A Cape Cod Fishing Story to Remember!

Our family decided to take a trip to Nantucket to do some surf fishing. Little did we know that we would come back with a Cape Cod fishing story that we would never forget. We awoke to yet another bluebird day, bright sunshine, light winds, not a cloud in the sky, a perfect day for the ferry ride… Read More »

Cape Cod Family Vacation

A Cape Cod family vacation is all about creating memories for both you and your children that will last a lifetime. I have wonderful childhood memories of long days playing in the sun soaked sand on a warm Cape Cod beach, the cool afternoon breeze soothing my slightly burned skin. I can remember thinking that I did not want… Read More »

The Best Cape Cod Bay Hotels

Cape Cod Bay hotels range from a world class resort with all the amenities to small hotels literally on the beach. What they all have in common is direct access to the warm, calm waters of Cape Cod Bay. These are some of the best places to stay on Cape Cod with kids. All of these Cape Cod… Read More »

Guide to the Best Cape Cod family Resort

You can find a great Cape Cod family resort in virtually every town on the Cape. In order to determine which is the best, we first need to establish some criteria for defining a family resort. Being that we are a family of five, the research for this web page was a blast!… Yes, we stayed at each… Read More »

The Ultimate Guide To The Best Cape Cod Romantic Getaway!

There is nothing that we love more than a Cape Cod Romantic Getaway. We have been coming to the Cape for romantic vacations for longer than either of us care to admit. When life gets a little hectic and you just need some quality time to re-connect… There is no better place than Cape Cod to rekindle that… Read More »

The Best Cape Cod Luxury Resort

Cape Cod is home to some of the finest luxury resorts in the world. In order to determine the best Cape Cod luxury resort, we first need to establish some criteria for defining a luxury resort. The best part about creating this web page was the research… Yes, we stayed at each of these resorts, and we rated… Read More »

The Ultimate Guide to the Best Cape Cod Spas

Cape Cod spas continue to blossom as more and more people discover the pure indulgence of rejuvenating the body, mind, and spirit with one of many luxurious spa treatments. Our passion is to find the best spas and share those with you… We love the research! Below you will find our choices for the best Cape Cod Spas!… Read More »

Cape Cod Web Cam Guide

If you are looking for a Cape Cod web cam, you have come to the right place! We have assembled all of the Cape Cod web cams here in one place for your viewing pleasure. You can check on the crowds in Provincetown or maybe you would like to check out the party at the Beachcomber. You can… Read More »

Cape Cod Whale Watching

Cape Cod whale watching will bring you up close and personal with some of the world’’s largest and most majestic creatures. It is one of the most unique and exciting things to do while on Cape Cod. Humpback, finback and minke whales make their summer homes near Cape Cod. The chance to see these and other sea creatures… Read More »

Cape Cod Lighthouses

Cape Cod lighthouses have been witnesses to history for hundreds of years. They watched over the Cape’’s shoreline and sailors in the days when the waters were thick with commercial fishing boats and whaling fleets. Times have changed, of course. There are no more whalers. Commercial fishing certainly still exists on Cape Cod but not at the levels… Read More »

Windsurfing Cape Cod

If your looking for information on windsurfing Cape Cod, we’ve got it. You will find these pages packed with up to the minute info as well as links to other sources, such as the best places to rent equipment, the best places for lessons, and the best beaches to sail from. The popularity of Cape Cod windsurfing continues… Read More »

The Best Cape Cod Mini Golf

For family entertainment it is hard to beat Cape Cod mini golf. It seems to bring out the competitive spirit in of all of us, usually with everyone trying to beat Dad. I can keep my hands steady when the kids are trying to beat me, but I become a little unnerved when I realize that my wife… Read More »

Cape Cod Camping

Cape Cod camping can range from tents, tepees and pop-up trailers to enormous luxury RV’s. There are plenty of public and private campgrounds from the Cape Cod Canal to Provincetown to accommodate every kind of camper.   These campgrounds are at the edge of the dunes and they are deep in the woodlands tucked next to one of the… Read More »

