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7 Fun, Free & Amazingly Beautiful Places in Cape Cod

Cape Cod, located in the eastern portion of Massachusetts, is one of the most visited destinations on the East Coast. With an abundance of top rated beaches, beautiful parks, plenty of natural recreation, historic lighthouses, and fun tourist attractions it is no wonder that so many flock to the area each summer. “The Cape” as […]

Scusset Beach: A Cape Cod Treasure

Last weekend, Mike and I took a drive over to beautiful Scusset Beach State Reservation, located in Southeastern Massachusetts on Cape Cod Bay. This gorgeous Cape Cod beach is located at the east end of the Cape Cod Canal (at the end of the 8 mile Cape Cod Canal bike path, which I also recommend). […]

5 things to do in Provincetown, Cape Cod

Provincetown, the furthest town on Cape Cod, is located on the very tip about 2 hours from Boston. This coastal town, also known as P-town by locals, has a year round population of only 3000. Over the summer months, the population soars to over 60,000. This area is rich in history and natural beauty, making […]

An afternoon in Cape Cod

Yesterday, Mike and I took the 2 and a half hour journey over to Provincetown, which is the last city on the tip of Cape Cod. We mainly wanted to check out the historical sights (Pilgrim Monument), Commercial Street, and take some photos during a bike ride. The Pilgrim Monument memorializes the first landing of […]

Great Places to Eat in Cape Cod: A Few Recommendations

Biking 55 miles really works up an appetite! During our ride all-day ride on the Cape Cod Rail Trail, a 22 mile path starting in South Dennis, Massachusetts, we made pit stops at 2 great restaurants. The Cape Cod Rail Trail is one of the nicest in Massachusetts, if not in the country. The beautiful […]

Cape Cod Rail Trail – 22 Miles of Gorgeous New England Forest Views

The Cape Cod Rail Trail is a beautiful 22 mile path that goes through several Cape Cod towns including Dennis, Harwich, Brewster, Orleans, Eastham, and Wellfleet. The path follows a former railroad and its’ paved surface makes it an ideal place for easy road biking. Along the path, you will find just about every type […]