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Yarmouth MA

One of the oldest towns on Cape Cod, Yarmouth, Massachusetts is comprised three distinctive villages – West Yarmouth, Yarmouth Port and South Yarmouth.

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Yarmouth Villages

To the north is the village of Yarmouth Port, an area filled with sea captain’s homes, antique shops, an 1889 pharmacy, the Cape’s oldest inn, an antiquarian bookstore and a long village green. To the south lie the villages of West and South Yarmouth, a bustling, more commercially settled area lined with hotels, motels, restaurants, souvenir shops, miniature golf courses and visitor-friendly attractions as an inflatable water park.

Things To Do in Yarmouth

The beauty of Yarmouth is its balance of old and new. It would be difficult to visit Yarmouth Port without venturing into West and South Yarmouth’s commercial centers for shopping, dining or entertainment. Likewise, those who are located on the southern shore will be attracted to the quieter, more antiquated northern shore.

The region’s newest historical attraction – the Whydah Pirate Museum – pays respect to Cape Cod’s marauding history with a focus on the Whydah Gally, the pirate ship that explorer Barry Clifford discovered off the coast of Wellfleet in 1984. Since that time, Clifford has continued to unearth secrets of the Whydah, using them as the centerpiece of his museum, where visitors can get a glimpse of archaeologists plying their trade as they excavate artifacts in a working laboratory.

Nature walks and scenic hikes in the town take you through conservation areas and along marshes, ponds, and beaches. Popular trails include Callery-Darling Conservation Area and Crab Creek Conservation Area. In recent years, the Cape Cod Rail Trail was extended to South Yarmouth, providing a new entryway to the 25.5 mile paved rail trail that meanders all the way into Wellfleet. The town has four golf courses, including two municipal courses, and many areas for kayaking and paddleboarding, particularly Bass River. Yarmouth is home to several beaches, from cozy bay beaches to expansive, sandy beaches. Windsurfing is a favorite activity at Seagull Beach, and Bass River Beach (also known as Smugglers Beach) has become known for its annual sand castle contest.

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