Cape Cod Restaurants

At last count, Cape Cod restaurants numbered over 400. That means that you could eat in a different restaurant everyday and still not try them all. That is a lot of not-so-good restaurants to try, in order to find the good ones. Your vacation time is much too precious and your hard earned dollars too valuable to waste.… Read More »

Boating Cape Cod

With such a large summer population and over 550 miles of shoreline, boating Cape Cod is a popular pastime. Boating conditions on the Cape can run from the sheltered bays to the slightly more exposed areas of Cape Cod Bay and Nantucket Sound, to the extremely exposed, unforgiving, mighty Atlantic Ocean. Care must be exercised when enjoying the… Read More »

Cape Cod Kayak Tours and Rentals

If you are looking for Cape Cod kayak tours and rentals, they are all listed here with contact information. If we missed yours or you would like to edit or add to your listing, Contact us. Visit our Cape Cod kayaking page for information on one of the best ways to see the Cape! Enjoy kayaking on Cape… Read More »

Cape Cod Kayaking

Eco-tourism may be the hot new thing in travel across the U.S. and the world, but Cape Cod kayaking has been a popular way to explore the vast natural beauty of the area’s inlets, marshes and bays for years. Take a look around Cape Cod and you’’ll quickly realize that these beach communities are unlike most oceanfront vacation… Read More »

Cape Cod Ferry

Boarding a Cape Cod Ferry and making the short trip to Nantucket or Martha’s Vineyard can be one of the most memorable parts of your vacation. With todays high speed ferries, you arrive in an hour, and your island awaits exploring. This can be a great family day trip. Our family took a ferry out of Hyannis to… Read More »

Cape Cod Charter Fishing Boats

Fishing on the Cape is some of the best on the east coast. Cape cod charter fishing boats consistently score on all of the great gamefish species of the Cape. The most popular gamefish is by far the striped bass, however, Cape Cod charter fishing boats also chase bluefish and tuna, as well as sharks and bottom species… Read More »

Cape Cod Cruise

Looking for a different way to experience the Cape? Try a Cape Cod cruise. There are many companies offering different and rewarding ways to see the Cape from the water. There are harbor cruises, usually lasting around an hour, allowing you to experience the harbors from a new perspective. There are sunset cruises which can be stunning! There… Read More »

Cape Cod Marinas

If you are looking for Cape Cod marinas, they are all listed here with contact information. If we missed yours or you would like to edit or add to your listing, simply contact us. Enjoy boating on Cape Cod! Upper Cape Bourne Marina – Bourne – 508-759-2512 Kingman Marina – Bourne – 508-563-7136 Monument Beach Marina – Bourne… Read More »

Cape Cod Boat Ramps

If you are looking for Cape Cod boat ramps, we have them listed by town, along with each ramps condition(paved,sand,gravel). With such a huge summer population and literally water everywhere, Cape Cod boating is a very popular past time. Please make sure that safety is your number one priority. Always have the proper safety equipment, make sure that… Read More »

Cape Cod Boat Rentals

If you are looking for Cape Cod boat rentals, we have them all listed here. Are you tired of the crowded beaches? Did you know that there are places on Cape Cod that are not crowded. Shhh…Don’t tell anyone, but the waters around Cape Cod are amazingly uncrowded, and the way to access these waters is by visiting… Read More »

Best Cape Cod Lobster Roll

Our search for the best Cape Cod lobster roll has ended. There are many establishments serving good lobster rolls on the Cape, ranging from exclusive resorts with 5 star dining to tiny fish markets, the size of your garden shed. The one thing that the best Cape Cod lobster roll all have in common is…Loads of fresh lobster… Read More »

Cape Cod Sunset – Best Places to Experience the Show!

