Another delightful post from the Hayes family as they work on their goal to visit all of our False Cape State Park.
Back Bay National Wildlife Refuge and hike, bike, boat, or ride the Tram (summer) or Terra Gator (winter) approximately 3 miles to get into the park. With three small kids, we decided to ride the Tram in. The Tram leaves at 9 in the morning and returns by 1 in the afternoon. It was a bit expensive ($28 for 2 adults and 2 kids) and I was hesitant at first to spend the money, but after the ride I was so glad we did.
The ride in was beautiful. The driver stopped to let us take pictures of any random animals we spotted. The driver was also a wealth of knowledge about the park and local history. The first stop on the tram was the visitor center. At the center you had a choice to continue on the tram up to the Wash Woods church and cemetery or go off on your own for a couple of hours. At first we planned to go off on our own. Yet as we stopped and found out the 75th anniversary cache was close by we decided to let daddy do a quick cache and grab and continue on the tram.