Glide down the tranquil Agawam River for a long paddle or a freshwater fishing trip from Agawam Mill Pond Boat Launch in Wareham.
Local history and natural beauty come together on Barges Beach, a one-of-a-kind barrier beach on the east end of Cuttyhunk Island.
Have an island adventure on the pristine beaches and shallow waters of Bourne's Bassetts Island.
Escape the summer crowds at Falmouth's Black Beach or with a paddle through Great Sippewissett Marsh.
Hike, picnic, or bird watch among some of the Cape’s most unusual habitats at this Falmouth preserve.
Surround yourself with bird-filled salt marshes on a paddle through this water access-only preserve in Wareham.
Enjoy the peaceful beauty of Bread and Cheese Brook along Brookside Conservation Area's streamside trail in Westport.
Escape from busy Wareham center and stop at Bryant Farm for a peaceful walk.
Follow a trail through a bird-filled meadow and into quiet woodlands at this former farm in West Falmouth.
An array of stunning habitats fit into a small package at this Fairhaven preserve, featuring fields, forests, and wetlands.
Collins Woodlot in Falmouth offers great hiking along two miles of trail through wild-feeling forest.
Make community connections and explore a unique wilderness at Davis-Douglas Conservation Area, the headquarters of the Wildlands Trust.
Dike Creek Reserve stands out for its graceful mix of well-tended fields, woodlands, forested swamp, and expansive views of Dike Creek Marsh.
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.
This small Westport landing is a great place launch a kayak or go quahogging, surrounded by the unique habitat of the lower Westport River.
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.
The wildlife-rich forests and fields of East Falmouth's Frances A. Crane welcome hunters, hikers, bikers, and equestrians alike.