About Cape Cod

A Short Trip To Far Away

With its pristine beaches, quaint shops and world class restaurants, Cape Cod is indisputably one of the most popular vacation destinations in New England. Fifteen distinct towns make up this narrow spit of land where people of all ages come to play and relax. The “northside” of the Cape is known for historic Route 6A which winds by breathtaking views of the bay, quaint antique shops, art galleries and centuries of unspoiled architecture. In fact, Smithsonian Magazine rated this the most beautiful, historic roadway in America. The eastern “arm” of the Cape features the 43,000 acre, federally protected National Seashore. There you’ll gaze upon the same unspoiled vistas that captivated Henry David Thoreau more than 150 years ago. Hyannis, often considered the hub of the Cape, is the place to go for dining, shopping and nightlife. Only 75 miles from Boston and Providence, Cape Cod is truly a “Short Trip to Far Away!”

With 560 miles of gorgeous sand-duned beaches, water activities are plentiful on Cape Cod. Fishing, boating, windsurfing and whale watching are all popular pastimes. Ferries to the islands of Martha’s Vineyard and Nantucket run year round.

More of a land-lover? The Cape boasts 106 miles of bike trails and many beautiful areas for walking, hiking and camping. The usually temperate climate makes this an almost year round haven for golfers, supported by more than 42 premier golf courses! Fun family activities include Cape Cod Baseball League games, visits to the many area museums, nature centers, historic attractions and miniature golf. Town festivals, fireworks and parades are annual traditions for all ages from late spring through the fall season. The Cape Codder Residence Club is centrally located for easy access to all activities.

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Cape Codder Residence Club
1225 Iyannough Road
Hyannis, MA 02601
Toll-Free: (855) 708-5731
Local: (508) 771-3000