A Cape Cod sunset can be a magical experience. Have you ever seen anything as beautiful as the sun slowly slipping into the water, casting brilliant hues of orange and purple across a huge expanse of the western sky? Because of the Cape’s west facing beaches, it is one of the few places on the east coast where… Read More »

Best Beach on Cape Cod for Families with Young Kids

First of all, it was no easy task to pick the best beach on Cape Cod for families with young kids. There are numerous beaches that are wonderful for little ones. Any of the beaches of Cape Cod Bay are perfect for kids, with warm, calm water, and miles of tidal flats to explore. All of the beaches… Read More »

Surfing Cape Cod – Best Beaches and More!

Are you looking for the best beach for surfing Cape Cod? You’ve come to the right place! Cape Cod surfing is growing rapidly in popularity as more and more people experience the pure adrenaline rush of being propelled by the sheer power of ocean waves. Surfing on Cape Cod is limited to the Atlantic beaches on the outer… Read More »

Cape Cod Dog Friendly Beaches

Are you looking for Cape Cod dog friendly beaches? We have all the information here.There’s nothing like letting Rover run on the beach and romp in the surf. Unfortunately there are not many beaches that will welcome our furry friends. Below you will find our #1 pick for Cape Cod dog friendly beaches as well as the rules… Read More »

One of My Favorite Cape Cod Stories

by Cape Crusader (This is one of my favorite Cape Cod stories that I wrote when I was much younger. I hope you enjoy it!) The minute I stepped into Grandpa’s kitchen…I knew something was up. He was looking at me over his glasses, his forehead wrinkling deeply as he raised a single eyebrow. The look that usually… Read More »

Cape Cod Migration

When you think about it, the whole Cape Cod ecosystem revolves around migration. I was reminded of this today, when I read about the return of the first ospreys to the Cape. This event signals the start of the annual Cape Cod migration. The ospreys come to Cape Cod to raise their young in our environment rich with… Read More »

The Best Tick Removal Tool

If you are looking for the best tick removal tool on the market today…Look no further than the Tick Key! If you have ever tried to take a tick off of a nervous dog…Or worse…A nervous child…Then you know that tweezers are not the best tick removal tool. There is only one tool on the market today that… Read More »

Lyme Disease on Cape Cod

Spring has arrived , and with the warm weather comes the start of the tick season, surely to be followed by an increase in the number of cases of Lyme disease on Cape Cod. Lyme disease was discovered back in the 1970’s when a large number of the residents of Lyme Connecticut came down with a mysterious illness.… Read More »

So overwhelming – where to begin?

Wow! My husband and I would like to take our young family to Cape Cod this year as we’re still looking for that ‘special someplace’ that we’ll want to make a tradition of every year. I was immediately drawn to this site because it was started by ‘real people’ but I’m still feeling overwhelmed at where to even… Read More »

Mornings with Papa

by Starfish lover (So Weymouth, MA) Two weeks every year, my family would pick up my grandparents and head to West Dennis for our family vacations. My brother, sister and I would all compete for bragging rights as “the one” who saw the bridge first!”. As the oldest, my Papa and I had a secret! I would quietly… Read More »

Laurinos Restaurant Brewster

by Kim (Boston, Ma) We were looking for a good pizza on Cape Cod. We had tried Brewster Pizza and we were not impressed. Someone had told us to try Laurino’s on Rt 6A. From the moment we walked in we knew that this was not your ordinary Cape Cod restaurant. The inside was kind of dark, with… Read More »

Estia Taverna Mashpee Commons

(Falmouth, MA USA) Beautiful place. Last night was our first time dining there. Moussaka was all ground beef…couldn’t find the eggplant and didn’t care for the fresh tomato sauce. Flavor was missing. Very disappointing. My husband didn’t care for the lamb shank he ordered either. We have had these meals elsewhere and they are among our favorites. We… Read More »

5 Things to do in the Winter on Cape Cod

by Megan Gates (www.elliman.com) Cape Cod is a great place to go for a weekend away from it all, even in the winter months. There are many fun activities that adults and families can partake in while relaxing and enjoying the beautiful scenery. Visit the Cape Museum of Fine Arts to see collections from local artists from the… Read More »

