Yarmouth Sand Sculpture Trail

We are fortunate to be able to bring back Yarmouth’s Sand Sculpture Trail for 2023, celebrating 12 years! As one of Yarmouth’s biggest attractions, this sand sculpture trail features 32 family-friendly sand sculptures.  The trail will be available for viewing from Memorial Day until mid-October. All of the sand sculptures will be completed by mid-June (construction of the sand sculptures will begin in mid-May). 

We will have hard copies of the Sand Sculpture Trail maps available at our Visitor Center located at 424 Route 28 in West Yarmouth in late June.

The digital version of the Sand Sculpture Trail Map will be available in mid-June.

Follow our Facebook page to see all the sand sculptures!

Fitzysnowman Sculpting is a Massachusetts-based nationally recognized business that provides unique experiences through the use of art created live and in the studio.

They are best known for creating:

  • The Revere Beach Sand Sculpting Festival
  • The first indoor winter sand sculpting contest for Worcester First Night
  • The originating artists for the Yarmouth Sand Sculpture Trail

Thank you to our sponsors:

Interested in sponsoring the Sand Sculpture Trail? Download the sponsorship sheet for more information.


Bellew Tile & Marble Co.The Cooperative Bank of Cape Cod – CompletedCandy Co.
Route 28 Visitor Center – CompletedStrawberry Lane, Yarmouth Port – CompletedCape Cod Welcome Center (Route 6) – Completed
Yarmouth Town Hall – CompletedCape Cod Creamery – CompletedDunkin’ (Station Avenue) – Completed
Kinlin Grover | Compass – CompletedBayberry Hills Golf CourseBass River Golf Course
The Cove ResortHampton Inn and Suites – CompletedCape Cod Five – Completed
Seafood Sam’sVoila! Designs by Frederique – CompletedTaylor Bray Farm – Completed
Just Picked GiftsToday Real Estate – CompletedLaer Realty Partners
Bass River Rod & Gun ClubRockland TrustJohn G. Sears Landscaping
Dunkin’ (Route 28 & Forest Road)Winslow Crocker HouseCape Sands Inn
Holiday Vacation Condominiums

This project is partially funded by the Town of Yarmouth’s Tourism Revenue Preservation Fund.