Things to Do

There are so many ways you can discover Buzzards Bay. Lace up your boots and go for a hike, or get on your bike and ride for miles. Launch your boat into the water for a sail or a row, or paddle along a quiet salt marsh in a kayak. Cast a line off your favorite pier, or dig for clams in the shallows. Whether on land or on the water, you’ll find an outdoor activity to love on Buzzards Bay.

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Bicycling
Bicycling

Wherever you ride, you’ll discover hidden gems across southeastern Massachusetts on a bike.

Boating
Boating

Through sailing, rowing, and powerboating, you can discover a whole new world out on the water.

Cross-Country Skiing
Cross-Country Skiing

There's no better way to enjoy freshly fallen snow than by cross-country skiing through peaceful winter woods and fields.

Freshwater Fishing
Freshwater Fishing

From young beginners to experts, anglers of all ages will enjoy freshwater fishing in our local ponds and streams.

Hiking & Walking
Hiking & Walking

One of the best ways for you to explore our region is also one of the simplest: take a hike!

Paddling
Paddling

From calm ponds to sandy shores, Buzzards Bay offers so many great places to kayak, canoe, and paddleboard.

Saltwater Fishing
Saltwater Fishing

Saltwater fishing on Buzzards Bay is fun for all ages, and it's easy for anybody to give it a try!

Shellfishing
Shellfishing

People have been catching quahogs, blue crabs, lobsters, and bay scallops here for centuries – and you can, too!

Snowshoeing
Snowshoeing

When the snow falls, don’t stay indoors – grab a pair of snowshoes and take to the trails!

Swimming
Swimming

Whether you prefer salty waves or calm, sheltered coves, you can find a swimming spot that you’ll love on Buzzards Bay.

Upcoming Events

Mindfulness Walk: Great Neck Wildlife Sanctuary
Sat, February 25
1:00PM - 2:00PM
Great Neck Wildlife Sanctuary,
Wareham
Family Hike
Sun, February 26
1:00PM - 2:30PM
Myles Standish State Forest,
Carver
Snowshoeing the Shoreline
Sun, February 26
10:00AM - 12:00PM
Allens Pond Wildlife Sanctuary,
Westport

Featured Adventures

If you love Buzzards Bay, then pick up one of these 9 books

When winter’s chill settles in, you can still discover Buzzards Bay through books devoted to the Bay’s wildlife, ecology, people, and culture.

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10 places to look for bald eagles in southeastern Massachusetts

After their brush with extinction in the 20th century, bald eagles are beginning to return to the Buzzards Bay region, soaring over ponds, rivers, and salt marshes from Fall River to Falmouth.

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12 places on the South Coast to take a Sunday stroll in 2017

Even if you have a busy schedule, making the time for a simple Sunday stroll can help improve your heart health, ease stress, and create a connection to the outdoors.

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