ng vacation both for adults and for families.
Significant Native American History
Mashpee's rich history with the Wampanoag tribe remains at the heart of the town. The Wampanoag tribe welcomed the Pilgrims to the area and the town holds the oldest Native American church in the USA. You can still visit the Old Indian Meeting House, built in 1684, and the annual Pow-Wow is a major draw every summer.
The best time to visit Mashpee has always been during the summer months. In July, tourist season reaches its peak as people come to the Massachusetts coast for rounds of golf, swimming, boating, and shopping. This is also the best time to get outside and see the rich beauty surrounding your Mashpee timeshare. The town has invested in offering visitors a green vacation with over a thousand acres of conservation lands spread between wildlife refuges, South Cape Beach State Park, and nature reserves in and around the town. The Mashpee Commons is another popular draw for tourists. It is an open-air mall based on the traditional New England town commons, and in addition to being a place to shop also hosts outdoor concerts, events, and the annual Oktoberfest celebration.
Great Even in Winter
Even if you visit the town outside of peak season, such as the slow winter season, you'll still find many charming attractions for adults and kids around a Mashpee timeshare. The Wampanoag Indian Museum and Cape Cod Children’s Museum are fun to visit for the entire family and will be less crowded during these months. The shoulder season in Mashpee usually runs from September through November and again during the spring months beginning in April when the chilly winter weather subsides.
In general, Mashpee is a safe and quiet community that is the perfect destination for families seeking a Mashpee timeshare along the famous Cape Cod coast. However, if you are looking for a place to hang out after dark, one of the beachfront restaurants and bars will be your best bet. Not only do you get the benefit of continuing to feel the sweet ocean breezes but you can sample local drinks, taste the renowned seafood and chowder, and even catch the occasional live music or event, especially in summer.