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EXPERIENCE THE NATURAL BEAUTY of  CAPE COD


Cape Cod is a vacation paradise known for its unspoiled and pristine natural beauty. There are a breathtaking 560 miles of outstanding beaches, excellent golf, sailing, surfing, seafood, whale and seal watching, biking and hiking activities. Taking the time to explore all that is New England’s Cape Cod, with its colorful villages, shifting dunes and enchanting vistas will have you dreaming of coming back soon.

Click here for a calendar of events and activities on the Cape.


ARRIVING AT THE CAPE

By Car/Land

From New York City and Providence RI
Take I-195 to MA 25/28 South and cross the Bourne Bridge, if you're heading to Falmouth or Woods Hole. If you're going to Sandwich, Hyannis, or other Cape points, don't take the Bourne Bridge, rather take US 6 East just before the Bourne Bridge, and this will take you North and East to the Sagamore Bridge, where you cross the canal.
From Boston and Plymouth
The Southeast Expressway (I-93) will take you right to MA 3, which goes straight to the Sagamore Bridge to get onto Rt 6 East.

Mid-Cape Highway
US 6, the Mid-Cape Highway, is the fastest way to travel from the "Inner" (or "Upper") Cape" (the part you first come to by land) to the "Outer Cape" (or "Lower Cape"), the narrow portion North of Orleans to Provincetown.

The Alternate Route
MA 6A: US 6 is not the prettiest way to go, being hemmed by forest for most of its length. If you have the time, travel MA 6A through the pretty towns along Cape Cod Bay instead.

The stretch of MA 6A between Sandwich and Dennis is a lush panorama of bogs and marshes, distant views of dunes and the sea, birds calling and fluttering, and a winding road dotted with antique shops, craft shops, art galleries, and other businesses, including lots and lots of real estate offices. The road leads through the villages of Barnstable, Cummaquid, Yarmouthport, Yarmouth, and Dennis before heading Eastward to Brewster.

By Boat/Sea
Bay State Cruise Company, 200 Seaport Blvd, Suite 75, Boston MA 02210, runs daily cruises between Boston and Provincetown in the summer. Telephone 617-748-1428.

By Plane/Air
Cape Air and Jet Blue provides service to Hyannis from a number of airports. Airports in Boston and Provincetown are 90 miles away.

By Train
Capeflyer provides Train service to and from Cape Cod to Boston. 


CAPE COD MAP / LOCATION




ARTS & CULTURE


OUTDOOR ACTIVITIES: Beaches, Hiking, Biking, Whale Watching, Island Day Trips

  • Cape Cod National Seashore Beaches
  • Cape Cod Tides - Lows and Highs
  • Bike Trails
  • Hiking & Walking & Nature Trails
    - Cape Cod Walking Trails - Google Map
    - Hiking Trails
  • A list  of Public Walking Trails on Cape Cod Within Reasonable Driving Distance from the Property.  
    • CAPE COD NATIONAL SEASHORE TRAILS 
      Fort Hill Trail (Eastham)
      Red Maple Swamp Trail (Eastham)
      Buttonbush Trail (Eastham)
      Doane Loop Trail (Eastham)
      Nauset Marsh Trail (Eastham)
      Atlantic White Cedar Swamp (Wellfleet)
      Great Island Trail (Wellfleet)
      Pamet Area Trails- Bearberry Hill Overlook (Truro)
      Small Swamp Trail (Truro)
      Pilgrim Spring Trail (Truro)
      Beech Forest Trail (Provincetown)
    • ORLEANS TRAILS
      Paw Wah Point Conservation Area
      Bakers Pond Conservation Area
    • CHATHAM TRAILS
      Former Old Colony Railroad Right-of-Way
      South Beach
      Morris Island Trail
      Strong Island
      Frost Fish Creek Trail
      Barclay Ponds Trail
      Cedar Swamp
      George Ryder Road, South Trail
    • WELLFLEET TRAILS
      Massachusetts Audubon Society Wellfleet Bay Wildlife Sanctuary
      Fox Island Marsh and Pilgrim Spring Woodlands Conservation Area
      Box Turtle Woods Conservation Area
      Bayberry Hill Conservation Area
      Great Island Trail
    • BREWSTER TRAILS 
      Punkhorn Parklands
      Seymour Pond Trail
      Boot Swamp Trail
      Calf Field Pond
      Eagle Point
      John Wing Trail
      Spruce Hill Conservation Area
      Nickerson State Park
    • TRURO TRAILS
      Railroad Dike-Corn Hill to Pamet Harbor
    • PROVINCETOWN TRAILS
      Corn Hill to Pamet Harbor Railroad Right of Way
      Whistle Path Woods
      Foss Woods
      Clapps Pond
      Hatches Harbor Trail
      Shank Painter Overview
      Nicky's Park
    • HARWICH TRAILS
      William and Barbara Lang Hacker Wildlife Sanctuary and Island Pond Conservation Lands
      Janet DeFulvio Wildlife Sanctuary Boardwalk
      Coy's Brook Woodlands
      Bluebird trail at Bank Street Bogs Sanctuary
      Isabel Smith Monomoy River Conservation Land
  • Lighthouses
  • Whale Watching, Boating & Fishing Excursions
  • Day Trips via Ferry to Martha’s Vineyard, Nantucket, or Boston
    - Steam Ship Authority - link broken
    - Hy-Line Cruises
    - Ferry Schedules


GOLF PUBLIC & SEMI-PRIVATE COURSES

DETAILS OF THE GOLF COURSES CLOSE TO THE PROPERTIES

Golf Cape Cod at the Captains Golf Course less than 8 miles from the house. The Captains is Cape Cod’s premier public golf course facility, located in Brewster, Massachusetts — the golf capital of the Lower Cape! The staff includes PGA professionals available for lessons and clinics. They also feature a fully stocked Pro Shop as well as full restaurant. The course is conveniently located off the Mid-Cape Highway Route 6.Tel: (508) 896-1716


The Chatham Seaside Links was built in 1895 and is located 10 miles from the house. It is a 9-hole course that is centrally located right in downtown Chatham. Though it is a smaller course golfers of all levels are sure to find some challenges here and getting matched with a 3-some is never too long a wait. The holes consist of mostly par 3's and 4's. Tel: (508)-945-4774


Google Golf Map
 Click here to view the Google map for locations, descriptions and links for golf courses.

Lower Cape

Upper Cape

Mid Cape

Outer Cape