Collins Woodlot in Falmouth offers great hiking along two miles of trail through wild-feeling forest.
Part of the Southeastern Massachusetts Bioreserve, Copicut Woods in Fall River showcases unique natural features.
The idyllic pastures and sweeping salt marsh views at Cornell Farm in Dartmouth will captivate nature lovers of every age.
With its short trail through the forest, Davis Park in Acushnet is perfect for a brief escape to nature.
Make community connections and explore a unique wilderness at Davis-Douglas Conservation Area, the headquarters of the Wildlands Trust.
An easy walking trail circles through peaceful Delano Memorial Forest, passing by the placid waters of the Sippican River.
Demarest Lloyd State Park in Dartmouth is a true gem for beachgoers, explorers, and Buzzards Bay lovers of all ages.
Launch a kayak from DePina Landing in Marion to explore the Sippican River’s rich natural habitats.
Don’t let its name fool you: Destruction Brook Woods in Dartmouth is packed with unparalleled beauty.
The Doggett's Brook nature trail tucked into the woods behind the ball fields in Rochester is perfect for a walk after a game.
If you want to explore a classic Wareham landscape, Westgate Conservation Area is an ideal spot.
Explore forest, streams, wetlands, and a summer corn field, all at Dunham's Brook Conservation Area in Westport.
A wide, sandy beach on outer New Bedford Harbor, East Beach is a summertime destination for city families.
This engaging nature trail in Fairhaven is a welcoming spot for the whole community to discover nature's classroom.
With fields, stone walls, and golden yellow barns, East Over Reservation is a reminder of Rochester’s rural character.
These two tracts are part of a network of local conservation areas in Marion and Rochester that you can explore.
Explore picturesque marshes by kayak or spend the afternoon digging for clams on the edge of Little Bay in Fairhaven.
This popular birdwatching hotspot in Fairhaven offers sweeping salt marsh views from atop the stone dike.
Come down to Electric Avenue to discover an intimate beach and boat ramp a stone’s throw from the Cape Cod Canal.