Tiny Island In Cape Cod Open To The Public For First Time In 300 Years
Now, the 24 acre 'Sipson Island' has been opened to the public.
The newly minted Sipson Island Trust, with the help of a local non-profit, hopes to restore and care for the island.
The goal of the group is to restore the island's ecology, while supporting environmental and historical education.
Day trip visitors can enjoy hiking, beaches, snorkeling, and 360-degree views of the bay area.
According to CNN, the original owners, the Monomoyick people sold the island to White settlers in 1711.