From Off Cape
From Boston and North
Finding Sandwich Hollows from either bridge over the Cape Cod Canal is easy. At the northern of the two bridges, the Sagamore Bridge, take Route 6 East (The Mid-Cape Highway) onto Cape Cod. Just 5 miles along the Mid-Cape Highway, take Exit 3, Quaker Meetinghouse Road, and bear right off the ramp- then, immediately turn left onto Service Road where you will see our helpful sign. Sandwich Hollows’ entrance is less than a ¼ mile down Service Road on the right.
From Off Cape
Points west or north (avoiding Boston)
Special Note for our friends from Maine, New Hampshire and Vermont!
You do not have to go through Boston and use Route 3 South in order to reach the Sagamore Bridge. Many headed to the Cape to play Sandwich Hollows go around Boston using Route 128 or sometimes Route 495 during peak traffic times, picking up Route 25 south in Middleboro, which connects directly to the Bourne Bridge. Those preferring to cross the canal using the Bourne Bridge can then head north along the Cape side of the canal (5 miles on Sandwich Road), turning right at the traffic light which is the on ramp to reach the Mid-Cape Highway (route 6 east). Take Exit 3, Quaker Meetinghouse Road.
From The Mid-Cape Area
Though you can use the Race Lane/ Chase Road shortcut from parts of the Mid-Cape, the traditional route to reach Sandwich Hollows remains The Mid-Cape Highway (route 6). Take Exit 4 (Chase Road) and turn left off the ramp, then making an immediate right onto Service Road, where you will see our helpful sign. Sandwich Hollows’ entrance is less than two miles down Service Road on the left.
From Falmouth & Mashpee Area
Heading north on either Route 130 or Cotuit Road will bring you to Quaker Meeting House Road in South Sandwich. From either – turn right onto Quaker Meeting House Road. Proceed less than two miles and turn right onto Service Road, (just before seeing entrance ramps for the Mid-Cape Highway). The entrance to Sandwich Hollows is less than ¼ mile on the right.
Driving Time Estimates: (normal traffic)
|From downtown Boston||1 hour|
|From downtown Providence||1 hour|
|From greater Worcester area||1 hour 15 minutes|
|From Hyannis center||15 minutes|
|From Falmouth center||15 minutes|
|From Plymouth center||20 minutes|
|From Wareham center||19 minutes|
|From Provincetown||45 minutes|
|From New York City||3 ½ hours|
|From Foxwoods||1 ¾ hours|