• Dennis: The Heart of Cape Cod

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  • Couples and Family Friendly

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Come Play and Stay in Dennis: We’re Open Year ‘Round

Five beautiful Villages steeped in Historic Importance:
Dennis, Dennis Port, East Dennis, South Dennis, West Dennis

Beaches

Located in the heart of Cape Cod. World Class Beaches on cape Cod Bay and Nantucket Sound

Accommodations

Full Range of Accommodations from Quaint to Contemporary

Dining

Outstanding Fine and Casual Surf-and-Turf Dining Options

Activities

Lots to do and see, Historic Sites, Shopping, Play Options, Sightseeing, and Sports

Golf

World Class Golf links playable much of the year

Arts

Visual and Performing Arts featuring local Artisans and Craftspeople

Boating

Endless Deep Sea and Coastal Fishing and multiple Sailing and Boating Options including Sesuit Harbor on the Bay and Bass River on the Sound

Trails

Hiking and Biking friendly with established Paths and Trails with FREE parking

Your Play and Stay Destination

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Seaview Playland and the iconic Barn of Fun, where hours of skee-ball might earn an endless string of tickets and a modest prize, are long gone. However, the Seaview Park Recreation Area that sprung up in its place offers a new variety of fun for Dennis residents and visitors. There are tennis courts, walking/jogging paths and a variety of climbing, crawling and sliding amusements for the kids. Check out the community garden while there and follow the path to the oceanside hotels and restaurants. The popular Gypsy Fortuneteller Machine may have moved on, but the magic is still there! ...

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The Beaches of Dennis! An occasional series profiling its 18 spectacular beaches (in no particular order of preference.)

#1. Metcalfe Memorial Seaview Beach

Definitely one of the more elusive, since it is accessible via a narrow and winding path through beautiful Cape Cod flora. The small beach is just a healthy stone’s throw away from nearby Sea View Park. You’ll have to park at a public lot across the street, however, then hike the sandy path to the beach.

You won’t be disappointed, though. While small, the beach is somewhat secluded. The beach area shrinks with the incoming tide, but the ambience is incredible. Pack a lunch, since this mini gem is literally off the beaten path! The Ebb Tide Restaurant, which adopted the beach, is close by when you are ready to shed your swimwear for something more appropriate for dinner.
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