Please Help Less Fortunate Children In Massachusetts This Holiday Season

I’m writing to you requesting your assistance in a local program that is run by the Massachusetts State Police in Dartmouth, Massachusetts. Each year the State Police barracks hosts a Christmas party for economically challenged families in the area. The majority of the children are from the New Bedford Boys and Girls Club, as well as, a local… Read More »

Cape Cod Bagel

Cape Cod Bagel Company 419 Palmer Ave Falmouth, MA 02540 (508) 548-8485 The Cape Cod Bagel Company is one of our favorite breakfast and lunch places. The atmosphere is light and airy and the food is fantastic. Kudos to owner Marilyn Fox for creating such a wonderful experience for locals and tourists alike. The menu consists of an… Read More »

Sandys of Buzzards Bay

by Looking for Fresh Seafood (Osterville) We’ve been going to Sandys for years and always considered it to be one of our favorite seafood restaurants. Excellent food at an excellent price. We haven’t been in a long time and being in the area we stopped in for lunch. We were greeted with the sign that said only fresh… Read More »

Elizabeth Warren Former Students Refuse Comment

by Bill Carson (Mattapoisett Massachusetts) Elizabeth Warren Former Students Refuse Comment Imagine taking a college course and having Elizabeth Warren as your professor ? In hundreds of pictures in the news she always looks mad at the world ! It’s hard to picture Elizabeth Warren as a teacher with that plastic sardonic smile on her face. Are there… Read More »

Help with where to stay

We are two Gals in our late 40’s that would like to stay overnight and catch up in the cape with an outdoor pool and cocktails waterfront if possible. Is this even available there? WE would prefer not to have lots of kids since we are looking to have some quiet time 🙂 Please tell me such a… Read More »

Adventure Sport: Deep-Sea Fishing in Cape Cod

Sport fishermen and their family members can rely on Hakafish.com for Cape Cod Charter Fishing. It is an adventurous task, as it is the hunt for the deep-sea fishes living in the oceans of the cape…an expedition that is full of pleasurable events.Hakafish.com promotes Cape Cod fishing by offering real-time online charter bookings from the Cape Cod fishing… Read More »

Looking for a campground in/near Hyannis??

by Barb (Maine) We are a couple late 50’s looking for a campground in/near Hyannis area mid-May. Don’t care to be further than 30 min. away. Can anyone help us?? Comments: Hi Barb! Please visit our Cape Cod Campgrounds page for a complete listing of campgrounds on the Cape. Join in and write your own page! It’s easy… Read More »

Walks & Blocks by Cape Cod Girl

We’re fortunate to be able to witness the Cape’s natural beauty and historic significance. Both of these wonders are highlighted here as some of my favorite “Walks & Blocks”. “WALKS”: Observe the natural beauty of the Cape by walking the many miles of conservation land trails that are found in every town. Most trails meander around the tree-lined… Read More »

Why should Plymouth get all the glory?

Oh sure, we all know how the Pilgrims landed on Plymouth Rock in 1620. End of history lesson, right? WRONG! Did you know that technically the Pilgrims landed on Cape Cod first (Provincetown to be exact), before moving on to the more hospitable and inhabitable Plymouth? I decided to do a little “home schooling” and take my kids… Read More »

Help! – Is Anyone listening?

by Mark J. Cool http://mjoecool.wordpress.com/ (Falmouth, MA) Falmouth’s board of health (FBoH) recognized last March that a full health impact study of wind turbine effects was clearly necessary. At a February FBoH meeting, after listening to the neighbors list of maladies, the FBoH acknowledged possible health related problems stating that “things may quickly proceed from annoyance to sleep deprivation… Read More »

Vacation Spent in Cape Cod

Over this past Summer, My family and I spent the vacation in Cape Cod. It was one of the most positive experience I’ve had in my life. Luckily the weather was beautiful and not a drop of rain appeared. I credit the service and Cape Cod rentals for the trip. They were able to give us a great… Read More »

