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Pride Journey Outdoors: Cape Cod

Cape Cod is one of the most LGBTQ-friendly destinations in the country. Known as the home of Provincetown, aka P-Town, the Cape also offers a number of activities where travelers could social distance while connecting with nature. The 22-mile Cape Cod Rail Trail is extremely popular for walkers and bikers, along with Monomoy National Wildlife Refuge which offers 7,600+ acres of wildlife to see and learn more about a variety of of birds, seals, whales and more.

Located along the coast of Cape Cod is the award-winning Ocean Edge Resort & Golf Club. With a perfectly balanced trifecta of private accommodations, spacious grounds and plethora of outdoor activities, this 429-acre resort naturally sets the scene for a secluded escape on the Cape. Here, travelers can reconnect with loved ones and nature simultaneously with an abundance of outdoor activities to enjoy, such as kayaking and stand up paddle boarding on Blueberry Pond, 26 miles of trails for biking and hiking, five pools, private beach and more. This summer the property also launched a series of private, carefully curated experiences for guests, such as private oyster tours in the Brewster Flats, individual archery lessons, private beach fires during sunset with s'mores kits and more.

For a truly secluded getaway, travelers should book a stay in one of the one-, two-, or three-bedroom villas for a cozy home-away-from-home setting. The collection of one-bedroom Britterige Villas are fresh off a multi-million dollar renovation, and offer accommodations adjacent to the Cape Cod Rail Trail. While the resort's five on-site dining options are open with refreshed sanitation and social distancing measures, those wishing to cook on their own can take advantage of the new grocery delivery service, where produce, veggies, snacks and more can be delivered and stocked in the villa fridge upon arrival.

Photos Courtesy of Ocean Edge Resort & Golf Club

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