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.

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  • Nauset Beach

  • Monomoy National Wildlife Refuge

    Chatham

    Most of refuge is accessible by boat only; commercial service in season; more than 250 species of birds; surfcasting, lighthouse, visitor... more

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  • National Marine Life Center

    Buzzards Bay

    Featured exhibits, hands-on activities, and educational programs about marine animals, wildlife rehabilitation, and ocean conservation. Open Memorial Day to Labor... more

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  • Nauset Ice Cream

    Eastham

    Ice Cream shop. All ice cream made homemade in our shop daily! Over 33-36 flavors. Outdoor patio 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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  • Northeast Fisheries Science Center

    Woods Hole

    Complete with a walk through aquarium and petting zoo. The center seeks to better understand living resources and their ecosystems. more

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  • Ocean Front

    Sagamore Beach

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  • Old Sea Pines Inn

    Brewster

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  • Old Yarmouth Inn Restaurant and Tavern

    Yarmouth Port

    The Old Yarmouth Inn offers classic cuisine for the next generation. With our delightful menu, friendly staff and awesome wine... more

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  • The Optimist Cafe

    Yarmouthport

    Known for its distinguishable charm, novel breakfasts, brunches, lunches, high tea and seasonal wine bar with live jazz and blues,... 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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  • Peddler's Restaurant

    Brewster

    A tiny, romantic restaurant owned and operated by a French chef and his wife, offering a unique dining experience in... more

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  • Pirate Adventures

    Provincetown

    Family fun aboard the SEA GYPSY. Children participate in a real pirate adventure. Sailing daily starting at 10:00 a.m. June 15... more

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  • Race Point Beach

    Provincetown

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  • Schooner Hindu of Provincetown

    Provincetown

    Two-hour sails in Cape Cod Bay aboard half scale model of a 19th-century fishing schooner; private charters. more

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  • Sea View Beach

    Yarmouth

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  • Seaside Inn

    Falmouth

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  • Shawme-Crowell State Forest*

    Sandwich

    Yurt camping [no pets] available. Camping fee provides access to nearby Scusset Beach. Flush toilets, showers, dumping station; no hookups. more

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  • Shipwreck Lounge

    Provincetown

    Provincetown's Shipwreck Lounge is an upscale and sophisticated lounge. The lounge features warm wood tones, a large fireplace and comfortable... more

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  • Shui Spa

    Provincetown

    Our award winning Provincetown Shui Spa offers a tranquil, comfortable, unisex full-service spa environment featuring elegant treatment rooms, staffed with... more

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