Cape Cod Food Truck Festival Returns to Cape Cod Fairgrounds September 6th

by Amy (Boston) Hood Cream Presents the 2nd Annual Cape Cod Food Truck Festival featuring Green Mountain Gringo Salsa Food Truck Festivals of New England is pleased to announce the Cape Cod Food Truck Festival presented by Hood Cream and featuring Green Mountain Gringo Salsa at the Cape Cod Fairgrounds on Saturday, September 6th. The festival will bring… Read More »

Clamming at Pleasant Bay, Harwich

by Ellie (Harwich, MA) I am interested in digging soft shell clams at Pleasant Bay this Saturday or Sunday. Anyone clam there? Comments: Hi Ellie! We see people clamming there all of the time! Join in and write your own page! It’s easy to do. How? Simply click here to return to Cape Cod Stories.

Halcyon Summers at the Cape

by Lee (Scottsdale, AZ) My maternal grandparents had a large summer home in Craigville Beach when I was growing-up. We had a big family, with 17 first cousins on their side alone! My family had moved out-of-state, but everyone else lived in New England, so my siblings and I got in touch with the extended family when we… Read More »

Debs Veggie Depot where did you come from?

by Don Lambert (Texas) My family and I were on vacation we were driving around getting hungry and lo and be hold we drive into monument beach and there it was an old train station called Deb’s veggie depot. All you could smell is the savory smell of smoked meats! Well I have to tell cape cod! I… Read More »

Where should we go?

by Tiffany (Smith) I am planning a late summer trip in August with 6 of my friends. We are all single with no kids in our mid 30’s. We want a house within walking distance to beach and town. We want to be able to have a fire on the beach, dinner at a great restaurant and drinks… Read More »

Falmouth Wind Turbine Noise Confirmed DEC 2011

by Bill Carson (Falmouth Massachusetts) Falmouth Wind Turbine Noise Report Confirmed – DEC 2011 http://www.windturbinesyndrome.com/news/wp-content/uploads/2011/12/Bruce-McPherson-Infrasound-and-Low-Frequency-Noise-Study.pdf Executive Summary This study was commissioned through a private philanthropic grant created to determine why there were so many strong complaints about the loss of well-being and hardships experienced by people living near large industrial wind turbines operating in Falmouth, Massachusetts. The purpose… Read More »

Painted Red Nails is Now in Mashpee

Mashpee, MA –Jessica Mahler has announced the grand opening of her new spa, Painted Red Nails. “We are now offering more than just nails,” said Mahler. “We offer skin care, waxing and massage.” Painted Red Nails offers a world-class experience and was voted Mid Cape’s number one day spa in Cape Cod Life Magazine’s Best of 2010. The… Read More »

The best lobster roll on the Cape and the Islands

by Don (White Plains,NY,USA) The best lobster roll is at Youngs Fish Market at Rock Harbor, Orleans,Cape Cod. Make a left at Samoset Rd and head to Rock Harbor,Go to Youngs Market..Youl get a freh loster with a skoush of mayo and a fresh roll. So why go up to P town in long and dangerous traffic that… Read More »

Skip Mollys

by K. Moran (Albany NY) We went into Molly’s Pub..looking for a good meal…it wasn’t…unfortunately the food was awful, it was very expensive and the service was very rude…we have been going to the cape for 30+ years and we will spread the word to save your money… Comments for Skip Molly’s! Average Rating May 23, 2011 Rating… Read More »

The Ocean House

by Jean (Brewster) Just got back from an extremely noisy dinner at the Ocean House. Our waiter was terrific and the food was quite good but when we were seated we were told that the party of about 30-35 people next to us was about to leave. They’d finished dinner and were not planning to order dessert…….BUT they… Read More »

Best Cape Cod Restaurants!

