CAPE COD

Why do people return to Cape Cod every year? Maybe it’s the simply stunning beaches, consistently ranked among the best in the country. Maybe it’s all the fun things to do, like biking, kayaking, summer theater, whale watching, and world-class golf. Maybe it’s that it’s such a special place that the moment you leave, you’re planning your next trip there. Or maybe they make you sign some sort of Return To The Cape contract? No, that’d be weird.

For more information on Cape Cod, visit:
Cape Cod Chamber of Commerce

  • Nauset Beach

  • Green Briar Nature Center and Jam Kitchen

    East Sandwich

    Green Briar offers natural history classes for all ages, changing art exhibitions, live animal exhibits, a wildflower garden and nature... more

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  • HandCraft House

    Brewster

    A favorite of residents and summer visitors since 1986. The HandCraft House features hand made creations from local, regional and nationally... more

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  • The Hook-Up! Sport Fishing Charter

    Olreans

    We run two boats that fish for Bass, Blues, Shark, and specialize in Bluefin tuna. Check out our website for... more

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  • Hyannis Harbor Artist Shanties

    Hyannis

    Local artists and artisans work and sell their wares all summer long in the seven colorful artist shanties along Hyannis... more

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  • Laura & Tony's Kitchen

    North Eastham

    " Cape Cod's Best Kept Secret" Rachael Ray We are part of the SLow Food Movement -we serve an &... more

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  • Longfellow's Pub

    South Yarmouth

    In our 30th year,still offering the best in Prime Rib and local Seafood. A local's favorite that tourists enjoy... more

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  • Moby Dick's Restaurant

    Wellfleet

    We are a seasonal seafood restaurant open from early May until Columbus Day. We are a family restaurant that is... more

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  • Nickerson State Park

    Brewster

    Campsites are set in a forest that slopes down to five freshwater ponds. Flush toilets, showers, and dumping stations; no... more

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  • The Old Grist Mill and Herring Run

    Brewster

    The Gristmill (c. 1873) uses the falling water of Stony Brook to power its waterwheel. Inside, the miller grinds corn on... more

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  • The Palmer House Inn

    Falmouth

    A charming Victorian B&B located in Falmouth's Historic District, a quiet residential area of tree lined streets, picket... more

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  • Patriot Party Boats

    Falmouth

    Sunset cruises; lighthouse cruises; cruises to the Elizabeth Islands and Cuttyhunk Harbor. more

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  • Roadhouse Cafe

    Hyannis

    Now in our 28th year! Serving lite fare and full fine dining menu 7 days. Daily Early Bird Specials 4-6 PM.... more

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  • Route 6 Information Center

    Barnstable

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  • Sandy Neck Beach

    Sandwich

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  • Taylor-Bray Farm

    N. Yarmouth Port

    If you're a Cape Cod native or recent wash-ashore or visiting the Cape on vacation, a visit to Taylor-Bray Farm... more

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  • Wing Fort House

    East Sandwich

    17th/18th century house with period rooms. more

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  • Alberto's Ristorante

    Hyannis

    Alberto's menu includes dry aged meats, homemade pastas, fresh seafood and more. Private rooms are available. Alberto's has been extensively... more

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  • Arnold's Restaurant & Clam Bar

    Eastham

    "Best fried clams in the world" Food & Wine Magazine "Legendary onion rings" Coastal Living Seafood and raw bar harvested daily.... more

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  • Barnstable Hyannis Charters

    West Yarmouth

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  • Bay View Campground

    Bourne

    Experience the Best of Cape Cod Family Camping! Imagine, you're nestled in the woods enjoying a crackling campfire, the fresh... more

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