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Boat ramps are plentiful in South of Boston/Plymouthregion of Massachusetts

Long Pond - Plymouth

Clark Road Plymouth, MA Phone:

Shore fishing area: Minimally improved property that provides shore fishing access. Fisherman access: Small concrete ramp, concrete pad ramp system or gravel ramp designed for smaller boats and parking for boat trailers. Fish species: Trout, largemouth bass, smallmouth bass, pickerel. Managed by the state Department of Conservation and Recreation.

Plymouth Harbor

Water Street Plymouth, MA Phone:

General access: Concrete boat ramp and parking for boat trailers. Fish species: Striped bass, bluefish, cod, flounder. Managed by the Town of Plymouth.

Brownell Street Fall River, MA Phone:

General access: Concrete boat ramp and parking for boat trailers. Fish species: Striped bass, bluefish, tautog, fluke, squeteague. Managed by the City of Fall River.

Acushnet River Basin (Pease Park)

Pease Street Fairhaven, MA Phone:

General access: Concrete boat ramp and parking for boat trailers. Fish species: Striped bass, bluefish, tautog, fluke. Managed by the Town of Fairhaven.

Sandy Pond

Gunning Point Plymouth, MA Phone:

Fisherman access: Small concrete ramp, concrete pad ramp system or gravel ramp designed for smaller boats and parking for boat trailers. Fish species: Trout, largemouth bass, smallmouth bass. Managed by the state Department of Fish and Wildlife.

Scituate Harbor

Barker Road Scituate, MA Phone:

General access: Concrete boat ramp and parking for boat trailers. Fish species: Fish species: Striped bass, bluefish, cod, flounder. Managed by the Town of Scituate.

Henry Street Fall River, MA Phone:

Fisherman access: Small concrete ramp, concrete pad ramp system or gravel ramp designed for smaller boats and parking for boat trailers. Fish species: Largemouth bass, tiger muskee, white perch, pickerel. Managed by the City of Fall River.

Mattapoisett Harbor (Short Wharf)

Water Street Mattapoisett, MA Phone:

General access: Concrete boat ramp and parking for boat trailers. Fish species: Striped bass, bluefish, tautog, fluke. Managed by the Town of Mattapoisett.

Clarks Cove

W. Rodney French Blvd. New Bedford, MA Phone:

Fisherman access: Small concrete ramp, concrete pad ramp system or gravel ramp designed for smaller boats and parking for boat trailers. Fish species: Striped bass, bluefish, tautog, fluke. Managed by the City of New Bedford.

Route 88 South Westport, MA, 02790 Phone: 508-636-8816

Good for boating, fishing, swimming, and camping.

Launch non-motorized or motorized boats from designated areas. See Horseneck State Reservation for full description of this park.