Dennis

Dennis Travel Guide

Travel Blogs from Dennis

Dennis Travel Blogs (14)
To Dennis and Back, Dennis, United States travel blog

To Dennis and Back

A travel blog entry by capecodbabytrek

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... malls, with stores like Dunkin’ Donuts, Marshalls, and a Stop&Shop. Not really charming quintessential Cape Cod. Unfortunately, Dennis Port, with its beaches and shops, is quite far from the trailhead and we were two exhausted to walk a couple ...

Cape Cod, Dennis Port, United States travel blog

Cape Cod

A travel blog entry by brentandjo

Hello Everyone here is your Pinch and a Punch for the first of the Month.   We really had a slow get away today.  Last night when we headed home after our sightseeing a warning light onk the truck appeared.  We were pretty sure it had happened last ...

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It's raining! It's pouring!

A travel blog entry by chade

Lazy, rainy day! We are going to Adrienne's uncle's place for dinner. We had originally planned to go to the National Seashore for dinner, but the weather did not cooperate. ...

Cape Cod and Boston, West Dennis, Cape Cod, United States travel blog

Cape Cod and Boston

A travel blog entry by werner2603

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Yesterday we drove from Pennsylvania to West Dennis. We met a childhood friend of Mums who she used to write to when she was young. Her name is Ellen, and she has a husband Sean and two sons called Chris and Thomas. They are a lovely family and we have ...

Attractions in Dennis

Dennis Attractions (12)
Cape Cod Rail Trail

Cape Cod Rail Trail

4.50

Dennis, Cape Cod, Massachusetts, United States

This bike path runs 25 miles, from Dennis to Wellfleet.

Cape Playhouse

Cape Playhouse

4.50

820 Main St., (Rt. 6A) Dennis, Cape Cod, Massachusetts, United States

One of America's oldest playhouses, established in 1927.

Cape Cinema

Cape Cinema

4.50

Route 6A, Dennis, Cape Cod, Massachusetts, United States

This Art Deco theater dates back to 1930.

Scargo Hill Observation Tower

Scargo Hill Observation Tower

4.50

Dennis, Cape Cod, Massachusetts, United States

The highest point of land on Cape Cod, the view from this stone observation tower sweeps across Cape Cod Bay to Provincetown.