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FROM OFF-CAPE:
From the Sagamore Bridge (the one that connects with Route 3 from Boston):
After crossing the bridge onto Cape Cod, stay on Route 6 East, which is also known as the Mid-Cape Highway. Then you just continue on Route 6 for approximately 46 miles until you see Olivers' sign on your left.
One thing to remember is that you will encounter a rotary after about 36 miles on Route 6 - just go 180 degrees (halfway around) and continue on Route 6 East - Olivers is only 10 miles beyond that.

From the Bourne Bridge (the one that connects with Route 25):
After crossing the bridge onto Cape Cod, you will immediately encounter a rotary. Go 3/4 the way around and take the exit for Route 6A East (also known as Sandwich Road or the Old King's Highway). After 3 miles, turn right and go up a hill at the intersection with the signs pointing toward Route 6 East, which is also known as the Mid-Cape Highway.
Then you just merge with and stay on Route 6 for approximately 46 miles until you see Olivers' sign on your left.
One thing to remember is that you will encounter a rotary after about 36 miles on Route 6 - just go 180 degrees (halfway around) and continue on Route 6 East - Olivers is only 10 miles beyond that.

FROM PROVINCETOWN and TRURO:
Just head West on Route 6 and go past the exits for Wellfleet Center. Olivers Red Clay Tennis Courts will be on your right. Olivers is about 20 minutes from Provincetown and 10 minutes from Truro.

   

          

      
       Look for our sign on Route 6
 
      
         Ask for me, Steve Oliver
 
      
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