Fall in Love with Cape Cod

One of the most popular vacation spots in the country is Cape Cod, Massachusetts. It's like the songs says:

“If you're fond of sand dunes and salty air
Quaint little villages here and there
You're sure to fall in love with Old Cape Cod.”
Most people think of Cape Cod as the quintessential sun-splashed summer getaway. But how about in the autumn? Now is the time to enjoy this area, when the summer crowds have gone and it's just you among the sea grass and the dunes! October temperatures are still in the 60s during the day, but can get chilly at night - just make sure you have a good jacket with you. The temperate climate actually makes November quite moderate. You may not want to actually bask at the beach, but you'll still enjoy a good stroll along the shore.

Rent a timeshare and immerse yourself in the wild beauty of this unique “hook” of land. For the nature lover and the outdoor fan there are many ways of enjoying the peninsula.

Cape Cod National Seashore covers over 43,000 acres and is run by the National Park Service. Here you can enjoy six beaches, nature trails, and freshwater ponds, as well as historic lighthouses.

Provincetown is called the "Capital" of Cape Cod and is where the Pilgrims actually made their 1620 New World landing on the Mayflower. The historic Mayflower Compact, which developed their unique self-governing community, was signed here and put into effect when the Pilgrims settled across the bay in Plymouth.

Rent bicycles at Arnold's in Provincetown and ride the Provincetown Bike Trails. There are numerous well-marked entrances to these well-maintained trails which twist and curve across the windswept sand dunes and through surprising areas of dense woods.

The Cape Cod Museum of Natural History in Brewster sponsors the Family Field Walk year round. Guided by a trained naturalist, your family will enjoy an easy walk along the John Wing Trail, while learning about salt marshes, the Cape's oak and pine forests, and beach habitats. In the village of South Wellfleet, The Wellfleet Wildlife Sanctuary also offers miles of beautiful walking trails.

Back at your timeshare enjoy having a kitchen and cook up a big pot of lobster stew - the delicious smells mingled with the salt air will create a memory that will always take you back to the days you spent on Cape Cod. See Cape Cod timeshares.

(Photo provided by capecodchamber.org)
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