This Bourne town marina provides a one-stop destination for boaters to explore the harbors and shores of upper Buzzards Bay.
Swim, picnic, and play in the shadow of Mattapoisett’s Ned’s Point Lighthouse at this town-owned park and beach.
Known by locals as "Lake Street," the New Bedford Reservoir in Acushnet is a peaceful destination for fishing and paddling.
A short walk from Onset Village, North Water Street Beach offers spectacular sunset views over Broad Cove.
Water-loving Marion residents can begin a day of boating or kayaking from Old Landing Wharf on Sippican Harbor.
For a classic sandy beach to enjoy in summer, Old Silver Beach in Falmouth is a top destination on Buzzards Bay.
Families flock to kid-friendly Onset Beach in Wareham thanks to its protected waters, beautiful scenery, and central location.
Paskamansett Landing is an oasis of nature and history in the urban center of North Dartmouth.
With a canoe launch, picnic table, and bench by the river, Paskamansett Park is a peaceful streamside setting.
Hike rolling hills, snorkel pristine waters, and take in a fascinating history on this Buzzards Bay island unlike any other.
Discover Bourne’s vibrant waterways by small boat or paddlecraft from this small boat ramp on the Pocasset River.
A small, secluded spot on Priests Cove, Pope Beach in Fairhaven offers sparkling views of Buzzards Bay.
Centrally located in New Bedford Harbor, this marina provides protected waters with convenient access to Buzzards Bay.
Quaker Marsh in Falmouth is a peaceful spot to picnic or launch a kayak into Wild Harbor River's salt marsh-lined headwaters.
Whether you're taking a day trip or keeping your boat at a local marina, start a Cape Cod adventure from this Bourne town boat ramp.
For a peaceful walk through classic Cape Cod scenery, head to Red Brook Pond Conservation Area in Bourne.
A bustling summer boating spot, this sandy public ramp in Dartmouth offers access to Clarks Cove and Buzzards Bay.