Wellfleet... We couldn't have said it better:

"Wellfleet is uniquely characterized by its geography, culture and people. Located 75 miles out into the Atlantic Ocean, it's only 2 miles wide, with beautiful beaches on both the bay and Atlantic sides. Despite its narrow width, strangely enough, it's endowed with beautiful, clear spring-fed ponds, or kettle holes, which were created by glaciers several thousand years ago. Wellfleet Harbor is an actively changing panorama of fishing boats, yachts, trawlers, and, at low tide, flats of shellfish. Wellfleet has become the art center of Cape Cod, and boasts many galleries containing a wide variety of art and fine crafts. The Wellfleet Bay Wildlife Sanctuary offers first-class nature trips, cruises, walks, and instruction; the Cape Cod National Seashore encompasses the entire ocean side of the town. Due to the activity of the Harbor, you're sure to spot some textbook "Cape Cod characters" around town, who make an interesting contrast with the town's upscale restaurants, and are a sure sign you've landed on the Lower Cape."

From CapeCodTravel.com

Uncle Tim's bridge in a winter fog.


Wellfleet news
Local news compiled by www.wellfleetian.com

Wellfleet ponds, beaches, etc:

The Kettle Ponds of Wellfleet

See page 2 of this article for more on the ponds

Arts and culture:

Wellfleet hosts a distinguished inner circle of summer residents

A storied history - The Boston Globe

A listing of the art galleries in Wellfleet.


Good Boston Globe article on local golf courses.
Wellfleet's Atlantic coastline