Cape Cod is a well-loved destination for family beach vacations, romance, historic attractions
Cape Cod Pops in the Warm Weather
As spring warms the land and sea, Cape Cod’s beautiful towns and beaches start shifting into a dynamic new season of outdoor fun, art, shopping and glorious dining. From picturesque Sandwich, near the mainland, to remote and romantic Provincetown, Cape Cod's towns and villages open their galleries, unique shops, seafood-rich restaurants and museums. On the Cape you will find some of the world’s finest ocean beaches, tough golf courses, fresh seafood, and lodgings to help you rest and recharge.
If you like to be active, Cape Cod offers bicycling, paddling, sailing and boating, zip lines to fishing lines. Don’t miss the new Aerial Adventure Park at Sandwich’s Heritage Museums & Gardens.
On Cape Cod, spring is a season of landscapes in bloom, bringing with it a fun line-up of seaside festivals to get you out into the sunshine! Mark your calendar for Brewster in Bloom May 5-7, The Rhododendron Festival at Heritage Museums & Gardens May 26-June 4, Cape Cod Baseball League Opening Day on June 14, the annual Hyannis Father’s Day Car Show June 18, and the 9th Annual Quahog Day on June 21. Visit the Cape Cod Chamber's events page for more spring events.
There are great values everywhere on Cape Cod, including seasonal packages and last-minute deals. And best of all, Cape Cod is just a short trip to far away. Check out your places to Stay, Dine, and Play.