The tall, rocky outcropping and panoramic water views at The Knubble beach in Westport are a treasure for local residents.
At the edge of New Bedford’s urban North End sits The Sawmill, a 19-acre former lumber yard on the Acushnet River.
Tinkhamtown Woodlands and neighboring Woodcock Preserve include over 100 acres in the Mattapoisett River Reserve.
History and nature abound at Tripps Mill, a scenic trail and fishing spot on Tinkham Pond in Mattapoisett.
Part of the Southeastern Massachusetts Bioreserve, Watuppa Reservation is a gateway to an expanse of protected forests.
Seek out a rich array of plants and wildflowers among woods and old agricultural remnants at Wernick Farm in Dartmouth.
Boaters and anglers can launch on a Buzzards Bay adventure from the public ramp and town dock on West Falmouth Harbor.
West Island State Reservation's pristine coastal habitats offer a natural retreat that outdoor enthusiasts will love.
This public boat ramp in New Bedford’s South End offers boaters, paddlers, and anglers access to scenic Clarks Cove.
Head out for a day of fishing and boating on Buzzards Bay from the state boat ramp on the Westport River.
Explore the Weweantic River in a small boat, kayak, or paddleboard from the Route 195 state boat ramp in Wareham.
Step back in time at the 200-year-old ruins of White's Factory, a former cotton and saw mill on the Acushnet River.
Take an adventure through hilly pine and oak woods at William Minot Forest in Wareham.
Peace and tranquility define Wing Pond Woods, a well-hidden gem directly off the Shining Sea Bikeway in North Falmouth.
With a scenic trail through the woods to Winsegansett Pond and a beach, this Fairhaven destination is a gem to discover.
With amazing water views and a lush natural setting, Wood Neck Beach is a summer destination for Falmouth families.