Thursday, October 11, 2012
A Cape Cod Fall - Your Most Memorable Off-Season Timeshare Vacation
Yes Cape Cod’s “off season” is a best-kept secret - a true insider's getaway offering up exactly what you want in beaches, stay and activity, but not widely known.
Cape Cod Beaches. Cape Cod Beaches bring an estimated 13 million out-of-state visitors to Massachusetts each summer. But within a few months the sand becomes lonely and “all” that’s left are secluded world class beaches and a legendary fall season to spend with the locals.
Nothing can clear your mind like a walk on coastal cape cod beaches. In the months following the tourists these beaches go back to the way they were five-hundred years ago: quiet, beautiful and scenic.
The World Famous New England Fall Season. Fall brings celebration to Massachusetts and especially Cape Cod. Annual Cranberry harvest festivals, Mashpee’s Oktoberfest, Seafood festivals, art festivals and more! Even though the beach season has ended, the locals have just begun to celebrate the legendary New England fall.
The islands are known for high class vacations in all seasons and remember, getting to Martha’s Vineyard and Nantucket island is easy to do with the year round ferry out of Falmouth and Hyannis. They host secluded, world famous beaches, unmatched scenery in the fall and are even called home by some of Hollywood’s most successful.
As always the architecture is something to be relished. Old Victorian and that famous Cape Cod style homes are everywhere in their most genuine form. The feeling left is one you can only experience for yourself as traditional American towns and homes give a distinct Cape Cod ambiance.
Off-Season Pros, Very Few Cons. The beaches are even more secluded than ever and the air is offering a crisp, cool ocean feeling. The foliage is changing and scenery is about to explode like few other places on earth. It’s almost a shame that the majority of tourists come mostly in the summer months and miss the opportunity of a Cape Cod fall.
Cape Cod timeshare rentals are budget-friendly, especially in the off-season, starting as low as $69/night.
Our guest author, Ben Racicot, is a Massachusetts native and Cape Cod enthusiast as well as an entrepreneur and Web Developer who blogs his experience with the internet, business and inspiration. You can follow him on Twitter @BenRacicot and on his blog BenRacicot.com