The Cape Cod Rail Trail follows a former railroad track for over 20 miles through the towns of Dennis, Harwich, Brewster, Orleans, Eastham, and Wellfleet. The trail’s well-paved surface and level grade make it ideal for bicycles as well as skaters, walkers, runners, and horseback riders. Cobies is right on the Trail – just look for the sign in the photo above!
Almost 2,000 acres of park including over 400 campsites. Nickerson is full of hiking trails, stocked fishing ponds, swimming, and canoeing opportunities and more. There’s an 8-mile bike path that connects directly with the Cape Cod Rail Trail, so you can have lunch, explore the park, then bike back to Cobie’s for fried seafood and ice cream!
The Cape Cod Baseball League is the premier collegiate summer wood bat league in the nation. The Brewster Whitecaps play just a couple miles from Cobies and are a place to see quality baseball. Games tend to be in the late afternoon, so stop by for dinner after the game!
The Cape beaches are one of the hottest attractions around. Cobies is close to a number of beaches perfect for children. Beaches on the North and West coasts of Cape Cod face the Bay and thus have the least surf. The East coast beaches have larger surf…
This Brewster museum sits on 80 acres of land and dedicated to encouraging and advancing understanding of our natural environment through discovery and learning. Interactive displays, trails, guided walks, and more!
Located in Brewster on Rte. 6A, Drummer Boy Park is home to a number of summer concerts. Order take-out from Cobies, bring your chairs or a blanket, and relax for the evening!
This course features 36 holes of premier public golf, ranked among the top public golf courses in the country. The facility includes two practice greens, a driving range, electric and pull carts, club rentals, and full restaurant amenities for outings and banquets. Reservations for tee times are accepted.
Indoor and outdoor productions are staged at the beautiful Cap Rep Theater. Contemporary and classic plays and musicals are all shown, both in the Outdoor Theater in the summer and the Indoor Theater May-November.
A three-story, 35-room “summer home” in Brewster, overlooking Cape Cod Bay, The Crosby Mansion was completed in 1888 and is supported by “The Friends of Crosby Mansion,” a group launched in 1991.