Cape Cod Attractions

Cape Cod is made up of a unique system of shores and waterways which stretch from Provincetown to Bourne. From the National Seashore to the bike trail along the Cape Cod Canal, there is plenty to do on and off shore with a number of dining and activities overlooked by the magnificent backdrop of the Atlantic and Nantucket Sound.

Throughout the Cape you’ll find a dazzling array of attractions and activities you can enjoy – from world class sailing to some of the state’s top kayaking spots you’re guaranteed to have fun in and on the water, with even more opportunities waiting for you back on land.

Hyannis Whale Watch

1. Don’t Worry About Location There are two main companies and two locations for whale watching, The Dolphin Fleet out of Provincetown, and the Hyannis Whalewatcher out of Barnstable Harbor. The thing is, both of these trips actually end up at the same area of water. This means that there is absolutely no difference in ... Read more...

Great for Kids, Cape Cod Duckmobiles

As the saying goes, one if by land, two if by sea, quack, quack, quack if its both… the Hyannis Duckmobile company offers unique and adventurous tours for the whole family in amphibious vehicles (duckmobiles of course!). Grab the kids and ride the streets of downtown Hyannis (starting on Main Street) to see where the ... Read more...

Cape Cod Cranberry Bog Tours

Cranberries are just as much a part of the landscape of Cape Cod as sand dunes, beautiful beaches, and quaint family motels. Because cranberries require constant moisture, a spongy, low-lying wetland, known as a bog, is their natural habitat. Famous for their tartness and bright color, cranberries are a big business on Cape Cod. They ... Read more...

Discover Cape Cod Art with an App

From renowned galleries to live performances and instructional classes, Cape Cod’s rich artistic attractions span throughout the seasons and offer a wide range of vacation activities. With so many events and exhibitions to choose from, an art trail is a great way to see a village (or villages) from a new perspective. If you want ... Read more...

Bike the Cape Cod Rail Trail

Looking for an active way to spend the afternoon on your next Cape Cod vacation? When the sun is shining the Cape Cod Rail Trail offers the best of the best when it comes to scenery. The 22-mile trail, suitable for biking, walking, or even in-line skating, provides a true Cape Cod experience as it ... Read more...

Cape Cod Lighthouses

Because of hard-to-spot and constantly moving shoals off-shore, Cape Cod’s coastline has been historically called an “ocean graveyard”, and is estimated to contain the remains of over 3,000 shipwrecks. In fact, between Truro and Wellfleet alone, there have been more than 1,000 wrecks, including that of the Whydah Galley, the famed pirate ship of Samuel ... Read more...

Cape Cod Golf

Take advantage of some of the best golf in New England right here on Cape Cod! Cape Cod is one of the top golfing destinations in the northeast. Let the staff of the Cape Point Hotel provide you with the best hassle-free golf vacation on Cape Cod. We will craft a custom fitted golf package ... Read more...

Golfing in Yarmouth

The Two Courses Bayberry Hills Golf Course, West Yarmouth, Cape Cod: Newly refurbished, Bayberry Hills is located in West Yarmouth on Cape Cod, as far as Cape Cod golfing goes, the course is pristine and was designed by Geoffrey Cornish and Brian Silva in 1986. The layout includes 27 holes (Red, White, & Blue Courses) ... Read more...

Cape Cod Museum of Natural History

The Cape Cod Museum of Natural History is located in Brewster, about 12 miles from The Cape Point Hotel. The museum was founded in 1954, and has been a fantastic institution for education on Cape Cod’s unique natural environment. Best of all, most of the displays and activities in the museum are designed for families ... Read more...