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Province Lands

Province Lands

Summer is a mighty fine time to be on the Cape. The surrounding water regulates temperatures and provides a constant cooling breeze. High temps averaging in the upper 70s in July are perfect for a dune tour, whale watching excursion, family bike ride, or a round of golf.

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Captain Parker’s Pub-Clam Chowder

Captain Parker’s Pub-Clam Chowder

There are many clam chowders available on Cape Cod. All are tasty, but one reigns over them: Captain Parker’s Pub clam chowder, a silky smooth taste explosion that has won numerous awards and appearances on “best of” lists. The family-friendly pub and restaurant in West Yarmouth overlooks Parker’s River, and has been serving the Cape for more than 30 years. Now you can recreate their famous chowder to enjoy at home.

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Turn the Tide

Turn the Tide

For a nature lover, Cape Cod is a playground of 560 miles of coastline, 115 beaches, 365 freshwater ponds, miles of thickly-wooded as well as seaside hiking trails, and the spectacular 27,000-acre Cape Cod National Seashore. We’ll highlight just a few of the natural areas you can see on the Cape while on a road trip north to eclectic Provincetown, a historic tourism destination that has become very hip and fashionable.

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Travel Tips

Travel Tips

The Cape can get understandably busy in the summer, especially on weekends. For real time traffic updates, dial 511 on your mobile device or download the Mass511 app.

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Heaven On Earth

Heaven On Earth

Cape Cod is 399 square miles of legendary New England vacation spot.

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RTX Traveler Magazine Issue 17 | Cape Cod, Massachusetts

By on November 3, 2017
RTX Traveler Magazine Issue 17 | Cape Cod, Massachusetts

As someone who grew up in the rural South, going to places on the Southeastern coast like Virginia Beach, Myrtle Beach and anywhere in Florida were familiar and accessible to me. But any time I would hear about someone “vacationing on The Cape,” it sounded fancy, intriguing and maybe even a little out of reach. But now I know that there’s so much more to Cape Cod, and I’m proud that we can show how accessible this beautiful destination is for RTX members.

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