A primitive form of the internet was active in Truro in the 1950s. This little-known tidbit of Cape Cod history is worth learning more about and, as a bonus, it's possible to visit the site where it occurred.
If you need to commute while living on Cape Cod, you'll have plenty of radio stations from which to choose. All types of music are represented, so you can listen to any type of music you desire.
Despite not being known as a great place for sledding, and not having many hills, Cape Cod has enough places to take your toboggan to keep you happy. Have a look at the region's various parks and golf courses, as you're sure to find some hills if you look hard enough.
When you're overdue for a night out with your family, hitting some of the Cape's bowling alleys is a good idea. You'll have a variety of options available, with some offering full-service restaurants and others being limited to just a few lanes. The choice is up to you.