From sandy beaches to historical treasures, Cape Cod offers a wealth of places to explore. If it’s your first time visiting this coastal retreat, make sure to add these five must-see places to your itinerary.
John F. Kennedy Hyannis Museum
Everybody knows that hot dogs taste best on the beach, which is just one more reason Cape Cod is a quintessential destination for a seaside Independence Day. Keep your eyes posted on local events listings in the weeks to come for a full-schedule of festivities around the Cape.
Looking for ways to make the most of your seaside Independence Day celebrating on Cape Cod? From village parades and jaw-dropping fireworks displays to patriotic concerts that will have you singing right along, here's a round-up of just some of the ways you can show your red, white and blue stripes this Fourth of July!
With summer vacation quickly approaching, it's time to decide. Will the kids laze around the family room all summer long or become happy campers?
Golf is a game that requires time, patience, skill and a little luck. Of course, it never hurts to have some assistance from the experts who understand the nuances of the sport and can offer tips to take your game to the next level.
Relaxing on the beach, exploring scenic bike trails and hiking wooded conservation areas are all great ways to experience summer on Cape Cod. But if one wants to truly become one with summer on the Cape, catch a Cape Cod Baseball League (CCBL) game.
With six swimming beaches, picturesque lighthouses, and plenty of historic sights stretched out along 40 miles of the Atlantic, the Cape Cod National Seashore is a haven for beach bums, nature lovers, history buffs and sea worshipers. Here's what to see, do and eat in each town along the way.
Whatever the mom in your life prefers when it comes to brunch - whether breakfast favorites or classic meals with an oceanfront view - you'll find plenty of options across Cape Cod. Here's where to go to pamper mom while enjoying a memorable Mother's Day meal.