This is Autumn in New England
Is there a more beautiful place to experience changing leaves and crisp autumn air? Explore some of our favorite fall activities around AutoCamp Cape Cod.
Go Sunflower Picking
Pick your own sunflowers at Tony Andrews Farm. Founded in 1935, Tony Andrews Farm is a 25 acre farm run by Geoffrey Andrews and, in the fall, offers pick-your-own sunflowers and pumpkins! Roam the beautiful fall fields, snap some photos, and take back your own bouquet of sunflowers!
Peep Some Leaves
Fall foliage is at its finest on Cape Cod mid-September through late October—the leaves tend to be at peak color a little later in the season, due to the Cape’s seasonal climate. Explore the beautiful reds, oranges, and yellows by foot, bike or even boat. Stretch your legs in Brewster at Nickerson State Park, where the Cape Cod Rail Trail provides 22 miles of leaf peeping on Cape Cod.
Take a Day Trip to Martha’s Vineyard
With the local ferry taking off about a ten minute drive from AutoCamp, a day trip to Martha’s Vineyard could not be easier! Mild fall weather makes biking on the Vineyard pleasant and enjoyable. With miles of paved bike trails, and rural island roads, exploring Martha’s Vineyard by bike is a great way to get acquainted with the island while getting some exercise. If you time it right, you can even enjoy their legendary Oyster Festival this October 1st & 2nd
Shuck Some Oysters In Wellfelt
Ever heard of Wellfleet oysters? Oyster lovers know that these aren’t any ordinary oyster. The well-known and sought after oysters originate in the heart of Cape Cod. Try them for yourself at the annual Wellfelt Oyster Festival which takes place October 16th and 17th in Wellfelt, MA. The two-day event includes a shucking contest, local food and drinks, art, jewelry, and much more.
Make It Spooky
Interested in all things haunted? Take a haunted history tour of Barnstable village. Spend your evening walking the historic and haunted “Old Kings Highway” of Barnstable Village. As you walk, listen to the historic stories that make up this spooky town. There are over ten stops on the tour and most involve a ghost or two. End your tour in the oldest wooden jail in the U.S. built in the 1690’s by the order of Massachusetts Bay Colony Cout which is proven to be actively haunted.
Explore A Cranberry Bog
Create unforgettable memories at a local cranberry bog! Leo & Andrea Cakounes operate the largest organic cranberry bog on Cape Cod. Located in Harwich, MA, daily tours of the bog are offered seasonally. Learn about the 12 month operation of a cranberry bog, see the equipment and visit with the farm animals!