- Founded Date:
- 228,996 (2020)
- 93 meters
Cape Cod in Massachusetts is known for its small farms famous for growing cranberries. People come from New York and Boston to this beautiful peninsula for an unforgettable summer vacation. They come to enjoy the Cape Cod National Seashore, Provincetown, Martha's Vineyard, whale watching, Race Point Beach and Lighthouse, Sandwich, and much more.
On the outside, Cape Cod and Nantucket seem so similar, but in reality, they offer a visitor completely different beachside vacations.
The Cape Cod National Seashore is 60 miles of exhilarating outdoor memories.
The history of this island has given it the unique nickname of the 'Atlantis' of Cape Cod, and you can still see it at low tide.
Reservations book up fast for food tours of Cape Cod, but it's worth the advance booking to have an authentic taste of New England.
Cape Cod is known for its beaches and lavish hotels, but it should also be known for its affordable and scenic campsites, as well.
Both Martha's Vineyard and Cape Cod offer reprieve during the summer and fall months, but which is the better getaway?
We've got the complete day trip, even down to the exact times of each stop along the way from Boston to the gorgeous seaside coast of Cape Cod.
The main reason people visit Cape Cod is for its beaches, but there are so many towns to explore based on a person's interests (besides sunbathing).
The beach doesn't require 80-degree days and warm sand in order to be magical and these photos are proving it.