A Cape Cod Tour
Cape Cod Canal, Bourne Cape Cod is an exceptionally popular summer vacation destination. Its New England charm, breathtaking landscapes, and
Cape Cod Canal, Bourne
Cape Cod is an exceptionally popular summer vacation destination. Its New England charm, breathtaking landscapes, and historical landmarks make it a unique and relaxing destination the whole family.
Fishing boats moor alongside quaint cottages in Menemsha. Generations of fishermen have used this harbor in Martha’s Vineyard as a launch point. Many record-holding fish have been caught in this area, proof that conservation efforts have paid off.
Bourne Bridge, Bourne
The Bourne Bridge connects Cape Cod to the mainland of Massachusetts, spanning 616 feet over the Cape Cod Canal. When summer traffic gets heavy, the Sagamore Bridge is an alternate route across the canal. It is situated a half mile to the west.
Cranberry Bog, Harwich
Cranberry harvesting is a big part of Massachusetts’ heritage, dating back to the 1600’s, when Native Americans introduced the crop to Pilgrims. A popular Cape Cod bike trail, the Rail Trail, passes by the cranberry bogs of Harwich. The vibrant red bogs make for a scenic bike ride.
Cotuit Harbor, Cotuit
Cotuit is a popular destination for people who enjoy sailing. Specially designed sailboats called
Chappaquiddick Ferry, Martha’s Vineyard
If you’re headed to Chappaquiddick Island, you’ll probably be taking the
Old Harbor Lifesaving Station, Race Point Beach
This historic landmark was built in 1897 as a lifesaving station for shipwreck victims. It now serves as a public park exhibit, where rescue reenactments can be witnessed every Thursday in July and August.