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With amazing water views and a lush natural setting, Wood Neck Beach is a destination for thousands of Falmouth residents each summer. Relax and watch the waves roll along the shores of Buzzards Bay, or get wet and muddy in neighboring Little Sippewissett Marsh, which offers a world of discovery for curious outdoor explorers.

The Buzzards Bay region is home to 18 communities, stretching from Sakonnet Point in Rhode Island to Woods Hole on Cape Cod. These communities are part of the Buzzards Bay watershed: the area of land where water drains to Buzzards Bay. Some communities lie along the coast, while others are farther inland but have rivers […]

Last year, we brought you a list of 11 places to take a walk on the day after Thanksgiving. And in response, many of you spent your Black Friday outside, walking off a big turkey dinner and enjoying some fresh, cool air. So this year, we were inspired once again, in part due to the growing movement to #OptOutside and discover the outdoors instead of spending money in stores.

And the truth is, there are way more than 11 places in our region that are perfect for a walk on the day after Thanksgiving. So here are 11 more spots that you can enjoy with your friends and family this Friday and throughout the holiday season.

It’s beach season, and there’s nowhere better to be than Buzzards Bay! From sandy spots to rocky shores, Buzzards Bay’s coast is lined with beaches where swimmers, boaters, and families can jump into the Bay’s cool waters.

We think all of Buzzards Bay’s beaches are special. But a few stand out as particularly great destinations to enjoy the sand, salt, and surf. Here are eight Buzzards Bay beaches we love, listed in order from west to east. Some of these are crowd favorites, while others are hidden gems waiting for you to discover.

For many people, paddling hits the perfect notes of exploration, adventure, and fun. There’s something about paddling that can get anyone out on the water, whether you’re a whitewater kayaker or a novice trying out a paddleboard for the first time.

To celebrate the season, we’ve put together a list of five fantastic paddling routes for you to try this summer. If you don’t have the right gear, fear not—we’ll point you to some awesome outfitters that’ll equip you for a fun day on the Bay!

When most people think of Cape Cod, the first thing that comes to mind is water. Swimming, boating, fishing – these are the reasons why most people visit the Cape every summer.