The Cape Cod Bike Trail has lots of signage, in several different formats.
In some places, mileage markers were painted on the path itself:
The original railroad used granite posts and sign markers, so they wouldn’t rot in the rainy climate. Many are still in place along the trail, and some of the new bike markers are in the same style. The marker below reminds you are on the Cape Cod Rail Trail, at mile 12, en route to Orleans:
There were also information maps and interpretative signage to get the most out of your sightseeing:
Other public signage showed facilities and directions:
Enough of signs: look at the scenery, the lakes and small beaches beckoning: