You wouldn't expect to find a quiet haven from Hyannis' bustle in this part of the village because there's so much noise, but that's precisely what Hathaway's Pond provides. This small water body is only 1.5 miles north of the Cape Cod Mall and right in the thick of the action. At the same time, it's quiet because it's surrounded by forests and is just far enough from Iyannough Road and Route 6 that it escapes their traffic.
The Cape Cod Brew Fest will return in 2021 after a one-year hiatus, providing residents and locals with the rare opportunity to sample beers from over 50 craft breweries in one convenient location.
Although there is no hard evidence, stories of a sea serpent living around Provincetown have been around for centuries. Living on Cape Cod provides the opportunity to explore these waters for yourself.
Paddleboarding is a popular activity on Cape Cod and, fortunately, there are various places you can put your SUP in the water all summer long.
Plymouth, MA, is known for its history, as it's one of the oldest towns in the entire country. However, it also has modern amenities, including the restaurants and attractions on Town Wharf.