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Gorgeous Great Blue Heron At Wiley Park On Cape Cod.

This Great Blue Heron likes to hang out by the little creek that feeds the two ponds at Wiley Park. I see him there frequently as I hike over the bridge. He doesn’t seem spooked by me as many Great Blue Herons are when they just fly away. (Click on blog link for other photo.)

As you can see in the photos, he is pretty well disguised in the trees and brush. What a beautiful bird!

Great Blue Heron Fishing In Wiley Pond On Cape Cod!

If you want a truly beautiful hike through the woods and by a kettle pond on Cape Cod, try Wiley Park in Eastham. You never know what you might see!

I love hiking Wiley Park. There are so many different trails to take and  I never get bored… there is always something new to see.

The other day we were walking over the bridge and I happened to look down and saw a Great Blue Heron fishing in the pond. I certainly was in the right place at the right time. He was so patient… just look at his eyes.

Have you ever hiked Wiley Park?

Our Wiley Park Loop Hike On Cape Cod Is On The AllTrails App.

One of our favorite hikes in this area is at Wiley Park. It is so close to home , easily accessible and always a new adventure. A photograph of the entire hike is at the end of the blog.

You can park your car on Herringbrook Road and hike a nice 1.9 mile loop through the woods, along the shores of Great Pond and over the bridge to its attached kettle pond. It is really pretty any time of the year. There are many little off-shoot trails so you can lengthen or shorten your hike as you like.

It is a very easy hike and fun for the whole family!





The Bridge At Wiley Park In Eastham On Cape Cod.

Wiley Park is one of my favorite places to hike here on Cape Cod. It is so pretty with 2 kettle ponds within view. It is especially nice when it is chilly outside or when the wind is blowing as it is very sheltered.

This is the bridge that connects the trail over the 2 kettle ponds. I really like how it looks. What do you think?