Recreation & Activities

Day Trip: 6A from Brewster to Orleans

By Julie Craven Wagner | September 1, 2022

Following our previous path along Olde Kings Highway, we come upon the extraordinary, quaint towns of Brewster & Orleans, nestled in the crook of Cape Cod Bay.

Day Trip: 6A from Brewster to Orleans

By Julie Craven Wagner | September 1, 2022

Following our previous path along Olde Kings Highway, we come upon the extraordinary, quaint towns of Brewster & Orleans, nestled in the crook of Cape Cod Bay.

The Next Chapter

By Julie Craven Wagner | June 8, 2022

Chapter House offers old world charm and modern hospitality to historic Yarmouth Port.

Seafaring Saviours

By Joe O'Shea | May 26, 2022

U.S. Coast Guard Auxiliary, Sea Tow Cape and Islands, and TowBoatU.S. Cape Cod/Plymouth provide maritime-support services for the region.

Day Trip: Hingham

By Julie Craven Wagner | May 26, 2022

Just a short ride away from the Cape is Hingham, a quaint community with surprising finds in the many boutiques, shops & stops.

Water View? I Do!

By Julie Craven Wagner | March 24, 2022

The Pelham House in Dennis welcomes guests and visitors to a waterfront gem.

Day Trip: Route 6A – Old King’s Highway

By Julie Craven Wagner | March 24, 2022

Sagamore and Sandwich are not only the first stops over the bridge, they are also on the road to history.

Gunkholing: An Off-Season Getaway

By Brian Shortsleeve | March 24, 2022

Join the Shortsleeves as they enjoy three nights on Martha’s Vineyard during the off-season!

Day Trip: Buzzards Bay

By Julie Craven Wagner | September 22, 2021

Bourne’s Downtown: A surge of growth and new business is making Buzzards Bay a destination for those looking for an unforgettable day. When you think about it, the village of…

A Fair to Remember

By Laurel Redington | August 20, 2021

The Martha’s Vineyard Agricultural Fair becomes the crossroads for generations of friends, families and farmers every August. I think we’re all ready for some celebrations! We have endured isolation and…

Day Trip: Plymouth

By Julie Craven Wagner | August 20, 2021

A Hometown Welcome Aptly named America’s Home Town, Plymouth is proudly embracing the moniker. It is absolutely where it all began, and more relevantly, it is where it still continues:…

Of Wits and Wickets

By Chris White | August 20, 2021

On a June morning near the peak of the rolling hills of Sandwich, the dew and cool have already burned off as the sun climbs towards its apex in a…

Day Trip: Duxbury

By Julie Craven Wagner | July 19, 2021

A Deluxe Day A day trip to Duxbury has everything you need for a lasting impression that will have you returning again and again. A trip to Duxbury is more…

Nostalgia, Hope and The Return of Cape Cod Baseball

By Evan Senie | June 15, 2021

The Cape Cod Baseball League is planning to return this summer, after COVID-19 scuttled the 2020 season. The showcase league, which draws top collegiate players who hope to improve their…

Easy, Breezy Boating

By Brenna Collins | June 15, 2021

The Freedom Boat Club offers a full-service boat club membership to new and seasoned boaters alike, taking the stress out of your time on the water. As with any coastal…

Building Business: Welcome to the intersection of Glamour & Camping

By Christina Galt | June 8, 2021

Whether you’re near or far, AutoCamp Cape Cod is the perfect getaway to unplug and enjoy the great outdoors in style. AutoCamp has made its way to Cape Cod! The…

A Race for the Ages

By Rob Conery | May 17, 2021

After 50 years of Figawi, nobody is wondering where we are anymore. BAR BETS AT BARNEY’S Time and the accretion of myth have clouded many details, but Bob Horan, his…

Town Profiles

By Cape Cod Life Publications | March 15, 2021

Sites to See and Places to Be Across the Cape and Islands Upper Cape: Bourne • Sandwich • Falmouth • Mashpee Bourne Bourne Village  • Bournedale • Buzzards Bay Cataumet…