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.
Located on a quiet bend of the Slocums River in Dartmouth, Russells Mills Landing is a fantastic places for paddlers.
The beach and boat ramp at Seaview Avenue in Fairhaven grant explorers access to Nasketucket Bay.
Soak up the spectacular natural beauty of the Slocums River at the Slocum’s River Reserve in South Dartmouth.
Peaceful, scenic Squeteague Harbor Beach is tucked into a quiet corner of Cataumet in Bourne.
Embark into the Wareham River and upper Buzzards Bay from Tempest Knob, a town-owned public boat ramp in Wareham.
Catch a breathtaking sunset over Buzzards Bay from the protected shores at The Knob in Falmouth.
The tall, rocky outcropping and panoramic water views at The Knubble beach in Westport are a treasure for local residents.
At the edge of New Bedford’s urban North End sits The Sawmill, a 19-acre former lumber yard on the Acushnet River.
History and nature abound at Tripps Mill, a scenic trail and fishing spot on Tinkham Pond in Mattapoisett.
West Beach in New Bedford is well-known for its clear, calm waters, where families can splash and play on Clarks Cove.
Boaters and anglers can launch on a Buzzards Bay adventure from the public ramp and town dock on West Falmouth Harbor.
Set next to windswept salt marshes on West Island, this Fairhaven beach is a paradise for outdoors lovers.
This public boat ramp in New Bedford’s South End offers boaters, paddlers, and anglers access to scenic Clarks Cove.