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WELCOME TO THE HARWICHES

Seven villages at the elbow of Cape Cod make up the Town of Harwich. These are the North, South, East and West Harwiches, Harwich Center, Harwich Port and Pleasant Lake. Here we have miles of windswept, white sand beaches. Nantucket Sound has an abundance of beaches for the salt-water lovers. If you prefer fresh water, we have many beautiful fresh water ponds to choose from.

Mushroom in the WoodsThree protected harbors offer opportunities for fishing, scuba diving, or boating and sailing, like Wychmere Harbor, one of the most scenic harbors in the world. There are several overlooks on Route 28 from which you can view the harbor activity. Or pack up the family for a day of hiking, biking, bird watching, swimming and sightseeing along the 23 mile bike trail winding through unpsoiled woods, working cranberry bogs and stretches of shimmering ponds.

The seven villages of Harwich offer unique shopping opportunities, historic sites, and sports recreation. Dining establishments cover a range of settings from elegant to take-out. Fresh Atlantic seafood attracts fine diners year-round. Cultural resources abound in the Harwiches, with galleries showcasing their works of fine arts, Brooks Academy Museum displaying historic artifacts local to this area, performing arts at the Harwich Junior Theater, music at the Town Band Concerts and outdoor art shows organized by the local Art Guild.

If you plan on a vacation and are in need of a great place to stay, check out the excellent selection of B & B host homes, old-fashioned country inns and respectfully restored antique houses. Many of the lodgings provide private, self-contained cottages and cabins for weekly rental. And there is always an exceptional selection of comfortable motels, motor courts, hotels, and resorts.

Harwich is busy every season during the year. As Summer fades into Fall, and our beautiful Indian Summer, you may want to experience the slower autumn pace here. Winter, usually mild beacuse of our salt water surroundings, is still active with things to do for the entire family. Our glorious Springtime may be our best kept secret, with lots of pre-summer activities planned. Visit us in any season and experience our special brand of hospitality!



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FOR YOUR INFORMATION

Information Booth
Route 28, Harwich Port, 800-441-3199 or (508) 432-1600
In the Municipal Parking Area along with public rest rooms. Pick up additional information about events and special places of interest.
Information Sign
Main St., Harwich Center (at Getty Gas Station)
Beaches
Fresh Water
Bucks Pond
Fernandez Bog, Long Pond Dr.
Hinckleys Pond
Sand Pond, Great Western Rd.
Seymours Pond, Route 124
Wixen Memorial, Cahoon Rd.
Salt WaterRed River Beach
Atlantic Ave
Bank St.
Belmont Rd.
Brooks Rd.
Earle Rd.
Grey Neck
Jenkins
Merkel Beach
Neel Rd.
Pleasant Bay
Pleasant Rd.
Red River
Sea St.
Wah Wah Taysee Rd.
Wyndemere Bluffs
Zylpha Rd.

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Boat Ramps
Allens Harbor
Herring River
Herring Run
Long Pond
Round Cove
Saquatucket Harbor
Brooks Academy Museum
80 Parallel St., Harwich, (508) 432-8089
Conservation Lands
Herring River - Route 28, West Harwich
Herring Run - Bell s Neck Rd ., North Rd ., Depot St.
Hawks Nest Pond - Oliver's Pond, Hawk Nest Pond
Thompson s Field - Route 39, Chatham Rd.
Disposal Area
209 Queen Ann Rd., Harwich (508) 430-7557
Fire Stations
203 Bank St., Harwich Port, Business (508) 430-7546, Emergency (508) 432-2323
Route 137, East Harwich
Sisson Road, Harwich
Fire Prevention and Inspections (508) 430-7548
Harbors
Harbor Master - Saquatucket Harbor, Route 28, Harwich Port (508) 430-7532
Harbor Master's Workshop - Bank Street Harwich Port (508) 430-7529
Allen Harbor, Lower County Rd., Harwich Port
Wychmere Harbor, Route 28, Harwich Port

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Harwich High School
Oak St., Harwich (508) 432-0340
Libraries
Brooks Library, 732 Main St., Harwich Center (508) 432-1799
Chase Library, Route 28, West Harwich (508) 432-2610
Harwich Port Library, 49 Lower Bank St., Harwich Port (508) 432-3320
Medi Center Five
525 Long Pond Dr., Harwich (508) 432-4100
Police Department, Sisson Rd., Harwich
Business 430-7541
Emergency (508) 432-1212
Recreation & Youth Center
Sisson Rd., Harwich (508) 430-7553
Senior Center / Albro House
Main St., Harwich Center (508) 430-7550
Town Hall
732 Main St., Harwich Center (508) 430-7514
United States Post Offices
Harwich, 1484 Route 39, Harwich (508) 432-1050
Harwich Port, 10 P.O. Square, Harwich Port (508) 432-0272
South Harwich, 944 Main St., South Harwich (508) 432-6629
West Harwich, 216 Main St., West Harwich (508) 432-0948
Whitehouse Baseball Field
Oak St. (Behind High School), Harwich Center

Information Service - The Harwich Chamber of Commerce invites the public to visit the Information Booth on Route 28 in Harwich Port from Memorial Day Week-end through Columbus Day Week-end, 9 AM - 5PM . Their staff will assist you in every possible way. Throughout the rest of the year, you may address your inquiries to the Executive Secretary at The Harwich Chamber of Commerce, P.O. Box 34, Harwich Port, MA 02646 (508) 432-1600 l-800-441-3199

CREDITS

Photo Credits: Frederick G. Volpicelli


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