Explore miles of sand dunes, spectacular beaches on both the ocean and the bay sides of the Cape, salt marshes, and freshwater ponds. One can observe seals, fish, and seabirds in their natural habitat. Cape Cod is home to over 25 public golf courses, the scenic Cape Cod Rail Trail for biking and walking, nature trails for birdwatching, and historical sights galore. Don't forget... the Pilgrims first landed here! And, directly across the road from A Little Inn is Pleasant Bay Community Boating, offering sailboat and kayak rentals, sailing instruction, and marine education programs.
Orleans and Chatham are less than ten minutes away. Explore their main streets filled with quaint stores and specialty boutiques, and an array of fine and casual dining spots that capture the charm of the Cape. Savor lobsters, oysters and other freshly caught fish off the day boats. Art enthusiasts should find solace in spending the day exploring art galleries, studios, artisans’ shops, museums, jazz & music festivals, and live theatre throughout the Cape's many villages. The Kennedy family has called Cape Cod home for generations. Discover their legacy and deep connection at the John F. Kennedy Museum in historic Hyannis.
Enjoy a scenic drive north to Provincetown, Wellfleet, and Truro. Take in the charm and walk the footsteps of Eugene O'Neill, Tennessee Williams, Norman Mailer, Edward Hopper and Jackson Pollock. Soak in some art at the many fabulous galleries that dot the bohemian-inspired East End of P'Town. Nantucket and Martha’s Vineyard are both excellent day trip options. Charming villages and sandy beaches can be enjoyed via a short ferry ride.