Anonymous Cape Cod resident BEST fried food: Original Seafood in Dennisport… not Kream n’ Kone. Skip them. Best ice cream: Sundae School, but Cape Cod Creamery in Yarmouth is memorable as well. Best family restaurant: The Riverway. You can bring your kids, eat well, not pay a lot and not wait long. What more can you ask for?… Read More »

The Box Office Cafe

by Demi (Andover) THE BEST PIZZA AND SANDWICHES ON THE CAPE! The cafe is cozy and inviting with a giant TV for watching movies. The cafe has a movie theme and all the sandwiches and pizzas are named after movies. I had to try the beetlejuice pizza with blueberries and honey chipotles BBQ chicken. Mouthwatering. My husband had… Read More »

Fall Visit

Husband and I will be spending 2 nights on Cape in early Oct. on what will be our first trip alone since children are grown. Looking for recommendation for somewhat peaceful motel preferably near water, does not need to be fancy, just clean. Thanks! Join in and write your own page! It’s easy to do. How? Simply click… Read More »

great esCAPES!

by Barbara Gleason (Mashpee, MA) A student once asked me, “Do you think teachers get paid enough?” My first thought was sure. I love what I do, I’m lucky enough that it pays the bills and hey, I get the summers off. What more could I ask for? Then I sat down and did the math. Being that… Read More »

Martin Mixed-Up at the Beach

It is fitting that Jess Golden Linehan’s first picture book, Martin Mixed-Up at the Beach, is set at the beach. Her father fell in love with Cape Cod beaches when he played for the Cape Cod Baseball League in the 1960s. “Driving ‘down the Cape’ with Dad growing up, I watched his salt-filled hair blowing in the wind,… Read More »

Childhood on the Cape Girl

by Lee (Scottsdale, AZ) The most carefree and happy times of my life were spent at my grandparents house in Craigville Beach near Centerville. I can’t adequately describe what it meant to me to spend my summers with my Gram and Gramp at the Cape. I was truly carefree- in a way I have not known since. My… Read More »

Appreciating Autumn on Cape Cod

by Mike (Melrose, MA) Why do I find Cape Cod so enticing? It must be more than the combination of beach, bike paths, fried seafood and miniature golf. The appeal is the opposite of modern timeshares that offer geographic flexibility. I like visiting the same place each year finding traveling new back roads. Many of these secret nooks… Read More »

Cape Cod Restaurants you Forgot to Mention

by Berh (Mashpee, MA) I have lived on the cape for 18 years now and just wanted to include some of my favorite Cape Cod restaurants. The best Italian food is Amari’s on 6A in east . Sandwich. The best onion rings with a water view is The Flying Bridge in Falmouth. The fresh seafood is excellent and… Read More »

LOCAL RETURNS TO REVEAL THE WORLD BENEATH THE CAPE’S WATERLINE

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE For more information, contact: Shelby Larsson (617) 423-0840 shelby@unionparkpress.com July 1, 2011 LOCAL RETURNS TO REVEAL THE WORLD BENEATH THE CAPE’S WATERLINE Under Cape Cod Waters by Ethan Daniels BOSTON, MA— This summer, award-winning photojournalist Ethan Daniels will be speaking from Boston to Cape Cod about his stunning book-length collection of underwater photography, Under Cape… Read More »

Out of towner looking for Fresh Lobster?

Coming to the Cape on the weekend. Where can should I go to get the best lobster (literally just off the boat) to bring back to the house for a lobster feast? Join in and write your own page! It’s easy to do. How? Simply click here to return to Cape Cod Stories. Comments for Out of towner… Read More »

Starfish and Seahorses

by Lee Sheehan (Scottsdale, AZ) I grew up spending my summers at the Cape. I come from an old New England family. However, My immediate family moved from the rest of our clan, and I only knew the Cape and my extended family in the summer. I had a dysfunctional, disjointed, and often sad immediate family. But my… Read More »

