The height of the buzz is summer, especially July and August, but P'town enjoys a year-round presence and can be quite enchanting during the peaceful, windswept winter months and the mild, relaxed spring and fall shoulder seasons.
The town continues to improve and become more well-rounded, with more upscale inns, fine art galleries, and superb restaurants than ever before. The Seasons: Although Provincetown is most popular in summer, and many of its businesses open only from May through October, it's actually an appealing destination year-round, especially during the less-crowded but still mild spring and fall seasons.
Average high-low temps are 37F/23F in Jan., 52F/37F in Apr., 79F/63F in July, and 60F/45F in Oct.
If you're looking for friends or a potential mate in a relaxed, come-as-you-are atmosphere, this is it! If we don't know who you are, we can't ever say hi! Nicknames or screen names make it difficult to recognize members!
A few notes to potential members, this is not a dating website.
That doesn't mean you won't meet and fall in love, get married and live happily ever after..when posting your profile pic and your introduction, bear the previous in mind!
Provincetown in a Nutshell: Historic, scenic, and secluded, the former Portuguese fishing community and longtime artists colony of Provincetown is also one of the world's most popular resorts among gay and lesbian travelers.
Fall and spring offer crisp, cool, and often beautiful weather. It's at the narrow end of the Cape, and the town itself faces south and is set on sheltered Cape Cod Bay. Cape Air has direct service from Boston's busy Logan International to Provincetown Airport.
The western and northern reaches of Provincetown are dominated by the pristine, wind-swept dunes, beaches, and sea grass of Cape Cod National Seashore, and the northern section of town fronts the frothy Atlantic Ocean. The most popular way to get here from Boston is by high-speed passenger ferry (90 min) on Bay State Cruise Company and Boston Harbor Cruises - service is May thru Oct.
Also note the seasonal ferry from Plymouth on Capt. There's excellent bus service to and around P'town (see Traveling to Cape Cod).
The purpose for this group is to build community for women in the seven cities (Norfolk, Va Beach, Chesapeake, Suffolk, Portsmouth, Hampton, Newport News) beyond the lesbian bar scene.
This is an inclusive group of women of all ages and backgrounds who identify as gay, lesbian,bisexual and transgendered.