Below are a few links to help start your exploration of
For additional information & resources, be sure to visit the
provided at the bottom of this page under "Information
||Calendar of Events - provided by the
Hyannis Chamber of Commerce.
Beach - Craigville Beach Road, Craigville
Craigville Beach - Craigville Beach Road, Craigville
Millway Beach - Off Millway Road, Barnstable Harbor
Sandy Neck Beach - Sandy Neck Road, West Barnstable
Kalmus Park Beach - Ocean Street, Hyannis
Orrin Keyes Beach - Sea Street, Hyannis
Veterans Park - Ocean Street, Hyannis
Hamblin's Pond - Route 149, Marstons Mills
Hathaway's Pond - Phinney's Lane, Barnstable
Burgess Park - Route 149, Marstons Mills
here for a Beach Map
Museum of American Art
4676 Falmouth Road
Cotuit, MA 02635
Phone: (508) 428-7581 Fax: (508) 420-3709
Housed in a Georgian Colonial farmhouse, the museum has a
permanent collection of primitive paintings by Ralph &
Martha Cahoon and 19th century American marine paintings,
landscapes and still lifes. Special exhibitions. Gift shop.
Admission fee: $3.
Cod Central Railroad
Sightseeing trips are available Spring through Fall.
Please call 888-797-RAIL.
Cod Melody Tent
Cod Museum of Natural History
Cod National Seashore
513 Main Street
Centerville, MA 02632
Phone: (508) 775-0331 Fax: (508) 862-9211
Fourteen room museum, including 1840 historical house.
Collection includes historic costumes, children's toys and
dolls, impressive maritime gallery, military artifacts
including Civil War memorabilia, colonial kitchen and Elmer
Seasons Ice Cream
Heritage Museums & Gardens
67 Grove Street
Sandwich, MA 02563
Phone: (508) 888-3300
Monument and Provincetown Museum
343 MacArthur Blvd. (Rt. 28) Monument Beach, MA 02553
Phone: (508) 759-2636 Fax: (508) 759-6916 Toll Free: (800)
Cape Cod's largest entertainment center featuring go-karts,
bumper boats, bumper cars, mini-bikes, mini-golf, four
kiddie rides, super slide, all terrain vehicles, snack bar,
year-round Lazertag and arcade.
River Sports World
934 Route 28 South Yarmouth, MA 02664
Phone: (508) 398-6070 Fax: (508) 760-5954
Golf driving range. Adventure golf course.
Baseball/softball/soccer cages. Arcade.
Wizz of Cape Cod
Phone: (508) 295-3255 Fax: (401) 364-8766
Only water park in Southern New England. Water slides, tube
rides, wave pool, 2 children's water parks, mini-golf, lazy
river with wave maker, food concessions, lounge area.
Air/Nantucket Airlines at the Barnstable Municipal Airport
Sservices direct flights to and from Boston, Martha's
Vineyard and Nantucket. There are other airlines with direct
flights to and from Newark and New York.
& Brockton Bus Company
Pprovides hourly, scheduled motorcoach service between Logan
Airport, downtown Boston, Plymouth and throughout Cape Cod.
Charter services available. There are other bus companies
providing service from New York, Providence and other
more Travel Tips, please visit the
Hyannis Chamber of Commerce's website.
comprehensive list of places to worship, please visit the Hyannis Chamber of Commerce's website.
Cod Chamber of Commerce
Cod Times/Cape Cod Online
Chamber of Commerce
Travel - Cape Cod
Centerville sits on a peninsula on the southern side
of Barnstable. With its maritime location on Nantucket Sound,
Centerville was once home to wealthy ship captains who built stately
homes in the early 1800s.
Centerville is probably best known for Craigville
Beach, one of the most famous on the south shore, to which visitors
flock for boating, beachcombing and, of course, swimming in the calm
surf and warm water of Nantucket Sound. To the east of Craigville
Beach is the residents-only Covells Beach.
Wequaquet Lake, the Cape’s largest lake, is
popular with residents and their guests, and Centerville River inlet
is terrific for canoeing and kayaking Many rental homeowners provide
their tenants with a beach/parking pass that allows access to all 14
beaches and boat ramps in the town of Barnstable, which encompasses
Centerville as well as the six other Barnstable villages.
The 1856 Country Store on Main Street still sells
penny candy. Sit on one of the wooden benches out front, one marked
“Democrat” and the other “Republican.” Another popular
destination is Four Seas Ice Cream, noted for its homemade ice cream
and lobster rolls.
Centerville is just minutes to downtown Hyannis, the
Kennedy Compound in Hyannisport, summer theatre, the Cape Cod Mall,
golf, and ferries to the islands of Nantucket and Martha’s
Vineyard. Also in Hyannis is the Cape Cod Melody Tent, offering
Rick and Ellen Gallo
586 South Main St.
Centerville, MA 02632