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The Lower Cape is where the geography begins to narrow, and where the "elbow" bends to the north. This area includes the towns of Harwich, Brewster, Chatham, and Orleans, and is home to many Cape Cod resorts, vacation destinations and seasonal activities. Brewster is home to the Cape Cod Baseball leagues, The Brewster Whitecaps, their home field is the Stony Brook Elementary School. Travel down Route 6a to the numerous Brewster antique shops and Brewster art galleries. Kids will love exploring the Bayside beaches including Linnell Landing, and Crosby Landing. Jump on the Cape Cod Rail Trail and Brewster's Nickerson State Park which is accessible off of the bike path. The Trail begins in the Town of Dennis and continues on to Wellfleet.

Vacationers in Chatham, located on the elbow of Cape Cod, half way between Falmouth and Provincetown will enjoy it's variety of exciting outdoor, cultural, and historical activities. Visitors to Chatham can take in the The Chatham Fish Pier, the Chatham Lighthouse off of Main Street and the Monomoy Wildlife Sanctuary with guided tours to Monomoy Island. Interested in a vacation in Harwich, it's comprised of seven villages,: South Harwich, North Harwich, Harwich Port, Harwich Center, East Harwich, West Harwich and Pleasant Lake. There are great Cape Cod golf packages at the challenging 18-hole Cranberry Valley Golf Course. Enjoy your stay at any Harwich Bed and Breakfast, delightful Inns and Guest Houses or affordable Motels and Cottages.

The town of Orleans is between the world famous Nauset Beach on the Atlantic and family friendly Skaket Beach on Cape Cod Bay. Cap off your Cape Cod vacation plans with The Cape Cod Symphony Orchestra, with performances each year at Eldredge Park.

Upper Cape