Posts in Things to do on Cape Cod in the Fall

Make a Day on Historic Route 6A

  Many people who live on Cape Cod year-round will tell you that fall is the best time to visit. The hustle and bustle of summer is gone, as is the traffic, and the air is cool and crisp. Although the pace of the Cape slows down in fall, it is a wonderful time to […]
  • September 17th, 2021 by Jennifer Kain DeFoe
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Things to Do on Cape Cod in the Fall: Explore Hyannis Harbor

With continued concerns about COVID-19, boating was especially popular on Cape Cod this summer. Given that social distancing is pretty much built into boating, this wasn’t surprising. What is surprising is that All Cape Boat Rentals on Hyannis Harbor operates well into November, even later if they’re still getting calls. We know that a great […]
  • September 30th, 2020 by Jennifer Kain DeFoe
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Socially Distant Fall Fun on Cape Cod

We’ve been writing these blog posts for several years. The above is, hands down, the strangest headline we’ve ever composed. Yet as we try to navigate our way through a pandemic, we are all focused on finding ways to have fun, while staying safe. If your question is, “What is there to do on Cape […]
  • August 27th, 2020 by Jennifer Kain DeFoe
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Splurge-Worthy Things to Do on Cape Cod

Fall means many things. The changing colors of the leaves, comfortable sweaters, logs on the fireplace, and for parents, much-needed peace and quiet. With the kids back in school, fall can be couples time, when romance can take center stage for frazzled parents who spent the summer doing laundry and chauffeuring the kids here, there […]
  • September 10th, 2019 by Jennifer Kain DeFoe
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Wellfleet: Lively and Eclectic All Year Long

Thinking of a taking a day trip without venturing too far afield? Wellfleet is one of Cape Cod’s most eclectic towns, with a thriving artist community, National Seashore beaches, scenic walking trails, oceanside restaurants and historic houses. Although some locations close after Labor Day, many attractions and restaurants continue into the fall and even throughout […]
  • August 7th, 2019 by Jennifer Kain DeFoe
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A Fall Weekend on Cape Cod

  The end of summer should not remove Cape Cod from your travel itinerary. Fall is an especially dazzling time of year on the Cape, with crisp cool air, low humidity, less crowded beaches and water warm enough to still take a swim.   You won’t have any trouble filling up a weekend with activities […]
  • August 22nd, 2018 by Jennifer Kain DeFoe
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No Shortage of Attractions on Cape Cod in the Fall

Fall can be the best time to visit Cape Cod. The traffic is gone, the lodging rates have decreased by a substantial amount, parking is readily available, and the weather is cool and spectacular. Although the Cape quiets down, that doesn’t mean you must resign yourself to hours of reading or taking long walks on […]
  • September 28th, 2017 by Jennifer Kain DeFoe
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