This quiet boat launch in Westport is the perfect place to begin a paddling adventure on the Westport River West Branch.
Glide down the tranquil Agawam River for a long paddle or a freshwater fishing trip from Agawam Mill Pond Boat Launch in Wareham.
The Arthur F. Dias Town Landing provides boaters with easy access to beautiful Apponagansett Bay in South Dartmouth.
Whether you’re ready to go boating, paddling, or swimming, you’ll find a place to play at Barlows Landing in Bourne.
The deep, clear waters of Big Sandy Pond in Plymouth are a delight for freshwater anglers.
Escape the summer crowds at Falmouth's Black Beach or with a paddle through Great Sippewissett Marsh.
Take a peaceful picnic or stretch your legs with a picturesque walk on Bull Island, nestled inside Naushon’s Hadley Harbor.
From the fish ladder to the glacial moraine, explore Bourne's natural history at Carter Beal Conservation Area.
With rolling waves and a long, sandy shoreline, Cherry & Webb Beach is a favorite summer destination for Westport residents.
Take an island excursion to Cuttyhunk and discover Church's Beach, a Buzzards Bay paradise with crystal-clear waters.
Launch a kayak from DePina Landing in Marion to explore the Sippican River’s rich natural habitats.
A wide, sandy beach on outer New Bedford Harbor, East Beach is a summertime destination for city families.
Just south of the hurricane barrier, this public boat ramp offers boaters and anglers access to outer New Bedford Harbor.
Explore picturesque marshes by kayak or spend the afternoon digging for clams on the edge of Little Bay in Fairhaven.
This small Westport landing is a great place launch a kayak or go quahogging, surrounded by the unique habitat of the lower Westport River.
Canoe or kayak upstream from Fearing Hill Swamp in Wareham to explore the Weweantic River's protected wooded shores.
With a sandy beach, bike path, and fishing pier, Fort Taber Park offers sweeping Buzzards Bay views steeped in history.
Take a paddling adventure on the gorgeous Slocums River in Dartmouth from this small town-owned landing.
The Gifford Street Boat Ramp provides boaters and paddlers with easy access to the protected waters of inner New Bedford Harbor.
Families flock to Goodwill Park in Falmouth to enjoy grassy lawns and sandy beach along the cool waters of Grews Pond.