These two tracts are part of a network of local conservation areas in Marion and Rochester that you can explore.
This popular birdwatching hotspot in Fairhaven offers sweeping salt marsh views from atop the stone dike.
A natural oasis hidden in the North End of New Bedford, Flora B. Peirce Nature Trail takes visitors on a tour of forest life.
Walk through birdsong-filled woods to the edge of rich salt pond habitat at Flume Pond in Falmouth.
From fishing to hiking to paddling, discover a variety of activities on this eight-acre Westport property.
With beautiful harbor views, a sandy beach, and a historic coastal fort, Fort Phoenix is a treasure for local residents.
With a sandy beach, bike path, and fishing pier, Fort Taber Park offers sweeping Buzzards Bay views steeped in history.
Explore tranquil ponds, wetlands, and woods at Bourne's Four Ponds Conservation Area and Town Forest in Pocasset.
The wildlife-rich forests and fields of East Falmouth's Frances A. Crane welcome hunters, hikers, bikers, and equestrians alike.
Nestled along the Little River in Dartmouth, Frank Knowles/Little River Reserve offers miles of hiking trails.
For a true adventure, head to vast Freetown-Fall River State Forest, part of the Southeastern Massachusetts Bioreserve.
Take a paddling adventure on the gorgeous Slocums River in Dartmouth from this small town-owned landing.
The Gifford Street Boat Ramp provides boaters and paddlers with easy access to the protected waters of inner New Bedford Harbor.
Discover a former cranberry bog and the birds, turtles, and mammals of the wooded wetlands at Marion's Goldavitz Bog.
Families flock to Goodwill Park in Falmouth to enjoy grassy lawns and sandy beach along the cool waters of Grews Pond.
Explore nature, history, and spectacular coastal beauty along the rugged shores of Gooseberry Island in Westport.
Take in the sounds of frogs and singing songbirds in a former cranberry bog on the trails around Grassi Bog in Marion.
From hilly glacial remnants to lush salt marshes, Great Neck Conservation Area in Wareham has something for everyone.
Walk through wetlands and a red maple forest with long ties to Marion’s history at Hagemann Woods.