Always wanted to visit False Cape State Park? Intimidated by the terrain, or the fact you have to hike, bike or boat in? Don’t have the time to spend an entire day? Join us, for a scenic wildlife observation and land conservation interpretive trip.
The TRAM tour provides access to False Cape State Park with a unique opportunity to view and learn about the array of wildlife found in the area, from mammals to birds to reptiles. Learn the history and conservation of the Wildlife Refuge and State Park. The trip includes a self-paced one-mile hike (round trip) to historic Wash Woods.
Tram operates April through Memorial Day on Friday, Saturday & Sundays only. From Memorial Day to Labor Day the tram will operate Monday, Wednesday, Friday & Sunday. From Labor Day to the end of October the tram will operate on Friday, Saturday & Sunday only.
TRAM departs from and returns to Back Bay National Wildlife Refuge Parking Lot Tram seating is first-come, first-served. Don’t forget your binoculars. Back Bay Refuge Entrance Fee is required. $5/per vehicle, $2/bicycles or pedestrians.
**Location Detail: Meet at Back Bay National Wildlife Refuge Visitor Center