Cape Cod has world class practitioners in architecture, building and landscape design. Complete renovation, remodeling and maintenance service companies abound. Click here for the Home Builders & Remodelers Association of Cape Cod - and watch their builder blitz video, showing a local Habitat for Humanity home be built in just one week!
Boating on the waters that surround Cape Cod is why many visit, and why many stay! Cape Cod marinas host scores of visiting yachtsmen and provide water access to countless recreational boaters from all over southeastern New England. Local businesses can also service all of your boating needs, everything from repairs, maintenance and dockage to fuel, marine supplies and storage.
Cape Cod is located just 75 miles from Logan Airport in Boston and T.F. Green Airport in Providence, Rhode Island. Barnstable Municipal Airport on Cape Cod offers year round scheduled service between New York, Providence, Boston and the islands of Martha’s Vineyard and Nantucket. Car rentals and bus service are available at each airport, and seasonal ferry service from Boston to Provincetown is another option. The CapeFlyer, a new seasonal train service to the Cape from Boston, began in 2013! Once you get here, a range of transportation options are available. Ferries to the islands run daily, in-town bus and shuttle services are a great way to travel around Cape Cod, and scenic bike trails are in abundance. The Registry of Motor Vehicles is located in Yarmouth, a central location for the Cape. Next time you go, show your love for the Cape & Islands and buy a Cape & Islands Plate for your car (as long as you are a Massachusetts resident!)
Cape Cod is a wonderful place to raise a family. The region has many resources that can help you balance work and family obligations, and provide great opportunities for your child. We even have our own Children's Museum! Click here for help with finding a child care provider on Cape Cod. Find out more about the 1st Annual Parent Summit: Parenting to Prevent Substance Abuse on November 20, 2016.
Cape Cod has been named as one of the top places to retire in the USA! Retiring on Cape Cod is an easy choice, based on such factors as our milder New England weather, laid-back lifestyle, rich cultural offerings and 27 public play golf courses. Not to mention the Cape’s pristine beaches, which are sure to keep the grandkids happy when they come to visit! Cape Cod also has an award-winning healthcare system , and a wide array of assisted living facilities, rehabilitation centers and home-based care options. Watch Cape Cod Senior Navigator, a new show aimed at entertaining and educating retirees & seniors as they navigate life on Cape Cod.