July 4th is looked at by many as the official start to summer vacation on the Cape and the fireworks were fantastic on Cape Cod this year! With temperatures in the 80’s during the day and low 70’s at night it is the perfect time of year for those who live or vacation on Cape Cod. Enjoy the sun and sandy beaches during the day and the soothing ocean breeze at night. Take in a Cape Cod Baseball League game and then enjoy dinner at one of the many fine restaurants. Sit by the water at the Flying Bridge in Falmouth, the Marshside in Dennis, Fisherman’s View in Sandwich, Chatham Bars Inn in Chatham, the Black Cat in Hyannis, the Lobster Pot in Provincetown, the Chart Room in Bourne, the Wequasset Inn in Harwich, Captain Kidd’s in Woods Hole, the Mattakeese Wharf in Barnstable, the Beachcomber in Wellfleet, or the many other fine restaurants on Cape Cod. Fresh seafood is a specialty!
There is plenty of golf to be played on many of the Cape’s courses. Public or private, you can find golf courses from one end of the Cape to the other. Start in Bourne with the Pocasset Country Club, Brookside or head to Sandwich for the Ridge Club, Sandwich Hollows or Holly Ridge. In Falmouth, you can play at Ballymeade, Woods Hole, Cape Cod Country Club, Paul Harney’s, Falmouth Country Club, or the Country Club of Cape Cod. Mashpee offers Willowbend Country Club, New Seabury, and Quashnet Valley. In Barnstable you have Wianno, Oyster Harbors, Hyannis Country Club,Cummaquid, Twin Brooks, or Hyannisport. Travel to Yarmouth to play Bass River, Blue Rock, or Kings Way. In Dennis there are Dennis Pines and Dennis Highlands. In Brewster you have Cape Cod National, Captain’s, and Ocean Edge. Cranberry Valley is a fabulous public course in Harwich along with Harwich Port Golf Club. In Chatham, overlooking the ocean is Eastward Ho! And Chatham Seaside Links. Continue to the outer Cape to play the Chequesset Yacht and Country Club course or in Truro you can play the Highland Links. As you can see there is no shortage of courses on Cape Cod to play golf.As you move along the course, just off the fairways, you will see that many people own their Cape Cod Home. Oh, by the way there are many mini golf venues for the kids as well.
If you are a visitor to the Cape you will soon see why so many have decided to purchase their own Cape Cod Dream Home. With the many Cape Cod Homes for sale there is no need to leave the Cape after a short weekend. Why not stay the entire summer? Cape Cod Real Estate is a fabulous investment in lifestyle for the entire family. To start your real estate search visit www.CapeCodDreamHomes.com and after you buy your Cape Cod Home you won’t have to be one of the many that have to get back on the road after the July 4th fireworks. Whether it’s Falmouth Real Estate or Cape Cod Oceanfront you too can enjoy July 4th and the rest of the year on Cape Cod.