My Cape Cod Magic Children’s Book Release

  FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: Contact: Annie Palmer, 508-888-1116, jbeanpalmer@yahoo.com My Cape Cod Magic Children’s Book Release Sandwich, Massachusetts, June 2011 — Holly Hill Press has released My Cape Cod Magic, an early reader written by Cape Cod residents Chris and J. Bean Palmer, author of the popular Little Cape Cod Witch chapter book series, and illustrated by award-winning… Read More »

Looking for advice

by Lauren (Kitchener, Ontario) Planning to camp and see the sights – beaches, shops, theatre, whales – but wonder where best to locate and close driving distance. Never been to this area from Ontario. Perhaps it doesn’t matter but any advice on whether to stay in upper, mid or lower cape? Also, tent camping so any recommendations? I… Read More »

Help time away!

by Martha (Jackson,Ohio) I am a teacher. I am a breast cancer survivor, I am looking for some way to come to Cape Cod and house sit, my husband does not have a job right now, and things are tough so I have never been there just looking for a way I could maybe house sit at a… Read More »

Any places that aren’t crowded?

by Liz (Darien, CT) Hi, I grew up going to Falmouth for the summers and went back with my husband and two kids in 2004 & 2006. It was so crowded that we haven’t been back since. I wonder if there are any unspoiled places left to rent a house in which you don’t have to sit ‘towel… Read More »

Platinum Pebble Boutique Inn

After a winter of major renovation and upgrade work, The Platinum Pebble Boutique Inn www.platinumpebble.com has officially opened. Formerly the Lion’s Head Inn, this 8 room B&B near the beach in Harwich was purchased by Annabelle and Simon Hunton in 2010 and has been totally refurbished to create a luxury Cape Cod bed and breakfast. The house was… Read More »

1st Timer

by Amie (UK) We are planning our first trip for September. Can anyoneone reccomend the best place for us to stay. We are a couple looking to relax. Would it be advisable to hire a car? Or is there anywhere we could stay where we would not need a car. as we would prefer not to? We really… Read More »

Wonderful 1990’s Summers on Cape Cod

by Art Farlowe (Columbia, SC) I graduated from the University of South Carolina in the late 80’s. I had grown up in the south and the furthest north I had been was Washington, DC. In the summer of 1988 I made my first trek to New England. I fell in love with the place!! Within 1 year I… Read More »

Cape Cod Winter Golf March 12-13

by Cape Crusader (On The Tee) Hello All, We got out to play some Cape Cod winter golf last weekend. While it was chilly and windy…It felt great to get out on the links and play the game that we love! We played the Captains Course in Brewster. All 36 holes are open and we played the Starboard… Read More »

First time Cape Cod July 2011

by M. Gordon (Ireland) We are three girls who are making our first trip to Cape Cod this July as part of a big USA trip including New York and Boston. We have only Cape Cod to book now. Four days in July -no idea where to base ourselves but we do have a car and just want… Read More »

What is the best place to stay on Cape Cod?

by Marty (New Jersey) My family and I are planning our first trip to Cape Cod this year. My daughter is 22 and not a big fan of beaches but she is a chef and loves everything culinary. My son is 20 and loves the beach, fishing and anything related. My wife (I won’t give her age) loves… Read More »

Black Cat and Colombos

by alaina (hyannis) Black Cat very expensive, NOT on the waterfront as advertised, BAD food & service. Just Horrible. AND the worst Italian I have ever had at Colombo’s….did not realize they were same owners until too late..Avoid at all cost.;((( Comments for Black Cat & Colombo’s ……..horrible tourist traps Average Rating Click here to add your own… Read More »

Hello!!!

by Heather Grindell (Florida) Hi, everyone, I have been going to the former Grindells Ocean View Trailer park since I was six years old. My Granparents had owned the park, and it was always just a wonderful place to be during the summer time. I live in Florida and still that Cape Cod air was always so welcoming.… Read More »

