Enjoy Lake Wequaquet while Staying in Centerville

Lake Wequaquet in Centerville, Massachusetts has over 9 miles of beautiful shoreline developed with beautiful cottages and homes. It is also known as "Chequaquet Lake", "Nine Mile Pond", or "Great Pond" with its 654-acre warmwater lake. Guests in the Lake Wequaquet Centerville area can enjoy a relaxing stay at the following two wonderful accommodation places: Long Dell Inn, and the Captain David Kelley House.

Long Dell Inn
436 South Main Street
Centerville, Cape Cod, MA 02632
(508) 775-2750

This award-winning elegant Centerville Inn was selected by the Cape Cod View Magazine as the "Best B&B/Inn 2007", awarded in 2008 by the US Local Business Association, and won the "Best of Centerville Award 2009". This magnificent home has served guests for 81 years as of the year 2010. The restored sea captain's home boasts seven gorgeous rooms decorated in New England style adorned with beautiful, yet comfortable, antique furnishings.

Captain David Kelley House
539 Main Street
Centerville, Cape Cod, MA 02632
(508) 775-4707

This beautiful Centerville Bed and Breakfast is in the heart of historic Centerville, Massachusetts. This Greek revival home built in 1835 by Sea Captain David N. Kelley, has six elegantly decorated rooms named after the Captain and his family, and the Skipper, Captain Baker. Guests enjoy on-site coffee, tea or hot chocolate throughout the day. The fireplace and baby grand piano add to the ambiance of the lovely home.

Enjoy Lake Wequaquet


The calm waters of the lake make it fabulous for swimmers, even for those that are just learning to swim.

Craigville Beach
1050 Craigville Beach Road
Centerville, MA 02632
(508) 775-9695

The long Craigville Beach located off of Craigville Beach Road on Nantucket Sound is lovely with lifeguards available. The water is very warm and calm. This beach is fantastic but busy.

Covell Beach

Covell beach is a smaller one off of the larger Craigville Beach at the same address, on Craigville Beach Road. It also offers beautiful landscaping and amenities.

Sandy Neck Beach
1189 Phinney's Lane
Centerville, MA 02632
(508) 362-8300
The Sandy Neck Beach is a long beautiful beach with large sand dunes.


Lake Wequaquet is well-known for its largemouth bass, and also more recently for its smallmouth bass. Other popular fish species include trout, pickerel, and yellow perch. Shore fishing is limited to mostly the boat ramp area and the town right-a-way.


Boating is nice on the lake. The boat launch is paved and owned by the town on Shootflying Hill Road, in Centerville. Motorized boats are allowed, but with a limit of 35 mph. During the busy tourist season, boaters can launch their boats, but need to park on the road. The beach can be used to park during the off-season.

Canoeing and Kayaking

The calm waters of Lake Wequaquet make it great for canoeing and kayaking.


Waterskiing is popular on the calm lake of Wequaquet.

Ice Fishing

Bearse Pond is the most popular location on the lake for ice fishing.


When the lake freezes in the winter, vacationers and locals enjoy skating on the lake.

Hyannis Whale Watching Cruises
(800) 287-0374

Experience an unforgettable whale watching cruise with Hyannis Whale Watching Cruises. Visitors can explore the website for more information and cruising schedules.