Cape Cod, Massachusetts

  • A little over an hour’s drive from Boston, Cape Cod is a little peninsula that encapsulates small-town New England and is a favored summer destination for families, as well as the LGBT community.
  • Vacationers flock to “The Cape” during New England’s hottest months, as summers tend to be cooler than that of the mainland.
  • Considered one of the best trails in New England, the Cape Cod Rail Trail offers 22-miles of paved trail perfect for long strolls and bike rides.
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All Things New England Coast

Exploring the Cape is a full-time, leisurely adventure, whether you're biking the "Rail Trail"or picknicking on and building sand castles on beautiful seaside sands. Your Destination Concierge will make reservations for fresh seafood fine dining or arrange for a rustic clambake on the beach. As the sun goes down, head to Provincetown for boisterous nightlife and Chatham for shopping. Head to the Cape to watch whales, snag a tuna, or find the perfect balance between relaxation and excitement. As a member, we'll make sure finding the ideal New England experience is as easy as sinking into the warm sand.

Quick Facts

  • Suggested airports
  • Average high temperature
    Summer: 75° F; Spring/Fall: 51° F
  • Restaurant Week Cape Cod
  • Cape Cod Food & Wine Festival
  • Bourne Scallop Festival

Fresh Things To Do

Featured Activity

  • Art's Dune Tours

    Like his father Art before him, Rob Costa has been taking thousands of visitors on dune tours through the heart of the National Historic District of the Cape Cod National Seashore for years. Art started the company in 1946 with a 1936 Ford Woody. Today, families can enjoy a safe and air-conditioned ride in a Suburban. Reservations are strongly recommended.

    Scenic Dune Tours. Daily tours depart daily from the center of town.

    Lands N Lakes Excursion Tours. After a one-hour dune tour, paddle the salt waters of Pilgrim Heights from the comfort of a raft.

    Race Point Light Tour. Available on Sundays only, this tour will take you to the historical Racepoint Lighthouse. This lighthouse was first lit in 1816 and is now maintained by the Coast Guard.

    Sunset Tour and Clambake. A fun evening option, admire the sunset over the water and end the trip in a traditional New England Clambake dinner served as a picnic with other guests. Add a private bonfire and s'mores right on the beach to your reservation.

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Cape Cod Travel Tips


  • Forecasting Your Cape Cod Vacation

    Cape Cod boasts a true maritime climate characterized by constant cooling breezes, chilly winters and mild springs, summers and falls. Summertime is ideal for swimming and beach days, though a visit to the cape in fall or spring reveals equally pleasant temperatures and far fewer crowds. Like much of New England, the weather on Cape Cod can change quickly, so dress in layers.


Map of Cape Cod, Massachusetts

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