With over 12,000 acres to hike, bike, fish, camp, and hunt, you'll never run out of ways to have fun at Myles Standish in Carver.
Nasketucket Bay State Reservation's 200 acres of coastal forests in Mattapoisett are a treasure for all ages.
This wooded conservation area on Nestles Lane in Acushnet offers local residents a lovely walk along mossy stone walls.
Stroll along a creative connection of nature, community, and art on the CoveWalk, part of The Blue Lane in New Bedford.
Known by locals as "Lake Street," the New Bedford Reservoir in Acushnet is a peaceful destination for fishing and paddling.
Running beneath groves of stately beech trees, New Boston Trail in Fairhaven gives visitors peaceful views of forest and wetland habitat.
A short walk from Onset Village, North Water Street Beach offers spectacular sunset views over Broad Cove.
Launch a canoe or kayak and explore Marion’s scenic Hammett Cove from the beach at Oakdale Avenue.
Walk through forests crisscrossed with old stone walls and discover vernal pools in spring at Old Harbor Wildlife Refuge.
Water-loving Marion residents can begin a day of boating or kayaking from Old Landing Wharf on Sippican Harbor.
Families flock to kid-friendly Onset Beach in Wareham thanks to its protected waters, beautiful scenery, and central location.
Launch your vessel into the waters of Onset Bay from the newly renovated Onset Boat Ramp in Wareham.
Discover a slice of secluded nature along the urban Acushnet River at P.J. Keating Woods.
Known for its stunning daffodil field, Parsons Reserve in Dartmouth holds many more beautiful surprises in its woods.
With a canoe launch, picnic table, and bench by the river, Paskamansett Park is a peaceful streamside setting.
Walk from suburban woods into dense hardwood forest, complete with a historic granite bridge over the Paskamansett River.
Marion's Peirson Woods has an observation platform where you can view sailboats, salt marshes, and sea birds on the water.
Hike rolling hills, snorkel pristine waters, and take in a fascinating history on this Buzzards Bay island unlike any other.
The 4.5-mile paved Phoenix Bike Trail is a gateway to Fairhaven's coastal forests and salt marshes.
Planting Island Beach’s rugged, rocky shoreline offers a panoramic view of Sippican Harbor and Buzzards Bay.