From shells, starfish and stones to sea glass and pottery, the shores of Buzzards Bay offer a banquet for the beachcomber.
Wherever you ride, you’ll discover hidden gems across southeastern Massachusetts on a bike.
Through sailing, rowing, and powerboating, you can discover a whole new world out on the water.
There's no better way to enjoy freshly fallen snow than by cross-country skiing through peaceful winter woods and fields.
From young beginners to experts, anglers of all ages will enjoy freshwater fishing in our local ponds and streams.
Geocaching combines GPS technology and old-fashioned treasure hunting to make outdoor exploration fun for all ages.
Many hiking and biking trails around Buzzards Bay are also horse-friendly, offering new challenges for both you and your equine pal.
Connect with where your food comes from through seasonal hunting on these designated properties.
The varied habitats, fascinating wildlife, and colorful changing seasons around Buzzards Bay serve as great subjects for any photographer.
The paddling is great on Buzzards Bay with so many interesting places to kayak, canoe, and paddleboard.
Saltwater fishing on Buzzards Bay is fun for all ages, and it's easy for anybody to give it a try!
People have been catching quahogs, blue crabs, lobsters, and bay scallops here for centuries – and you can, too!
When the snow falls, don’t stay indoors – grab a pair of snowshoes and take to the trails!
Whether you prefer salty waves or calm, sheltered coves, you can find a swimming spot that you’ll love on Buzzards Bay.