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Posted by Kinlin Grover | Friday, November 3, 2017

Kinlin Grover Vacation Rentals BrewsterThank you for stopping by Kinlin Grover Vacation Rentals' brand new blog. In this space, you can expect to find coverage of any and all topics related to Cape Cod. These posts will provide insight into the area and to let you know how The Cape offers more than meets the eye.

We hope to enlighten and entertain you while providing valuable content about the various communities that make up Cape Cod. We’ll also let you know why you shouldn't miss these places when you’re in the area.

We’re not going to bore you with topics that have been re-hashed over and over again, but will rather provide you with information that you can use in your everyday life. 

And, of course, we encourage you to check out some of the over 750 vacation homes that we have for rent on Cape Cod. Keep in mind that Cape Cod is about 70 miles long, so there are plenty of locations from which to choose, each coming with its own unique touches and attractions.

About Cape Cod

If you’ve never been to Cape Cod, it’s good to start by learning a little bit about the region. So in about 100 words:

The Cape has a colorful history dating back to 1620 when the Pilgrims entered Cape Harbor (now Provincetown Harbor) for the first time. In 1639, the first towns on Cape Cod were incorporated, and from there the region has developed into one of the country’s more popular tourist destinations. 

Today, Cape Cod is an area featuring the widest sea-level canal in the world, an abundance of cranberry bogs, a myriad of scrub oak and pine forests, and the best seafood in the United States.

It is a region with beautiful, sandy beaches, whale-watching opportunities, and a culture that is as unique as the dunes on the Cape Cod National Seashore.

So there is Cape Cod in a nutshell. But what else goes on here? There must be something in particular that brings visitors back year after year.

The short answer is that it’s not one sole aspect of Cape Cod that brings people back, it’s the package as a whole.

There’s too much to touch upon in a single blog post, which is why we’re going to cover a variety of topics over the coming weeks and months to give visitors a better idea of what this wondrous peninsula has in store for them. 

The Sections

We’ll definitely explore the four sections that make up Cape Cod because each section has its own unique features. The sections have different geography, different people, different events and, despite their similarities, are all-around different places.

From the history of Bourne, Sandwich and the rest of the Upper Cape to the beaches in Barnstable and Yarmouth of Mid Cape. From the incredible parks in Brewster and Harwich in the Lower Cape to the fishing in Truro and Provincetown in the Outer Cape, we’ll cover it all.

What to Expect

For the most part, the posts on this blog will be applicable to you if:

•    You're looking to vacation on Cape Cod for the first time
•    You want to get more out of your next holiday on Cape Cod
•    You hope to learn about Cape Cod before deciding to vacation here

Make sure that you check back regularly if you fall into any of those categories. 

Topics that we’re sure to touch upon here include:

•    Activities and features that are unique to Cape Cod
•    Hiking, cycling and adventure opportunities
•    The best places to find chowder, lobster rolls, and oysters
•    Where to go boating, sailing, fishing, and swimming
•    Why Cape Cod Christmas and New Years are special

So check back often and tell your friends because we’re going to dig deep into all things Cape Cod on the Kinlin Grover Vacation Rentals blog.

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