- Barnstable Area Web Directory

Barnstable Area Web Directory

The Town of Barnstable consists of the villages of Barnstable, Hyannis, Hyannisport, Centerville, W. Barnstable, Osterville, Cotuit, and Marstons Mills. The largest Town on Cape Cod, Barnstable is also the county seat with the courthouse in the center of Barnstable Village. There are wonderful beaches in Barnstable, including Sandy Neck Beach on Cape Cod Bay, and Craigville, Dawes, and Kalmus Beaches on Nantucket Sound.

- Town Of Bourne


- Brewster Area Web Directory

Brewster Area Web Directory

The Town of Brewster consists of the villages of Brewster, E. Brewster, W. Brewster, and S. Brewster. Brewster's subtle beauty and historic backdrop is present throughout the town with many grand houses, antique stores, and dining establishments. A popular stop-over is the Cape Cod Museum of Natural History. Brewster has many beaches and ponds to choose from, as well as golfing, biking, and tennis enjoyment.

- Chatham Area Web Directory
The Town of Chatham consists of the villages of Chatham, N. Chatham, S. Chatham, and W. Chatham. Beautiful landscapes can be found at all corners of Chatham, including Bassing Harbor, Stage Harbor, and Chatham Harbor. Many fine dining, business, and lodging establishments can be found throughout Chatham. Other points of interest include Chatham Light, the Atwood House, and the Railroad Museum.

- Dennis Area Web Directory

Dennis Area Web Directory

The Town of Dennis consists of the villages of Dennis, W. Dennis, E. Dennis, S. Dennis, and Dennisport. A ride down the Dennis-portion of Route 6A shows the charm and elegance that Dennis has to offer with many unique places to stop and eat or play. There are many public beaches, including Kalmus Beach, as well as freshwater enjoyment at Scargo Lake. Additional sites of interest include the Cape Playhouse and Cinema and Shiverick Shipyards.

- Town Of Eastham
Eastham was settled by the Pilgrims in 1644, incorporated as "Nausett" in 1646, and was ultimately named Eastham in 1651. It is a town of 4800 year round residents (1994), with a population swelling to over 20,000 during the summer months. With its beautiful bayside and ocean beaches, miles of bicycle and walking trails, a historic schoolhouse, and the Cape's oldest wind-driven windmill (built in 1688), Eastham is the ideal place for the fisherman, beach-goer, birder, photographer, bicyclist, and vacationer.

- The Falmouth Visitor

Welcome To Falmouth

Thinking of vacationing on Cape Cod?
Come and discover Falmouth
It's not just a place,"It's a state of mind"

- Villages Of Harwich


Seven villages at the elbow of Cape Cod make up the Town of Harwich. These are the North, South, East and West Harwiches, Harwich Center, Harwich Port and Pleasant Lake. Here we have miles of windswept, white sand beaches. Nantucket Sound has an abundance of beaches for the salt-water lovers. If you prefer fresh water, we have many beautiful fresh water ponds to choose from.

- Town Of Hyannis

- Martha's Vineyard
Martha's Vineyard lies five miles off the Massachusetts Coast. Twenty miles wide and ten miles north to south, it has an area of about one hundred square miles. The Vineyard and nearby Cuttyhunk Island constitute the County of Dukes County.On the Vineyard are the down island towns of, Edgartown, Oak Bluffs, and Tisbury, and up island, the towns of Chilmark, Gay Head, and West Tisbury. On Cuttyhunk is the town of Gosnold.

- "Official Site of Martha's Vineyard"

- Town Of Mashpee
Did you know? Cape Cod is separated from the mainland by the world's widest sea-level canal. Completed in 1914, the 480 foot wide Cape Cod Canal runs 17.4 miles at a depth of 34 feet. Climate - July-August temperature 72.7F, Water Temperature 70F.

- Island Of Nantucket
On Nantucket Island are many of New England's finest artists, craftspeople, antique dealers, and merchants. Stroll through our cobblestoned streets and discover them all!

- Town Of Provincetown

- Cape Cod

Welcome to Cape Cod, MA USA
Putting Cape Cod At the Fingertips of the World

- Town Of Wellfleet
Come and enjoy the surfside activities of picnicking, swimming, beachcombing and surfing along the miles of unspoiled beaches. Head to the harbor for the fun of boating, sport fishing, windsurfing and square dancing at the pier. Make a day of golfing, tennis, biking, trail hiking or bird watching. Browse and shop the excellent art and antique galleries, book shops, gift and clothing boutiques. Enjoy a movie or stage production. Savor the local offerings at the many fun and fine restaurants about town. Catch a sunrise and sunset in the same day!

- Yarmouth Area Web Directory

Yarmouth Area Web Directory

The Town of Yarmouth consists of the villages of Yarmouth, W. Yarmouth, S. Yarmouth, and Yarmouthport. Yarmouth offers a combination of historic beauty and modern convenience. The Yarmouthport area near Route 6A displays many of the historic houses and local-Cape Cod charm. The West Yarmouth and South Yarmouth areas provide the visitor with an abundant choice of restaurants and lodging, as well as many shops and businesses. Public beaches include the scenic Bass River area, Sea Gull Beach, and Grays Beach, as well as many fresh water ponds. Other sites of interest include the Winslow Crocker House, Yarmouth Herring Run, the Botanic Trails of Yarmouthport, and the Judah Baker Windmill.

Other Cape Cod Information

- North Truro on Cape Cod
Truro offers some of the most secluded and beautiful beaches open to the public on Cape Cod with miles and miles of continuous sand beaches which remain largely undisturbed and undeveloped. Like most towns on Cape Cod, parking at many of Truro's beaches is somewhat limited, and from the hours of approximately 9:30 in the morning until 4:30 in the afternoon many of Truro's beaches require a Town of Truro beach parking permit. Plan on spending a few moments admiring one of Cape Cod's dramatic ocean sunrises or sunsets (where else can you experience both at a single location?) It will be one of your fondest memories of the Cape.

- North Of Highland Camping Area
We are proud of the natural beauty and diversity of our individual campsites. Each of our campsites comes equipped with its own picnic table. The sites are assigned to the best of our abilities, based upon the information you have provided us with regarding: the type and amount of equipment you expect to bring, the timeframe and length of your stay, and any requests or preferences that you have indicated.

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