Month: November 2020

Biking in Cape Cod

Biking Cape Cod

If you have a bike or rent one on the Cape, there are many great places to explore! Check out some of our favorites below:

Province Lands Bike Trail –
This 5.5 mile trail loops around the Province Lands, passing through pine forests, sandy dunes, and low-lying cranberry bogs. There are connections to both Herring Cove and Race Point beaches, as well as Bennett Pond.

Head of the Meadow Bike Trail –
This 2 mile bike trail connects the dirt parking lot at High Head Road to Head of the Meadow Beach.

Nauset Bike Trail –
This 1.6 mile paved bike path connects the Salt Pond Visitor Center, Doane Picnic Area, and Coast Guard Beach.

Cape Cod Rail Trail –
Enjoy scenic views along the 22 mile paved trail with bikes, roller blades, and more.

Pilgrim Monument Lighting

Pilgrim Monument Lighting

As is tradition each year, we recently experienced the annual lighting of the Pilgrim Monument in Provincetown. This year was extra special, however, as it celebrated the 400 year anniversary of the Pilgrim’s landing in Ptown. As their website states: “We illuminate the monument for everyone who needs a little light and love. As a beacon of tolerance and hope for over 100 years, we honor those throughout our world who do not enjoy the acceptance and peace we are thankful for.”