Cape Cod Attractions Virtual Tour

Our Cape Cod Attractions Virtual Tour

 

 

 

Cape Cod Beach Guide
How Many Beaches Can You Visit on Cape Cod? Find Out With Our Beach Guide – with Maps & Directions From Your Hotel or Inn, To The Beach!

The Best Sunsets On Cape Cod
There is nothing like a beautiful sunset at the end of a great day. Here are some places you can visit to find a great Cape Cod sunset. Bring a camera!

A Great Day Trip To Nantucket!
Nantucket is closer than ever, thanks to the high speed ferries. What can you see and do in a day on the ‘far away island?” Find out here.

Cape Cod Central Railroad

Cape Cod Central Railroad

252 Main Street
Hyannis, MA 02601

Telephone: (508) 771 3800

All Aboard For Fun! Climb aboard the Cape Cod Central and feel the thrill as the whistle blows and your fun-filled adventure begins. The rhythm of the train and the spirit of the crew will whisk you away on an exhilarating two-hour journey by rail. You’ll pass beautiful cranberry bogs, natural woodlands, lush marshes and more as you make your way between Hyannis and the Cape Cod Canal. On the Cape Cod Central, getting there is all the fun.
Dinner train starts the end of May and runs the end of October.

Grey’s Beach – Bass Hole

Grey's Beach - Bass Hole

400 Center Street
Yarmouth Port, MA 02675

Telephone:

The north side of Yarmouth on Cape Cod Bay is only about one and a half miles long and is largely marshland, save for a small beach at Bass Hole on the east end (also known as Gray’s Beach). Bass Hole is at the mouth of Garden Creek and has a long boardwalk that extends over the salt marsh and offers an excellent view of coastal plant and marine life as well as nature’s beauty. Across the river is Dennis’ Chapin Beach. Bass Hole Beach is rather small and, at low tide, has very little water, which makes it perfect for small children. Bass Hole is considered by many to be one of the great spots on the Cape to watch the sun going down. Bass Hole Beach has a large picnic area complete with a pavilion and bathroom facilities. You’ll also find some free parking, and there are lifeguards on duty in season. If you come late in the day for the beautiful sunset, bring bug repellant.

 

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