Nauset Heights is an area along Nauset Beach and the National Seashore in East Orleans, Massachusetts, the outermost part of Cape Cod. Originally inhabited by the Nauset Indians, today Nauset Heights is home for more than 200 families, including summer residents and visitors from all over the world. The shoreline changes every year and with every storm, but without foot prints or Jeep tracks, the beach remains as unspoiled as it was 10,000 years ago.
Latitude 41° 47’ 57” N Longitude 69° 56' 28" W
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Nauset Heights News
The Nauset Heights Association Centennial Birthday Party is coming on Saturday, July 25th. The registration form is now available.
In celebration of the 100th anniversary of the Heights, Jim Tyng, a fourth-generation resident, chronicles its history and spirit in a new book, “Nauset Heights: A Cape Cod Community by the Sea.” Published by the Nauset Heights Association, this 125 page, hardbound book traces the community’s history from its early settlements to the present day, with vintage photographs, maps, and eye witness accounts.
The Barnacles are playing one of their famous Barn Shows on Saturday, July 4th at 4 Standish Road. The show is open to all families and guests, but if you live on the Heights, please walk or get dropped off as parking is limited. The Barn is open at 7:00pm, music starts at 8:30pm. BYOB.
Come enjoy what has become a wonderful summer tradition on the Heights.