Cape Cod

It’s hard not to fall in love with the Cape in Massachusetts, especially in the summer. With quaint villages, yummy seafood shacks, picturesque lighthouses, & gorgeous ocean beaches.

Hiking, canoeing, snorkeling, and visiting the park's historic buildings.

In the restored 1847 candle factory you’ll see ship models, scrimshaw, whaling equipment, logbooks, & the skeleton of a 43-foot whale. Don’t forget the rooftop observation deck!

At the very tip of Cape Cod, Provincetown is such fun!

The liveliest of all towns on the Cape, you’ll enjoy dozens of shops, fresh oysters, lobster rolls from the very popular Lobster Pot restaurant, and more. All situated right on the water.

Don’t miss out on a whale watching tour! Boats depart from the MacMillan Wharf in Provincetown for excursions to the Stellwagen Bank Marine Sanctuary.

"The Vineyard" has 6 small towns & a relaxed attitude along with high-end antiques, art galleries & trendy boutiques.

Rent a kayak to explore Great Salt Marsh or a bicycle to ride along the shore on the 10-mile Shining Sea Bike Path. Grab some steamers and a stuffed quahog at The Quarterdeck.