Fulfillment 16pger - Cape Cod Chamber of Commerce


Fulfillment 16pger - Cape Cod Chamber of Commerce

Capture your heart

Sandy Neck, Barnstable

“I always come back

to the Cape and

walk the beach when

I have a tough

decision to make.. .”

John F. Kennedy

Come to Cape Cod to feel inspired. Come to Cape Cod to

walk our pristine beaches, to revel in our arts and culture, to

reclaim childhood memories of seashells, sandcastles and salt

water taffy. Come to Cape Cod to indulge in the freshest fried

clams, play 18 holes on our lush fairways, and savor our

breathtaking scenic beauty.

Come to Cape Cod to let yourself go and let it capture your

heart, just as it has for these four people. ..

Bass Hole, Yarmouth Port


Wychmere Harbor, Harwich Port

Cape Cod

is not just a place.. .

it’s a connection.

Coming to Cape Cod is like a blank slate for Kate. No running

around to ballet lessons, piano classes or soccer practice.

Unwinding on Cape Cod means no running at all. It means

turning off her cell phone and finding those moments to really

connect with her family. ..and herself. Whether it is a game of

miniature golf, a leisurely stroll along winding nature trails,

exploring a hidden artist’s studio on historic Route 6A or a

relaxing canal cruise, Cape Cod provides Kate with a peace of

mind she can’t find anywhere else. For more about nature and

arts trails, visit www.CapeCod.travel.

Hyannis Harbor, Hyannis


Kayaks, Orleans

Cape Cod

is not just a place. ..

it’s a feeling.

Late afternoons in season, Bob takes his grandson Trey to

Chatham to watch the fishing boats return to unload their

daily catch, and the harbor seals come in search of cast-offs.

Other times, Bob brings him to Chapin Beach, where he will

one day teach his young grandson to go clamming in the tidal

flats on Cape Cod Bay, and surfcast for stripers and bluefish

from the shore. Seeing these things through the child’s eyes

reminds Bob of how lucky he is to call Cape Cod home, and to

share this special place with Trey. For more about clamming and

fishing on Cape Cod, visit www.CapeCod.travel.

Gray’s Beach Boardwalk, Yarmouth Port


Pleasant Bay, Chatham

When Mikey sees the arch of the big bridge to Cape Cod, he

holds his breath just like his dad did when he was a boy. He

can barely wait to trade in his sneakers for flip flops, collect

minnows in his new sand bucket, climb the stairs to the top of

the Pilgrim Monument, and see a giant whale splashing in the

deep ocean! The day always ends with a walk to the nearby ice

cream parlor, where a double scoop cone with jimmies awaits.

Mikey’s summer adventures allow his parents to rediscover

Cape Cod through their child. ..and fall in love all over again.

For 52 other fun things to see and do on Cape Cod, visit


Cape Cod

is where everyone

gets to play

in the sand.


Cottages, Truro

Cape Cod

is not just a place. ..

it’s an attitude.

To Sara, visiting Cape Cod is like an escape from the worries

and pressures of everyday life. It’s about leaving her laptop

behind after a long work week, grabbing her dog Dune, and

heading down to the Cape for sun, surf and fun. The plentiful

sandbars of the Outer Cape provide the perfect setting for her

to ride the waves and clear her head. The vibrant night-life

gives her a chance to reconnect with the girls, meet new people,

and dance to the sounds of live bands. Life in the real world can

get pretty crazy. Cape Cod brings Sara the kind of relief she

needs to balance out her hectic life. For more about surfing and

nightlife on Cape Cod, visit www.CapeCod.travel.

Cape Cod is accessible from virtually anywhere in the world,

whether you’re traveling by air, bus or car. The Cape is just 75

miles from Logan Airport in Boston, Massachusetts and T.F.

Green Airport in Providence, Rhode Island. Barnstable Municipal

Airport in Hyannis readily accommodates corporate aircraft and

offers scheduled service between New York, Providence, Boston

and the islands of Martha’s Vineyard and Nantucket. Car rentals

and bus service are available at either airport, and

ferry service from Boston to Provincetown is

also a popular option for getting here.

Once you cross one of the two bridges

spanning the Cape Cod Canal, a range of

transportation options are available. Ferries

to the islands run daily. In-town bus and

shuttle services are a great way to travel

around Cape Cod, and scenic bike trails

are in abundance. Visit SmartGuide.org to

view all forms of Cape and Islands transit.

This interactive site also includes an online

Travel Planner, travel tips, maps, route information and more.


















Let yourself go

to Cape Cod!

Order your Cape Cod Travel Guide, the official guide of the Cape

Cod Chamber of Commerce, packed with interesting articles,

stunning photography, and all you need to know about arts

and culture, recreation, beaches, events, shopping, dining,

accommodation choices and getting around on Cape Cod.

Visit www.CapeCod.travel

or call 1-508-362-3225

or 888-33CAPECOD (toll-free).

Our professional, knowledgeable staff is happy to help you

create wonderful Cape Cod memories. Visit one of our

welcome centers during your stay: the John C. Davenport

Welcome Center at the Junction of Routes 6 and 132 in Hyannis, the

Route 25 Visitor Center on Route 25 Eastbound in Plymouth, or the

Route 3 Visitor Center at Exit 5 off of Route 3 in Plymouth.

Photography credits: Margo Tabb Summerfield, Patrick Wiseman, Paul Scharff, Chris Cook & Focal Point Studio.

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