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Cape Cod Dog Park

Cape Cod dog park

Taking your dog for a walk. While there are plenty of open places on Cape Cod to walk a dog, they mostly require a leash. The Cape Cod beaches are strictly off limits during the tourist season, however leashed dogs are allowed on the National Seashore beaches after 5 pm. There are several dog parks and open spaces specifically for dogs to meet and play off leash. Note: Clean up after your dog. Mutt Mitts … Read more…

Cape Cod Pet Grooming

Cape Cod dog grooming

Will the family dog join you on your Cape Cod Vacation? Does your pet need a little special attention while on vacation too? Why not treat your pup to a vacation grooming with a professional pet groomer? Try one of these services to pamper your pet. And for all-day or over-night care consider a Cape Cod dog kennel nearby to your rental. Cape Cod also has several parks to play off leash!!! Buttons & Bows Mobile … Read more…

Cape Cod Winter Outdoors

Cape Cod Winter Outdoors

It’s time to enjoy the undisturbed solitude of Cape Cod in winter. Wooded trails and empty beaches provide idyllic landscapes for a wealth of activity such as walking, cross country skiing, snow shoeing, and ice skating. Winter on the Cape typically has less snow and cold than its New England neighbors, but there is still enough wintry weather to make it a sporting destination to keep those calories burning. Walking the dog Walking is a low-impact exercise with … Read more…

Shoulder Season Vacation Rentals

Shoulder season vacation

Shoulder Season — here’s what that means and why it’s the best time to travel Are you a competitive traveler looking at the off-season for a good deal? Check out Cape Cod Oceanview Vacation Rental listings for reduced weekly prices or added amenities to attract travelers to the shoulder season. Rental property rates may have been just fine for early-in-the-season bookers who were more than happy to pay a premium to stay in their preferred … Read more…

Entertaining Birdwatching on Cape Cod

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Break out the binoculars! Nearly 400 bird species either spend a few months or live year-round in the diverse habitats of Cape Cod. Even informal birdwatching on Cape Cod is rewarding, inexpensive, and convenient. It is the perfect destination to bird watch. Conservation areas, Audubon sanctuaries, ponds, salt marshes and the Cape Cod National Seashore provide outstanding opportunities for birdwatching. Monomoy/South Beach, Chatham Hundreds of thousands of birds can be spotted at Monomoy National Wildlife … Read more…