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There are so many ways you can discover Buzzards Bay. Lace up your boots and go for a hike, or get on your bike and ride for miles. Launch your boat into the water for a sail or a row, or paddle along a quiet salt marsh in a kayak. Cast a line off your […]

Discover a hidden gem of native wildlife at Tamarack Park and Long Pond Conservation Area in Lakeville. From families to birders to paddlers, there’s something for everyone at this town-owned meadow and rich marshland.

Noquochoke Conservation Area

Walk through lush forest scattered with old stone walls in the woodlands of Noquochoke Conservation Area in Westport. You’ll find much to explore beneath the canopy of this former Boy Scout camp, preserved by the Westport Land Conservation Trust.

Escape the summer crowds with a walk to Black Beach, a sandy barrier beach along the edge of Great Sippewissett Marsh in Falmouth. Conserved by the Town of Falmouth, Salt Pond Area Bird Sanctuaries, Inc., and Mass Audubon, this beach is accessible only by foot or by boat, making it a particularly special place to take in a day beside Buzzards Bay.