Squeteague Harbor Road, North Falmouth, MA 02556
A seagrass lined path leads to Squeteague in Bourne, Cape Cod.

One of the more unique public beaches on Cape Cod, Squeteague is so secluded that it almost feels like you’re trespassing on a private beach. Hidden down a steep dead end road in a quiet Cataumet neighborhood, you probably wouldn’t even know it was there unless you knew where to look. The beach itself is relatively small, but offers great views of Squeteague Harbor and is a great launching spot for kayaks and paddleboards. Parking is limited to a few spots along the road, and reserved for Bourne resident passholders only.

Parking: 5+ spaces

  • Season (Resident) $25
  • Season (Resident Senior 65+) $15

All Bourne public beach parking lots are resident-only with the exception of Monument Beach. Resident passes are valid at all Bourne beaches.

For more information and to purchase passes visit:

No lifeguards
No restrooms
Dogs allowed off-season only. No dogs May 1 through October 15.
Light crowds
Warm salt water