Bogs6.RU_-800x1200When it comes to agriculture products on the Peninsula, there is more than ‘cranberries’ that meet the eye! Don’t get me wrong, the Cranberry is most important…why it even has a Festival named after it! But, there is so much more to discover! From artisan cheeses, farm raised organically grown vegetables, cranberry bogs with a processing plant and a museum, shell fish beds and coffee roasters to the restaurants and cooking classes utilizing the ingredients….this is just a sampling of the regions’ bounty.

From Growing to Gastronomy

Colorful shops, great seafood, comfortable lodging, small museums, horseback riding, and an expansive beach may be some of the reasons that Forbes Traveler named the Long Beach Peninsula one of “America’s Favorite Beach Towns.”  There is another side to this area and...

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