The Cape Cod Bay area (north side) derives is distinctive characteristic from the combination of history and traditional family activities with beautiful beaches, great restaurants and hotels. The Nantucket Sound area (south side) is more business centered and lively offering resort activities, lodging, great beaches, rental cottages and eateries.
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Living the Cape Cod lifestyle
For year round living, Cape Cod offers everything that one needs to live a happy, healthy, and fun-filled life including great schools, the Cape Cod Community College, excellent medical facilities such as Cape Cod and Falmouth hospitals offering a full range of services including heart surgery. The Cape is a wonderful area in which to live with its beautiful landscapes, charming homes, and delightful interesting people.
Enjoy a Beautiful Natural Setting
Nature lovers can enjoy a wealth of freshwater ponds, marshes, rivers, beaches and conservation areas. These natural features encourage one to pursue a myriad of hobbies from hiking, kayaking and photography, to oil painting. Bird watching is excellent because Cape Cod Bay is on a migration route.
There is great fishing in surf, ponds and offshore. The Cape offers a variety of sports clubs that feature everything from archery to skeet shooting competitions. The Bass River Rod and Gun Club provides various programs for adults and kids as does the Cape Cod Fish and Game Club in Harwich.
A Bustling Community of Villages
Cape Cod's fifteen unique towns are often grouped into four areas known as the Upper Cape (Bourne, Sandwich, Mashpee, Falmouth), Mid Cape (Barnstable, Yarmouth, Dennis), Lower Cape (Brewster, Harwich, Chatham, Orleans), and Outer Cape (Eastham, Wellfleet, Truro, Provincetown) with each offering different feels based on population, beaches and local history.
The area has lots of color and personality from Historic Districts, Farmer's markets in Hyannis and Yarmouth, intimate Bed and Breakfasts and Craft Fairs including the Cranberry Harvest Festival (Harwich), Yarmouth Seaside Festival and Dennis Festival Days.
For shopaholics, there are various Village Boutiques for clothing, jewelry, Cape Cod collectables, and art and tourist trinkets in West Dennis, Hyannis, Dennis Port, Dennis Village, Harwich Port, Chatham, Osterville, Falmouth, Woods Hole and Provincetown.
Things To Do on Cape Cod
There are volunteer opportunities and a plethora of programs for adults and kids including the Cape Cod Baseball League and an active Senior Baseball League. Golf is very popular and one is never more than 7 minutes from a golf course on the Cape. Yacht clubs provide sailing lessons and there are many hiking and birding clubs.
Adult education classes are run at the Dennis-Yarmouth Regional High School, Sandwich High School and there are active Senior Centers in most towns on the Cape that provide dance, exercise classes, clubs, mahjong, bridge and more. The YMCA also offers a full complement of indoor recreational activities for kids and adults including weight lifting and swimming.