Cape Cod Travel Blog

A 90-Year Recipe for Saltwater Taffy



If you’ve been making saltwater taffy since 1927, you’re probably pretty good at it. Cabot’s Candy in... read more

Cape Cod Donut Shop Gets Creative



Ever wanted to chow down on a donut that looks like a cheeseburger? What about one where a frosted groundhog is peeking out of the hole? While... read more

A Dog’s Day on the Cape in Eastham



Bringing your dog on an adventure in Eastham has never been easier. The Coast Guard Beach and Nauset Light Beach are open to leashed dogs year-... read more

Let them Eat Cake 4 Breakfast



If you’re looking for a French experience on the Cape, look no further than Eat Cake 4 Breakfast... read more

Five Family-Friendly Stops along Route 6A



Scenic Route 6A hugs the inner coast of Cape Cod, winding its way through picturesque villages and breathtaking saltmarshes. Known as the Old King... read more

Bowling and Games at Ryan's Amusements



Ryan’s Amusements is great for indoor fun, rain or shine. There are nine locations... read more

Hidden Hollow and Family Fun Fridays at Heritage



With an antique carousel, beautiful gardens, and so many other attractions, it’s no wonder that ... read more

Family Fun at Wackenhammer's



Antiques don’t have to be boring; Wackenhammer’s Arcade & Carousel in Hyannis is proof enough of... read more

Shipwreck! Navy Submarine, S-19 Runs Aground on Nauset Bar in Eastham



On January 15, 1925, the Navy Submarine, S-19, went aground on Nauset Bar in Eastham. When the Coast Guard received notice, the crew could not... read more

Shipwreck! Stockholm sinks Andrea Doria off Chatham



Many will call it the shipwreck of the century. The proportionately small number of deaths may reduce the importance of the event... read more

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