8 Things in Harwich

1. Red River Beach-Open to the public with a day pass, the mid-sized Red River Beach has the feel of a neighborhood beach.

2. Harwich Port-Harwich Port was home to fishermen and mariners long before the American Revolution, and many of the fine residences in the village were built for sea captains.

3. Bank Street Beach-The sand is soft, the surf is almost non-existent, and if you’re a parent this is a good place for children to play in the shallows.

4. Harwich Mariners-The league has a history going back to 1885, and was preceded by some of the earliest organized baseball in the United States.

5. Cape Cod Rail Trail-This is a fantastic, car-free highway for the cape, with light gradients, an endless chain of attractions and places to stop along the route.

6. Cranberry Bog Tours-This can be done at the largest organic cranberry bog on Cape Cod, inviting visitors for tours in spring, summer and fall.

7. Cape Cod Lavender Farm-On 11 acres, this adorable farm is a joy in summer when its thousands of lavender plants are in bloom.

8. Old Colony Rail Trail-The Old Colony Rail Trail is on the abandoned right-of-way of the Old Colony Railroad’s Chatham Branch, apart from where it diverts around Chatham Municipal Airport.

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