Cape Cod Visitors Guide: Free And Inexpensive Things To See And Do In The Lower Cape Area: Brewster, Harwich, Orleans, Chatham

Cape Cod Visitors Guide: Free And Inexpensive Things To See And Do In The Lower Cape Area: Brewster, Harwich, Orleans, Chatham

  • Publish Date: 2016-03-12
  • Binding: Paperback
  • Author: William Peace
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Cape Cod, a tiny peninsula jutting out into the Atlantic, the Outermost of Lands, as Henry Beston had called it: white-sand beaches, cranberry bogs, dunes, lighthouses, bike paths, gentle ocean breezes and plenty of sun are here for all to enjoy, and easy to find! But there are so many hidden gems on Cape Cod, not exactly secret places, but places a little off-the-beaten path, that many visitors miss out on some of the best things to see and do on the Cape. And so many of them are free or very inexpensive!

And that is exactly why this book is written. It is written from an insider's view, by a local resident who knows all the ins and outs of Cape Cod, all the back roads, and all the things to see, with the intent of sharing some of these wonderful locations for more to enjoy. It is written with everyone in mind, from the children to the adults in the family the author has a family, too, and knows just what kinds of things both kids and adults can enjoy!

This book focuses just on the Lower Cape. From the Stony Brook Grist Mill to the Chatham Fish Pier, from the French Cable Museum, Jeremiah's Gutter to Nauset Beach, Bells Neck or the Three Harbors there are many, many things to see and lots of I didn't know that's in Brewster, Harwich, Orleans and Chatham.

On a summer day, more than 125,000 vehicles cross the Sagamore and Bourne Bridges that span the gorgeous 7-mile Cape Cod Canal, and with that symbolic crossing, visitors often leave all their worries behind. Our book guides you to those real Cape Cod spots that you come to the Cape to see; visit a few each day and you are certain to reflect wistfully when you do cross back over that Canal. Each place that you visit will make you want to stay on Cape Cod even longer! Enjoy your vacation! Leave the mainland behind!

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