"Dennis and East Dennis boast beautiful bayside beaches where at low tide you can walk for miles."
Make no mistake, Dennis is more than a beach town. It is a haven for hiking, biking, and nature enthusiasts. At Crowes Pasture, you can enjoy walks along dirt paths that lead to the ocean as you listen to the birds sing and smell the wildflowers in the air. Quite often you can bring your dog to accompany you unless the Piping Plovers are nesting in which case your furry friend will have to sit this hike out. Another wonderful hiking spot is the Indian Conservation Lands in South Dennis. There is ample parking here as it abuts the Cape Cod Rail Trail and offers picturesque hiking through the woods to Bass River.
Art and culture also abound in this delightful mid-Cape town as Dennis is home to The Cape Playhouse, one of the oldest theaters in the United States. Offering movies and plays throughout the year, the playhouse is worth a trip just to admire the beautiful art that adorns the walls and ceiling. Just down the road is the Dennis Museum where the garden that surrounds the building is almost as enchanting as the art inside.
Beaches, art, culture, dining, and nature - Dennis is a town that will leave you feeling enriched and like you have lived well.