Herring Run Recreation Area's name tells you why it's special — it's home to a herring run on Cape Cod Canal.
With two miles of sand and surf, the 600-acre Horseneck Beach State Reservation is a recreational paradise in Westport.
Discover Massachusetts' maritime history at the Horseneck Point Lifesaving Station, one of the last of its kind in the state.
Discover Buzzards Bay’s largest freshwater river at Horseshoe Mill, part of the growing Weweantic River Reserve in Wareham.
For a short walk with big views, grab your camera or binoculars and head to Howland Marsh in Marion.
Dartmouth's Howland Reserve offers visitors a taste of the Southeastern Massachusetts Bioreserve without the vast size.
Explore a coastal salt pond and rolling glacial forests through Kelly Woodlands, a gateway to vibrant Cape Cod habitats.
With a spring vernal pool jam-packed with wildlife, Rochester’s charming Kirby Preserve is truly is a hidden gem to discover.
Take a short but fascinating walk through a salt marsh and red cedar forest at the Knowles Reserve in Dartmouth.
With nearly 50 acres of meadows and forests on the Acushnet River, LaPalme Farm celebrates Acushnet’s pastoral charm.
Whether by foot or on a kayak, make time to explore the sandy, protected shores of Lawrence Island in Cataumet.
Take in a lovely view of Leonard’s Pond in Rochester from the shores of these two small waterfront properties.
Accessible only from the Westport River East Branch, "The Let" is a perfect resting place for a mid-paddle picnic and a stroll.
With captivating streams and wetlands hidden in a quiet forest, Lionberger Woods in Rochester is easy to fall in love with.
Visit Bourne's Little Bay Conservation Area to discover a walk that captures Buzzards Bay’s unique coastal geography.
Branch off from the main route of Fairhaven’s Phoenix Bike Trail to explore the scenic shoreline at Little Bay Conservation Area.
Peaceful Little Buttermilk Bay Woods in Bourne hits all the right notes in just under a mile of walking trails.
This environmental education center in Dartmouth is also a destination for outdoor exploration on the Slocums River.
Take a challenging hike up and down rocky, glacier-carved hills within rich protected forest.