Labor Day on Cape Cod is a special holiday that marks the end of the busy summer season. On Labor Day, families head to Cape Cod’s classic beach towns for one final weekend of barbecues, festivals, and fun. This is truly a special time of year to visit the Cape.
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Cape Cod hosts many year-round activities and festivals. February offers a Chocolate Lovers festival, the Cape Cod Chowder Festival happens in June, and Labor Day offers one of the largest craft fairs on Cape. The fall is one of our favorite times to be here, as the crowds die down and restaurants and hotels offer major discounts. No matter the season, you will be sure to enjoy the many happenings that Cape Cod has to offer.
Cape Cod is a classic place to celebrate Thanksgiving. Provincetown, located at the very tip of the Cape, is the site of the Mayflower landing, and Plymouth, where Thanksgiving originated, is right across the Cape Cod Bay.
Spring is special on Cape Cod and spring break offers many opportunities for family fun. Far away from the crowds, the beaches and towns of the Cape provide the perfect atmosphere for families to enjoy the Cape before the busy summer season.