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West Yarmouth Timeshare

West Yarmouth is one of three distinct villages of Yarmouth, Cape Cod, which is the second-oldest town in the Cape. History buffs will love walking along the streets and seeing the well-preserved historical landmarks when they stay in their West Yarmouth timeshare. The area is also a very family-friendly destination with its beautiful beaches, dining, shopping, and attractions.

Seagull Beach is the largest and most popular beach in West Yarmouth. The views are amazing and its snacks, bathrooms, and other amenities make it easy to spend an entire day here with the family. If you prefer a.... Read More

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less-crowded beach environment then you may want to also visit Sandy Neck Beach or Nauset Beach, where you'll see the same sparkling waters along the beautiful Massachusetts shore. And of course, you can easily explore out to see during your West Yarmouth timeshare vacation by taking a kayak tour, chartering a fishing boat, or setting sail from a rented sailboat or yacht.

Very Family-Friendly

When you've brought the kids along for a family adventure to your West Yarmouth timeshare, there will be little danger of a dull moment. The area has many attractions sure to delight young and old in addition to the beaches. There are many golf courses in the area geared toward adults but for mini-golf, you cannot beat places like the Wild Animal Lagoon, with its whimsical animals spread across a fun course. Skull Island Sports World also offers thrills and fun games such as go-karts, batting cages, and mini-golf.

In the evenings, there are many great bars and restaurants both in the main part of town and near the beach. The Werner Schmidt Observatory is another popular night-time destination. You'll be able to stargaze to your heart's content from the high-school based observatory.

Popular Time to Visit

Naturally, summer is the busiest time to visit a West Yarmouth timeshare. From June through August tourists flock to the seashore to swim, fish, golf, and try new water sports along the Atlantic Coast. If you are looking to avoid the crowds, then the winter slow season is the time to visit and you can enjoy the charming holiday displays, lights, and events during December, or go ice skating and drink hot chocolate in January. Spring and fall are the two shoulder seasons when, like in winter, you'll avoid the busier crowds and may see enough warmer than usual weather to enjoy the outdoor activities as well.