While visiting The Harwich Port you will see the harbors and bays are active with pleasure craft and fishing vessels, as well as the seasonal fast ferry to Nantucket. You may want to visit Brant Point Courtyard. Land a big one with one of our charter fishing captains, enjoy a romantic sail on the Sound, explore the waterways by kayak, or spend the day watching seals or birds. In addition to enjoying Harwich's beaches, there are a multitude of opportunities for fun and adventure ashore. Cycle or walk past cranberry bogs, lakes and ponds on the Cape Cod Rail Trail . Golf at the 9-hole Harwich Port Golf Course or the challenging 18-hole Cranberry Valley Golf Course. Wander along historic pathways through forest and meadow and explore more than 615 acres of trails and protected areas at the Harwich Conservation Trust>
While staying at The Harwich Port stroll the charming villages and streets and visit the boutiques, antique shops, and galleries along the way, then catch a play at Harwich Junior Theatre or the Cape Playhouse.
Looking for a day trip take the ferry to Nantucket. Nantucket is one of the most unique, historic, and visually stunning places in the world. Originally a booming whaling port, Nantucket has been named a National Historic District and has architecturally changed little since the 17th century, as seaside cottages and old-fashioned lamps still line its streets. Make this a New England getaway to remember.