Expert Travel Advice to Cape Cod
- Fall is a great season to get outside, with foliage-viewing high on everyone's list. But for a vacation that's a bit different, a trip to the vineyard during the eventful harvest season is in order. If you don't have the timeor moneyto plan a trip to a wine region like Sonoma or Napa Valley, check out these off-the-beaten-path wine destinations, many of which are a quick dash from a major city. Away Top Ten
- There are those of us who travel, and there are those of us who travel to eat. Call us epicures, gourmands, or gluttons. Whatever moniker you choose, just keep the pasta alfredo coming and the pinot gris flowing, and we'll all get along just fine. Away Top Ten
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Top Answers To Cape Cod Travel Questions
Answer this2 AnswersPieter answered:October is my favorite season on the Cape and Islands. The weather is crisp but the water is still (barely) warm enough for swimming. There are a bunch of harvest festivals around the Cape, so check wherever you're staying locally. Also, it's the tail end of whale watching season. Barnstable and Hyannis both have great whale watching tours.
Jeb asked:Answer this1 AnswerGraham answered:Typcially, the best beaches for younger swimmers are on the west-facing side of the Cape, which fronts the more sheletered waters of Cape Cod Bay. Cape Cod's Atlantic-facing shoreline experiences much bigger surf, so not ideal if you have younger kids. One of my favorite beaches for kids is Skaket Beach near Orleans, which has big tidepools and shallow water that is perfect for toddlers who want to roam and splash around. In Chatham, you might try Cockle Cove Beach, which fronts the sheltered waters of Nantucket Sound. Hope this helps!
Answer this2 AnswersNot sure where the last poster was talking about, but the beaches he/she named are nowhere near Provincetown ("P-town"). To answer your question ... for boogie boarding, try any of the ocean beaches on the Cape Cod National Seashore. Head of the Meadow in Truro (the town next door to P-town) is beautiful! If you want to drive a little farther (1/2 hour approx., Nauset Beach in Orleans is a hotspot for boarding.
Their are bowling alleys called Ryan family amusment they offer a disco bowling on Friday nights. Newer paint ball experience including Lazer tag in Hyannis Balls to the wall. Their is a batting cage and bumper boats on the curve RTE 28 in Harwich MA. Up steet a little about 1/2 mile away going towards Chatham Buds go Karts there are baseball games in all Cape Cod towns. get a copy of Kids on the Cape a lot of local places for coupons and ideas