The Agawam River Trail in East Wareham offers a peaceful stroll, vistas of the Agawam River, and a paddling launch.
Allens Pond Wildlife Sanctuary in Dartmouth protects a delicate coastal ecosystem for migratory birds.
Explore the remnants of World War II-era radio towers among Marion's woods and wetlands.
Explore a cranberry bog that has been actively cultivated for over 80 years, with stunning views of woods and wetlands.
Explore Falmouth’s fascinating glacial past at Beebe Woods, a 400-acre swath of protected forest near Woods Hole.
Betty’s Neck in Lakeville offers miles of secluded trails and freshwater views in the Assawompset Pond Complex.
Birch Island in Wareham isn’t actually an island. But with river views in every direction, you might mistake it for one!
Peek back into Cape Cod's agricultural history with a walk through Bourne Farm's open fields and along trails through hilly woodlands.
Bourne Recreation Area is a gateway to fishing, walking, and bicycling along scenic Cape Cod Canal.
Discover quiet, hilly woods that feel forgotten by time at Bourne Sisters Woodland in Bourne.
Discover spectacular coastal scenery among protected woods and wetlands at Brandt Island Cove District in Mattapoisett.
Located in the urban North End of New Bedford, Brooklawn Park is refuge for local residents seeking some fresh air.
Known as the “crown jewel” of New Bedford, Buttonwood Park is an oasis of nature and recreation in the city.
Explore the Cape Cod Canal from Buzzards Bay Recreation Area in Bourne, located at the foot of the iconic railroad bridge.
If you want to take an easygoing, scenic bike ride, look no further than the Cape Cod Canal Bikeway in Bourne.
From the fish ladder to the glacial moraine, explore Bourne's natural history at Carter Beal Conservation Area.
See a sampling of all of Bourne’s vibrant natural scenery on one walk when you visit Cataumet Greenway.
Marion’s popular Washburn Park hearkens back to the historic town common where locals can walk and play.
With a cozy picnic table nestled in a grove of trees, Church Wildlife Conservation Area in Rochester is a lovely picnic spot.
Conserving land is one of the most important ways to protect clean water in Buzzards Bay. Since 1998, the Coalition has forever preserved more than 7,000 acres of land across our region.Read More ›
We work to protect clean water on the Bay and on the land: