Beach / Firepit

  • overlooks lewis bay
  • Lewis Bay Cape Cod
  • Beach Firepit - Bayside Resort Cape Cod
  • beach campfire - firepit
  • Couple on beach - Bayside Resort Cape Cod
  • View of Lewis Bay - Yarmouth MA
  • Bayside Resort Hotel _ Romantic Campfire
  • Bayside Resort Hotel _ Adarondack Chairs
  • Bayside Resort Hotel _ Lobster traps on Beach
  • Bayside Resort Hotel - Waterview
  • Bayside Resort Hotel - Cape Cod Saltmarsh Waterview
  • smores


Beach / Firepit

Cape Cod’s Natural Beauty

Bayside Beach is a sandy area that sits overlooking a picturesque Cape Cod salt marsh of Lewis Bay.  It features a patio with umbrella tables, lounge chairs on the beach, and adirondack chairs around our firepit.


Our beach campfire is lit each night at sunset during the summer, and by request off season. Roast marshmallows, teach the little ones how to make ‘Smores. Enjoy the warmth of the fire as the sun goes down with your favorite beverage from the pub.

What You Will See

This is an estuary to many different types of birds, marine animals, wildlife, and natural vegetation. Enjoy the peaceful tranquility along with the sounds of birds calling and sea breezes blowing along the sea grass.

Lewis  Bay Estuary

Lewis Bay Salt Marsh is home to Osprey, Sea Ducks, Sea Gulls, Hawks, Canada Geese and Swans, along with a host of other local birds.  You can also find soft shell clams (Commonly known as Steamers), Quahogs (pronounced Co-hogs), Mussels, and Razor clams which are foraged by the wildlife at low tide.  Red Fox, Whitetail Deer and Coyote have also been spotted.

It is also home to two rare and protected bird species, the Northern Harrier and Least Tern, and two endangered reptiles, the Diamond-Backed Terrapin and Eastern Box Turtle.

Cape Cod Beaches

There are many open water beaches for swimming located within a short drive.  The North Side beaches are on Cape Cod Bay and feature cooler water.  The South Side beaches are on Nantucket Sound and have warmer water.  If you are looking for big waves, you will want to go to the National Seashore on the Outer Cape.