Called a “fisherman’s paradise," Hoppy’s Landing on West Island in Fairhaven is your gateway to Buzzards Bay.
Discover Buzzards Bay’s largest freshwater river at Horseshoe Mill, part of the growing Weweantic River Reserve in Wareham.
Cool off at Falmouth’s Ice House Pond, a 7-acre kettle pond that's open for swimming, fishing, canoeing, and ice skating.
Boaters and paddlers will find a place to launch and keep their boats at this wharf and park on Sippican Harbor in Marion.
This pristine crescent of sand is a peaceful place for boaters to enjoy swimming, snorkeling, and beachcombing on private Naushon Island.
Escape the bustle of summer crowds on the quiet shores of Knowles Beach in Dartmouth.
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.
Visit Bourne's Little Bay Conservation Area to discover a walk that captures Buzzards Bay’s unique coastal geography.
This environmental education center in Dartmouth is also a destination for outdoor exploration on the Slocums River.
This diverse paradise of woods, wetlands, and salt marshes in Plymouth shelters rare sea-run brook trout in Red Brook.
A natural kettle hole, Mary’s Pond in Rochester is a popular destination for picnicking, paddling, and fishing.
Set off on a Pocasset Harbor paddling adventure from the Massasoit Avenue Boat Ramp in Bourne.
Take a scenic paddle on Mattapoisett Harbor and the mouth of the Mattapoisett River from Mattapoisett Town Landing.
Boaters cruising into Mattapoisett Harbor will find ample tie-up space and amenities at these five historic wharves.
For boaters on Cape Cod, Megansett Harbor Landing in North Falmouth is an awesome gateway to Buzzards Bay.