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.
Come down to Electric Avenue to discover an intimate beach and boat ramp a stone’s throw from the Cape Cod Canal.
This small Westport landing is a great place launch a kayak or go quahogging, surrounded by the unique habitat of the lower Westport River.
A natural oasis hidden in the North End of New Bedford, Flora B. Peirce Nature Trail takes visitors on a tour of forest life.
Walk through birdsong-filled woods to the edge of rich salt pond habitat at Flume Pond in Falmouth.
With beautiful harbor views, a sandy beach, and a historic coastal fort, Fort Phoenix is a treasure for local residents.
With a sandy beach, bike path, and fishing pier, Fort Taber Park offers sweeping Buzzards Bay views steeped in history.
The wildlife-rich forests and fields of East Falmouth's Frances A. Crane welcome hunters, hikers, bikers, and equestrians alike.
Nestled along the Little River in Dartmouth, Frank Knowles/Little River Reserve offers miles of hiking trails.
Take a paddling adventure on the gorgeous Slocums River in Dartmouth from this small town-owned landing.
Explore Snipatuit Pond on a canoe, kayak, or small boat from this state launch ramp in Rochester.
Discover a former cranberry bog and the birds, turtles, and mammals of the wooded wetlands at Marion's Goldavitz Bog.
Families flock to Goodwill Park in Falmouth to enjoy grassy lawns and sandy beach along the cool waters of Grews Pond.
Escape the crowds for windswept dunes and crashing waves at Little Compton's Goosewing Beach Preserve.
Take in the sounds of frogs and singing songbirds in a former cranberry bog on the trails around Grassi Bog in Marion.
This Woods Hole boat ramp is a gateway for boaters and anglers to the waters of Buzzards Bay and Vineyard Sound.
This Bourne boat ramp is a great place to launch paddle crafts or small boats, as well as a popular fishing spot.
Explore pine forests and salt marshes overlooking the entrance to the Cape Cod Canal at Great Neck Wildlife Sanctuary.
Walk through wetlands and a red maple forest with long ties to Marion’s history at Hagemann Woods.