Woodies Famous Burgers and Fries in Orleans

by Robert Bay Woodies Famous Burgers and Fries in Orleans, may be the best place for burgers and fresh cut fries, not only on the Cape, but anywhere else. Found them on Urbanspoon – just look at the ratings and they only opened this past year. Do yourself a favor and go there when they re-open. Web site:… Read More »

Great Cottage in Dennis for vacation rental

We rented a cottage in South Dennis last summer and loved it. The Cottage was centrally located and close to everything, in addition we were down the street from Kelly’s Bay for swimming and kayaking. The sunsets on this bay were beautiful. We like South Dennis because it is close to Cape Cod Bike Trail and the Old… Read More »

Exploring Cape Cod – Turning Right on Route 28 in Harwich

by Simon (Harwich) On a sunny Cape Cod day as Summer wound its way towards Fall I decided to take a walk of exploration from my front door at The Platinum Pebble Boutique Inn along route 28 into West Dennis to see what I would find. I set off at a brisk pace as I’d recently read that… Read More »

Strike Up The Band!

by Sandra (Sandwich) For a good old fashion slice of “Americana” you won’t want to miss the Cape Cod Town Band Concerts. Many towns across the Cape host these concerts during various nights of the week. They’re usually filled with local, talented men and women, and maybe just a few semi-famous musicians and conductors. The music ranges from… Read More »

Best Pulled Pork on the Cape

I am from texas I went to a little take out restraunt in monument beach it was called debs veggie depot. It was in an old train station right in the center. Well let me say this, we had ribs 5 star. My wife had lobster roll she said I have to give them 5 star on that… Read More »

Local Flavor Lunch and Bagel Brewster

by Belinda We found this great little sandwich shop just off the bike trail in Brewster. We stopped in for a quick bagel after seeing their sign on the path and the menu looked so great that we went back for lunch by car the next day. They have the most creative combinations in sandwiches and funky names… Read More »

DJs Wings

Worst service. The waitress was extremely rude to us, the menu said ask your waitress about our cocktails. They had none listed on there menu, when I asked her if they had any specials or what she would recommend she said I don’t know I’m a beer and shot girl and just stared at me like I was… Read More »

Cape Cod Charm

The Old Yarmouth Inn, is very Cape Coddie (is that a word?)what you would call a traditional old captains home converted into an excellent dining experience. If you arrive between 4-6pm expect an early bird special that cannot be beat. Our party of eleven was handled (with reservations) with great service and the food was above expectations for… Read More »

Lee who spent childhood on the Cape

by Lee (Scottsdale, AZ) I don’t live on the Cape, in fact, I live in Arizona. The reason I am part of this site is that I spent my childhood summers there and am nostalgic about all the places I remember. Does anyone know the Four Seas Ice Cream Shop on Craigville beach? I grew-up going there, and… Read More »

Best Place to Eat On The Cape!

I have been to many restaurant throughout the cape and the Silver Lounge in Falmouth is by far the best for kids and adults that you will find. The price is as you would expect with any of the Cape places. Excellent from the burgers to the lazy man’s lobster! Join in and write your own Cape Cod… Read More »

Captain Cass Rock Harbor

by Lise (Swan ton vt) Most disappointing. Fried scallops were pieces of mystery fish. It was explained to us that the scallops were cut up because they were SO large. The cinnamon taste of the scallops was attributed to the ” sweetness” of the scallops. We left not feeling well…upset stomach. This appears to be the proverbial tourist… Read More »

Expand Your Listing Please

by Dave (Brewster) In Brewster, you missed these great, and I mean great restaurants. Bramble Inn Chillingsworth (the Bistro) The Peddler In Orleans, you missed Capt Linnell House Abba I could go on…. I think you need to expand your list for fine dining! Join in and write your own Cape Cod Restaurant Reviews!

Persys of Mashpee

by Bob Pacl (Martha’s Vineyard) A very dismal experience. After arriving for breakfast at noon, we were told it would be a short wait for the 6 of us. 25 minutes later we were waved in to a table in a room half empty. After 15 more minutes, a waitress came to take our order. From hundreds of… Read More »