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Exciting Fall Get-Aways on Cape Cod

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Fall on the Cape is filled with exciting festivals, shows and things to do. In addition to taking those uninterrupted beach walks and bike rides now that the summer crowds have left, there is still plenty to do. Shellfish and sailboat festivals, craft fairs, brewery celebrations and agricultural harvest times are in abundance from stem to stern on Cape Cod. Plan your vacation get-away now! Harwich Historical Society Antique Show | Harwich Sunday, September 1, … Read more…

Five Family Friendly Restaurant Favorites

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A family vacation on Cape Cod is often a great opportunity to enjoy dining out together. But the question is, where to go that’s a family friendly restaurant and serves great food? Here are five family friendly restaurants recommended by our Oceanview staff. Captain’s Choice Restaurant | North Truro  A true sea-to-table eatery specializing in food that speaks of Cape Cod. Our menu features fresh fish, shellfish and more from Cape Tip Seafood. Right off Rt. 6 on … Read more…

5 Reasons Why We Love Summertime Baseball

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The Cape Cod Baseball League is the premier amateur baseball league in the nation since 1885. The Cape League embarks this June for its 133rd season, featuring a 44-game regular-season schedule and an action-packed postseason made up of best-of-three quarterfinal, semifinal and championship series. Among the highlights will be the 2018 Cape League All-Star game on Sunday, July 22 at Whitehouse Field, home of the Harwich Mariners. The Cape League is recognized as the best amateur summer … 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…

#1 Cape Cod Activity: Climb the Pilgrim Monument

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Standing at 252 feet, the Pilgrim Monument at the Provincetown Museum commemorates the history of the Mayflower Pilgrims and beyond. On November 21st, 1620, the Mayflower, carrying 102 passengers, men, women and children, cast anchor in this harbor 67 days from Plymouth, England. The Pilgrims actual first landing spot was right here at the tip of Cape Cod. It’s the tallest all-granite structure in the United States and requires summiteers to mount 116 steps to … Read more…