Fall on Cape Cod

Photo Credit: Paul Scharff

Fall On Cape Cod

The days are getting shorter, but there's still plenty of summer fun left on Cape Cod. Take a few days to dive into a more intimate Cape experience, and book your Fall getaway today.

Here's how to make the most of what may just be our favorite season on Cape Cod.

Fall Festivals
Cooler days, art fairs, and a bounty of local harvests make autumn THE festival season on Cape Cod. Here are 8 Fall Fests We Love!

Hopping on a bike is one of the best ways to enjoy the Cape's natural beauty - whether it's mountain biking through wooded forests, a ride along scenic byways, or exploring the many paved trails. Here are some of our Favorite Fall Bike Rides!

Farmers' Markets
Fall means crisp apples, mouthwatering corn and fresh cranberries. Thanks to an abundance of Farmers’ Markets on the Cape, you can get all that and more - including homemade breads, locally-grown pumpkins and handmade crafts. Since the cranberry is Cape Cod’s most famous fruit, try a tour of a working cranberry bog!

Come September, golfers on Cape Cod rejoice. Reduced rates and easy-to-get tee times await at our 40+ Golf Courses, from Par 3s to more difficult courses that challenge even the most seasoned pros.

The Cape is a world-class destination for whale watching, and sightings in the 2019 season have been especially epic. Whalewatch Excursions continue through early October!

Walking Trails
The Cape's natural beauty, enhanced by our fall foliage, can be appreciated best along our well-maintained nature trails, meandering by salt marshes, kettle ponds, cranberry bogs and barrier beaches. Try these Great Autumn Walks!

If you don't know the joys of a Cape Cod Beach Day in Fall, make this the year to experience it. Water temps remain mild, parking is free, and there's plenty of space to sprawl out on the golden sand.

Spotlight on Cape Cod