2018 Annual Guide: Bourne
Bourne Village • Bournedale • Buzzards Bay • Cataumet • Gray Gables • Monument Beach• Pocasset • Sagamore • Sagamore Beach
Take a walk around Lawrence Island in Cataumet—a sandy loop about a mile long starting at the end of Grasslands Lane and running between Squeteague and Megansett Harbor—for a peaceful sunset stroll, or head over to the Chart Room for one of their famous mudslides and some equally amazing views.
The Aptucxet Trading Post Museum is a great place to learn about a part of history that is so important to Cape Cod and experience what life was like for the Pilgrims in the 17th century. Looking to be a little more active? Try taking your dog for a walk through the Bourne Sisters Woodland, featuring beautiful vistas and even a cranberry bog.
Mom & Pops
The Daily Brew in Cataumet takes pride in its friendly atmosphere, offering customers a fresh cup of coffee and a home away from home. Try one of their delicious breakfast sandwiches and head upstairs for a cozy meal surrounded by unique décor and happy faces.
Get moving this May to raise money for the National Marine Life Center with the Feet, Fins, & Flippers 5K. This fun family event is a great way to enjoy the spring weather with a scenic run or leisurely stroll along the canal, and all proceeds will benefit the center’s rehabilitation, science and education programs. Continue enjoying the canal region in the summer with Concerts by the Canal, featuring live music in Buzzards Bay Park every Thursday night in July and August.
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