• Dennis

    The backstreets of Dennis Village still retain the Colonial charm of its seafaring days. The town, which was incorporated...Read More
  • Truro

    Today Truro is a town of high dunes, estuaries, and rivers fringed by grasses, rolling moors, and houses sheltered...Read More
  • Harwich

    The Cape's famous cranberry industry took off in Harwich in 1844, when Alvin Cahoon was its principal grower. Today...Read More
  • Falmouth

    Falmouth, the Cape's second-largest town, was settled in 1660. Much of Falmouth today is suburban, with a mix of...Read More
  • Eastham

    Often overlooked on the speedy drive up toward Provincetown on U.S. 6, Eastham is a town full of hidden treasures....Read More
  • Hyannis

    Perhaps best known for its association with the Kennedy clan, the Hyannis area was also a vacation site for President...Read More
  • Chatham

    At the bent elbow of the Cape, with water nearly surrounding it, Chatham has all the charm of a quietly posh seaside...Read More
  • Brewster

    Brewster's location on Cape Cod Bay makes it a perfect place to learn about the region's ecology. The Cape Cod...Read More
  • Provincetown

    Many people know that the Pilgrims stopped here at the curved tip of Cape Cod before proceeding to Plymouth. Historical...Read More
  • Sandwich

    The oldest town on Cape Cod, Sandwich was established in 1637 by some of the Plymouth Pilgrims and incorporated...Read More
  • Wellfleet and South Wellfleet

    Still famous for its world-renowned and succulent namesake oysters, Wellfleet is today a tranquil community; many...Read More
  • Yarmouth

    Once known as Mattacheese, or "the planting lands," Yarmouth was settled in 1639 by farmers from the Plymouth Bay...Read More
  • Orleans

    Orleans has a long heritage in fishing and seafaring, and many beautifully preserved homes remain from the Colonial...Read More
  • Barnstable

    With nearly 50,000 year-round residents, Barnstable is the largest town on the Cape. It's also the second oldest...Read More