This quiet boat launch in Westport is the perfect place to begin a paddling adventure on the Westport River West Branch.
The Agawam River Trail in East Wareham offers a peaceful stroll, vistas of the Agawam River, and a paddling launch.
Apponagansett Park in South Dartmouth is a fun summertime destination that truly offers something for everybody.
The Arthur F. Dias Town Landing provides boaters with easy access to beautiful Apponagansett Bay in South Dartmouth.
Besse Park’s sport fishing pier in Wareham Center is a hotspot for local anglers looking for stripers and snapper blues.
Betty’s Neck in Lakeville offers miles of secluded trails and expansive freshwater views in the heart of the protected Assawompset Pond Complex.
Birch Island in Wareham isn’t actually an island. But with river views in every direction, you might mistake it for one!
Bourne Recreation Area is a gateway to fishing, walking, and bicycling along scenic Cape Cod Canal.
Take a short, scenic walk to the sandy shores of the Weweantic River at Brainard Marsh in Marion.
Discover spectacular coastal scenery among protected woods and wetlands at Brandt Island Cove District in Mattapoisett.
Known as the “crown jewel” of New Bedford, Buttonwood Park is an oasis of nature and recreation in the city.
Explore the Cape Cod Canal from Buzzards Bay Recreation Area in Bourne, located at the foot of the iconic railroad bridge.
From the fish ladder to the glacial moraine, explore Bourne's natural history at Carter Beal Conservation Area.
“Chappy,” as locals call Chapoquoit Beach in Falmouth, is a sandy, secluded spot far from Cape Cod's crowds.
With rolling waves and a long, sandy shoreline, Cherry & Webb Beach is a favorite summer destination for Westport residents.
With a cozy picnic table nestled in a grove of trees, Church Wildlife Conservation Area in Rochester is a lovely picnic spot.
Hunt for remnants of an old settlement among fields and forest along the Mattapoisett River at Church's Field in Rochester.
As part of the Southeastern Massachusetts Bioreserve, this 516-acre property in Fall River showcases unique natural features.
With its short trail through the forest, Davis Park in Acushnet is perfect for a brief escape to nature.
An easy walking trail circles through peaceful Delano Memorial Forest, passing by the placid waters of the Sippican River.