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A Road Trip to Provincetown and Cape Cod

With ocean views on both sides, vast dunes, miles upon miles of pristine coastline, and historic lighthouses every few miles, exploring Cape Cod by car makes for one of the most scenic driving tours in America.

Clam Digging in Provincetown – Clams, Oysters, Mussels, and more!

Clam Digging in Provincetown – A Rich History and Delectable Pastime One of the many perks of visiting Provincetown during the wintertime – in addition to fee-free visits to the Cape Cod National Seashore, beaches empty of tourists, and special rates at our Provincetown lodging – is the local shellfishing season, which runs from November Continue Reading

Celebrate Thanksgiving in Provincetown

Four Centuries of P-Town History and Traditions The story of Thanksgiving traces directly back to Provincetown, where the Pilgrims set foot on land on November 11, 1620, after their 66-day-long journey across the Atlantic Ocean. They would quickly sign the Mayflower Compact, permitting them to settle in New England, as they had initially planned to Continue Reading

Provincetown Events 2023 – Book Now!

Annual events in Provincetown, MA attract thousands of visitors, making it a popular destination year-round! Our quaint town fills with excitement, and rooms at our Provincetown Hotel book up quickly. Provincetown events for 2023 kick off in May and June – four events occur in as many weeks – and the fun continues throughout the Continue Reading

Not-to-Miss Lighthouses on Cape Cod

Landmarks and Beacons Along the Cape Lighthouses are an iconic part of the Cape Cod landscape, with no less than fourteen standing tall at different points along the 65-mile-long peninsula. Visiting a lighthouse (or several of them!) is a memorable part of any stay in Provincetown, as you’ll get to explore these landmarks that date Continue Reading

Everything You Need To Know About the Cape Cod Rail Trail

From Railroad to Rail Trail – Connecting the Cape Up until the arrival of the Cape Cod Railroad in the mid-1800s, much of Cape Cod was cut off from the rest of Massachusetts, only accessible by slow-moving trails and rough roads. Provincetown’s marina connected the outer Cape to the broader world, but only by ship Continue Reading

Experience Fall on Cape Cod

Fall is known as the Cape’s Second Summer, as visitors continue to enjoy warm temperatures, along with smaller crowds, outdoor adventures, and a relaxed vibe. Experience the beauty of nature and the welcoming atmosphere of Cape Cod without having to navigate the crowds that summer brings.    Fall Events and Festivals: Celebrate the Harvest Season Continue Reading

Provincetown: A World-Class Destination for Whale-Watching

Cape Cod Bay: A Beacon for Whales Roughly half of the calendar year, from May through October, is the prime whale-watching season in the waters just off Provincetown. Cape Cod Bay spans over 600 square miles, with a deep floor and strong tides, which make it one of the most nutrient-dense aquatic zones. Humpback whales, Continue Reading

Plan Your Perfect Cape Cod Day Trip

It All Begins and Ends at the Beach Whether in the quieter and less touristy off-season or during the peak of summertime, every Cape Cod day trip starts and ends at the beach. Cape Cod stretches out over 64 miles long, from the upper, mid, and lower sections out to the very tip of the Continue Reading

Plan Your Romantic Getaway in Provincetown

Escape on the Cape: Seashore and Sunsets Provincetown epitomizes Cape Cod’s allure, with its picturesque downtown, world-class restaurants, captivating ocean views, and natural beauty in all directions. Whether it’s a honeymoon or a quiet weekend on the Cape for two, Provincetown is the perfect place for your romantic getaway. The outer Cape, where Provincetown sits, Continue Reading


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