The tidal bore along the river in Truro is somewhat famous. They've got lights so you can watch it at night and park benches so you can get off your feet while you wait. There's even a small interpretive/information building.
While the total change isn't as great as out in the bay, it's still kind of cool to watch the water flow upstream. We were there during a neap tide period (that's the slowest of the high tide) so we only got to see about a 6-8 inch wave come up the creek.
|Waiting on the tide to come in.|
|Here it comes!|
|And comes and|
|comes some more.|
Eventually all the brown soil would be covered with water. Amazing.
Then we went back to the camper and did laundry and jumped in the pool.