Known for its stunning daffodil field, Parsons Reserve in Dartmouth holds many more beautiful surprises in its woods.
Paskamansett Landing is an oasis of nature and history in the urban center of North Dartmouth.
Walk from suburban woods into dense forest and over a historic granite bridge at Paskamansett & Gidley Woods in Dartmouth.
Located on the busy shores of inner New Bedford Harbor, Pease Park in Fairhaven offers vessels a place to launch.
Hike rolling hills, snorkel pristine waters, and take in a fascinating history on this Buzzards Bay island unlike any other.
Discover one of Cape Cod’s oldest farms at Peterson Farm in Falmouth, a working farm with grazing sheep alongside miles of trails through fields and forest.
Cast out a fishing line or stroll sandy shores on the edges of Bourne’s freshwater Picture Lake.
Planting Island Beach’s rugged, rocky shoreline offers a panoramic view of Sippican Harbor and Buzzards Bay.
A small, secluded spot on Priests Cove, Pope Beach in Fairhaven offers sparkling views of Buzzards Bay.
Centrally located in New Bedford Harbor, this marina provides protected waters with convenient access to Buzzards Bay.
Quaker Marsh in Falmouth is a peaceful spot to picnic or launch a kayak into Wild Harbor River's salt marsh-lined headwaters.
Whether you're taking a day trip or keeping your boat at a local marina, start a Cape Cod adventure from this Bourne town boat ramp.
Discover your Buzzards Bay at this free environmental exploration center in downtown New Bedford.
Hilly wooded uplands at this Dartmouth preserve capture the natural spirit of nearby Southeastern Massachusetts Bioreserve.
Take a wild adventure through thousands of acres of remote forest and swamp at Rocky Gutter in Middleborough.
A bustling summer boating spot, this sandy public ramp in Dartmouth offers access to Clarks Cove and Buzzards Bay.
Discover woods, wetlands, and wildlife on the easy loop trail at Rounseville II Preserve in Rochester.
Located on a quiet bend of the Slocums River in Dartmouth, Russells Mills Landing is a fantastic places for paddlers.
A stellar spot to spend a summer day, splashing in the cove’s warm waters or watching sailboats breeze by.
With spectacular open-water views, the Saulnier Memorial Bike Trail is the best route to tour New Bedford's scenic South End.