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Massachusets

River Renaissance: The Acushnet River Sawmill Preserve, New Bedford, MA

A former industrial site on the Acushnet River in north New Bedford, Massachusetts, has been turned into a scenic park where the public can hike, birdwatch, paddle, fish, and experience nature.
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Paddler’s Paradise: Essex River, MA

A kayak trip through the Essex River estuary is a thrilling experience—if you can find a way to the water.
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Coastal Variety: Allens Pond Wildlife Sanctuary, Westport, MA

This network of hiking trails in southeastern Massachusetts leads through a stunning variety of coastal habitat.
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Through the Pines: Great Neck Conservation Area, Wareham, MA

Follow connecting loop trails through a variety of coastal habitat, including salt marsh and pine forest.
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Coastal Wandering: Nasketucket Bay State Reservation, Mattapoisett, MA

Easy hiking trails lead through a variety of coastal habitats on the southeastern Massachusetts, making this a great day trip for families who want to enjoy the outdoors.
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Paddling the Slocums River, S. Dartmouth, Massachusetts

This scenic estuary in southeastern Massachusetts makes a great day paddle in a canoe or kayak.
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Follow the Herring: Agawam River, MA, Spring Paddle

Channel your inner herring on a wildlife-filled spring paddle up this tidal river in Wareham, MA.
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Hunting Grounds: Cape Cod Flats Fishing

Fly fishing for stripers on the sprawling sand flats of Cape Cod, on foot, isn’t easy—but that’s why we do it.
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Camping on Boston Harbor’s Bumpkin Island

When it comes to unique camping destinations, it’s hard to top Bumpkin Island. This 32-acre, scrub- and sumac-covered hillock in Boston Harbor…
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