt marsh. This is a great trail for beginning hikers or for the first outing of the season as it is fairly flat. It will only take you about an hour and then you will be ready for a hot cup of coffee and a brownie at Momo's on Route 6A.
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After a day exploring, your will be ready for a hearty dinner and a good night's rest. Come stay at our inn and we will be happy to help you plan your outdoor adventure and are make reservations for you to enjoy dinner at one of Sandwich's great restaurants.
Jan Preus, the Innkeeper, chef, and artist in residence at the 1750 Inn at Sandwich Center, Sandwich, Cape Cod, Massachusetts