At The Treehouse Lodge we have our very own "beach buggy" to drive guests either to Nobska, the Knob, or Stoney Beach. The buggy runs from 10am-4pm and only needs a 20 minute notice before pick up and drop off. All three beaches are within a 10 minute drive and are absolutely beautiful.
The Knob is one of the best walking paths around Falmouth. The spit of land juts out into the water, protecting Quissett Harbor. There are two main trails each about a mile long. One leads you along the harbor and the other through the woods that are home to dozens of birds species. The paths will bring you out to Crescent beach which spans along the north side of the Knob. If you continue walking to The Knob overlook, you'll find a few steps that transcend you onto a platform surrounded by water, overlooking the Elizabeth Islands to the south west and New Bedford to the west. The Knob walk alone is a wonderful slice of Falmouth. There are several beaches to choose from here -- one that sits at the harbor before the walk and Crescent beach (facing Buzzards Bay) are both wonderful places to spend the day by the water.
WStoney Beach is a local favorite. It’s only a few minute walk or bike ride from downtown Woods Hole, so its easy to grab lunch and a coffee after soaking up the sun. While Stoney is fairly small in size, it is a hub of action - swimmers making laps around the buoy, kids taking swim lessons, yogis on their paddle boards, and of course tons of people just relaxing in their beach chairs. At sunset, Stoney is a great place to bring some dinner and have a beach picnic as the sun fades down over the water. Stoney Beach is a fifteen minute walk from Treehouse Lodge, or a short jaunt in our new Beach Buggy.