Driving into Provincetown can be a problem in summer, avoid late afternoons, Friday & Sunday evenings if possible. Parking is not a problem since we have unobstructed onsite parking for one car per room.
The Ferry from Boston is a great way to travel into town; you will find rates and schedules on our links page. There are two high-speed ferries that run throughout the day and a slower ferry which runs at the weekends in season. All are passenger ferries and do not carry vehicles.
Flying to Provincetown Cape Air is the only scheduled carrier to Ptown, flying from Boston. Cape Air is a partner airline with Jet Blue, offering a seamless check-in and baggage check from anywhere Jet Blue flies! Cape Air will also offer direct flights from N.Y.C this Summer. Check out Jet Blue/Cape Air’s low round-trip airfare from NY to P’town. You can click through to Cape Air’s website from our links page.
From New York City (290 miles to Provincetown; approximately 5Â½ hours) & Points West: Proceed North on I-95 to Providence, Rhode Island.
- Proceed North on I-95 to Providence, Rhode Island.
- In Providence, take exit 20: I-195 East (Cape Cod).
- Proceed on I-195 East for approximately 44 miles to Exit 22A: Route 25 East (Cape Cod).
- Proceed on Route 25 East for approximately 9 miles to Exit 2: Route 6 East (Provincetown). Enter rotary.
- Proceed approximately ¾ circle around rotary to exit marked Route 6 East (Provincetown).
- Proceed approximately 3 miles along Cape Cod Canal to the Sagamore Bridge.
- Follow directions (below) from Sagamore Bridge.