Things to Do
Steps to the beach for swimming, snorkeling, fishing volleyball and relaxing. There is a nearby public boat launch, kayaking, canoeing, boating, deep sea fishing tours, whale watching, tennis, skate park, walking- biking trails, museums, churches and synagogues, library and public golf course.
Catch a ferry to Cape Cod’s Provincetown, Martha’s Vineyard, Nantucket or Boston.
- Harbor Express Schedule: South Shore Commuter Boats to Boston
- Plymouth to Provincetown Express Ferry
- Ferry service between Cape Cod and the Islands
- Service from Woods Hole, New Bedford and Hyannis to the Islands
- Ferry Service from Falmouth to Oak Bluffs, Martha’s Vineyard
Drive to Fun-Land for miniature golf, a driving range, bumper cars and arcade games for youngsters and adolescents.
Walk to nice restaurants and those with nightly entertainment. convenience store
Celebrated in August, the 139th Marshfield Fair Agricultural Exhibits: midway, super cross and smash up derby cars. Also huge fair ground car shows and antique fair. www.Marshfieldfair.org
Enjoy the Boston Harbor Fest June 28th -July 4th and the Annual Chowder Fest at Boston City Hall Plaza July 2nd. www.BostonHarborFest.com
- Marshfield Beaches
- Boston Harbor Islands
- Captain John Boats Whale Watch
- Cape Cod Canal – You may walk, roller blade, or bike the flat canal trail. Bikes may be rented near the Bourne Bridge. The northern tip of the canal is next to Scusset Beach.
- Hy-Line Cruises – The only mid-cape connection to both islands.
- Winslow House Marshfield – From this site are links to the Mass Dept of Tourism, Plymouth Tourism, etc.
- Plymouth Tourism
- Starland – Hanover, MA
- Water Wizz – Wareham, MA
- Brockton Rox Baseball
- Boston Red Sox
- TD Garden – Boston, MA
- Boston Symphony Orchestra
- Museum of Science – Boston, MA
- Museum of Fine Arts – Boston, MA
- Faneuil Hall Marketplace – Boston, MA
Rainy Day Suggestions
The following locations are indoor activities that would be fun on a rainy day.