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.
Head out for a day of fishing and boating on Buzzards Bay from the state boat ramp on the Westport River.
Explore the Weweantic River in a small boat, kayak, or paddleboard from the Route 195 state boat ramp in Wareham.
Step back in time at the 200-year-old ruins of White's Factory, a former cotton and saw mill on the Acushnet River.
Begin a paddling adventure on the Agawam River's flat, beautiful waters from Whitlock’s Landing in Wareham.
Peace and tranquility define Wing Pond Woods, a well-hidden gem directly off the Shining Sea Bikeway in North Falmouth.
For Marion boaters, the Wings Cove Launching Ramp is an excellent spot to start a day of fishing in the Cape Cod Canal.
With amazing water views and a lush natural setting, Wood Neck Beach is a summer destination for Falmouth families.