MOTThe Mass Office of Travel and Tourism posted an article highlighting the year-round beauty of Rock Harbor titled “Rock Harbor: An Off-Season Gem on Cape Cod.” Here is an excerpt from the article:

“The ‘season’ on Cape Cod typically lasts from Memorial Day through Labor Day, although in recent years, it’s been known to spill over a bit closer to Columbus Day.

While summer on Cape Cod is spectacular, the quiet weeks, especially those leading up to and following the season, offer some of the best time to explore. The weather during those times is superb and there’s less company on the peninsula as well.

For many, the most popular spots during the offseason are the same ones to visit once the calendar turns to fall, or turns back towards spring. At the top of the list has to be Rock Harbor in Orleans.

Located at the point on Cape Cod where the shoreline begins to drift northward, the magnificent Rock Harbor is a place that is packed to the gills during the summer and, not surprisingly, can be pretty busy in the offseason as well.

Rock Harbor is an area split into two parts. The western side is the side most frequently visited, and it is where the fishing and charter boats reside. Leading into the harbor is a line of young pine trees, which are sunk into the mud. These are adorned with reflective street signs, which provide a one-of-a-kind view for boaters and those on shore.”

Read the entire article here

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