Cape Cod Pathways
Explore a Capewide network of walking trails. Endless opportunities to explore kayaking, fishing, nature walks etc. View a map of Cape Cod Walking Trails on Google Maps.
Centerville Walking Tour
Centerville’s Main Street is a historic district on the National Register of Historic Places and is a remarkably intact representation of a 19th century Cape Cod village center. Learn of the people and families who built on Main Street and the rich architectural legacy they left, which largely endures to this day.
Kennedy Legacy Trail
The Kennedy Legacy Trail is a self-guided walking tour of sites in downtown Hyannis, Cape Cod that are significant to the Kennedy family. At each of the 10 sites, an informational sign, and links to video and audio information, uncovers stories & history about the Kennedys on Cape Cod. The entire walking trail is 1.6 miles long and may be visited in any order. Brochures with a map the sites can be downloaded from the website. They are also available at the JFK Museum on Main Street.
Map of TOB seven villages and Kennedy Legacy Walking Trail
Maritime Hyannis Walking Tour
An historical walk along Pleasant Street starting from the Hyannis Transportation Center ...follow to the harbor front and ferries.
Pleasant Street was often referred to as Sea Captains Row. This map shares some of the history along the street.
Sandy Neck Beach trails
SNB is a six-mile long coastal barrier beach featuring hiking trails along the shoreline and salt marsh, offering spectacular views and memories. Immerse yourself in a living museum and catch sign of toads, turtles and other wildlife. Available activities include hiking, surfing, kayaking, fishing, and camping, as well as the Sandy Neck Beach Halfway House
Walkway to the Sea
Stroll along the Walkway -to-the-Sea which takes visitors from Hyannis Harbor to the Village Green and Hyannis Main Street to enjoy the shops, restaurants and even old time carousel!
Upcoming events in Walks
Be sure to check out the arts and cultural happenings in all seven villages.