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While Provincetown has rolled out the red carpet for our canine friends, they are not the only town on Cape Cod to find places to stay with your pets. From camping in Brewster to Bed and Breakfasts in Barnstable and cottages in Bourne, you can find many wonderful places to stay with your pets. From September through May, most of the Cape beaches allow you to walk your dogs on the beach. Year-round, your leashed dogs are welcome at Nickerson State Park, the Cape Cod Rail Trail, most areas of the Cape Cod National Seashore, and the Cape Cod Canal walking area. Want to go visit Nantucket or Martha's Vineyard? The Hy-Line Cruises and Steamship Authority both welcome your pets on board.
Cape Cod's love of animals goes beyond our hospitality to pets - it includes animal welfare organizations. Cape Cod is the home to the International Headquarters for IFAW in Yarmouth Port and its related group The Cape Cod Stranding Network. In addition there are several animal shelters and rescue groups on the Cape.
So when your planning your next family trip - for a week or a weekend, come to Cape Cod and bring your whole family - even your pets!