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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…

Around Cape Cod in Six Bites

Six bites spices

Tuna Tataki, Tofu Boboti, and other international eats blow the lid off the Cape’s battered-and-fried image. Mr. Kabab | Hyannis Very authentic Mediterranean takeout. Mr Kabab offers up Shawarma chicken wrap and a side of hummus, falafel and chicken kabob plate, hummus and baba ghanoush. The portions are generous, fresh, mouthwatering and flavorful.         Inaho | Yarmouth Port The atmosphere is soothing and the sushi is sublime. Shoji screens, woven mats, a … Read more…

Cape Cod Fall Festivals

Orleans Surf Festival

As the summer crowds drift away and the sharks migrate south, Cape Cod comes alive with outdoor Festivals and Craft Fairs. Plan your next weekend get-away and join in with Cape locals for some of these New England festivities. Our selections for you below are entirely unique to the Cape Cod region! Yarmouth Seaside Festival |South Yarmouth Saturday + Sunday + Monday, October 6 – 8 Festivities include a craft fair of more than 125 … Read more…

Charter Fishing on Cape Cod

Cape Cod Charter - bass

Book a Cape Cod Oceanview rental property and sign up for a shoulder season sport fishing charter with a local, licensed captain. There are dozens of top rated charter guides with vessels of all sizes and excursions from which you can choose your special trip. September and October produce some of the best catches for Bluefin, Stripers, and Sharks, Cape Cod’s top fishing goals for the charter season. Fish can be found in every depth … Read more…

Autumn Golfing on Cape Cod

Cape Cod Golf

Spring and summer provide never-ending days for hitting the links, but autumn reigns supreme for some Cape Cod golfers. Temperatures grow slightly cooler and the Cape Cod golf courses become noticeably less crowded, while days are still long and warm. Picture this… the crisp sound of a club face contacting the golf ball with no grass in between. The muted “thunk” of a well-played bunker shot. The soft, little plunk heard from the fairway when … Read more…