Second Summer on Cape Cod

Second Summer on Cape Cod

Second Summer on Cape Cod

Second Summer on Cape Cod

Second Summer on Cape Cod

Second Summer on Cape Cod

Second Summer on Cape Cod

Second Summer on Cape Cod

Second Summer on Cape Cod

Second Summer on Cape Cod

Fall On Cape Cod

Dive into Fall on the Cape, also known as Cape Cod's Second Summer! Come celebrate the seasonal contrast of vibrant blue ocean, shimmering gold foliage, and scarlet-drenched cranberry bogs.

Here’s how to savor it.

Fresh Seafood
Dig into a fresh lobster dinner or succulent Wellfleet oysters at your favorite restaurant.  With milder temps on the Cape, you can dine al fresco on outdoor decks and intimate patio spaces well into autumn.

Beaches
If you don't know the joys of a Cape Cod beach day in autumn, make this the year to experience it. Water temps remain warm well into September and the beaches are much less crowded (with plentiful parking). When the days start to cool, bundle up for a walk along the seashore!

Water Adventures
Cruise into one of our picturesque bays, kettle ponds or harbors on a kayak or paddleboard. Charter a fishing boat to get your own catch of the day, go on an epic whalewatch adventure, or sail off into a beautiful Cape Cod sunset.

Walking Trails
Explore nature trails that wind through pine and oak woodlands, rivers and lakes, cedar swamps and salt marshes —a wonderland of Cape Cod habitats. Try these Great Family Hikes!

Gorgeous Colors
The garden path at Heritage Museums & Gardens in Sandwich is pure eye candy this time of year. October brings colorful berries and hollies, with hydrangeas “antiquing” into pinks and reds. Your Instagram feed just got a lot more colorful!

Leaf-peeping
Often overlooked for showier parts of New England, Cape Cod is the perfect place to take in rich autumn colors. Here are a few of our favorite ways to experience the change in season on the Cape.

Biking
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 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.

Golf
Come autumn, 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 (it's also one of the most socially distanced sports around).  Book your golf tee time online today!

Breweries and Vineyards
Get a taste of Cape Cod! Here's a look at some of the craft breweries, wineries and distilleries revolutionizing the Cape’s craft beverage scene.

Museums
Explore Pilgrim Monument & Provincetown Museum's'new exhibit “Our Story: The Early Days of the Wampanoag Tribe and the Pilgrims Who Followed.” Walk the 1.6-mile Kennedy Legacy Trail across downtown Hyannis for a glimpse into President Kennedy's life on Cape Cod, then visit the nearby JFK Museum for special exhibits and rare photos showing the Kennedy family's longstanding Cape connection.

Come enjoy into a more intimate Cape experience, and book your Second Summer getaway today.

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