Cape Cod Beach Only Accessible by Boat Has Very Loyal Group of Beachgoers
Have you ever heard of the cows that like to hang out at this exclusive beach on Cape Cod? If not, you'll want to find someone with a boat immediately and get ready to experience this really unique Massachusetts spot not too far from the SouthCoast.
West Beach is located on Naushon Island, one of the Elizabeth Islands just off the coast of Falmouth. Given its location, West Beach is only accessible by boat, and frankly, looks like an absolutely gorgeous spot to soak up the sun. But here's the thing: humans aren't the only ones using that knowledge for personal gain and deciding to enjoy a day off here.
Beach bummin' bovine can often be spotted at West Beach, standing near the water and soaking in all the rays of sunshine. They're really out here living all of our best lives, aren't they?
@capeclasp shared some info about the beach and its legen-dairy cow visitors on TikTok, even warranting comments from a few surprised Cape Cod residents who had never heard about the beach or its cows despite quite literally spending most of their time on the Cape.
"*lives on cape cod* *goes to west beach for 1st time* 🐄,"@haleym__ wrote.
Same, girl, same. We need to make our way over to West Beach and see the cows ASAP. Who's got a boat? In case you need to check it out on a map to gauge where this hidden gem of a spot is located, we've got you covered.