100 Trowbridge Road
Bourne, MA 02532
Phone: (508) 759-0800
Fax: (508) 759-4575
This country club course is open to the public, and sprawls over one hundred ninety seven acres, offering eighteen holes of enjoyable and challenging play; the course offers something for those of all age and experience levels.
Peter Rabbit (the American version) loved his briar patch, as did his creator, Thornton W. Burgess. Burgess, a native of nearby Sandwich, was a naturalist as well as a storyteller, and the Burgess Society runs this center adjacent to the 57-acre briar patch in his memory. There are nature trails, a wildflower garden, a host of programs, the Robert S. Swain Natural History Library, and a jam kitchen and gift shop. Admission by donation The Thorton W Burgess Museum, filled with Peter Rabbit memorabilia, is three miles to the west, in Sandwich.
The Pinewoods Camp is an exclusive dance and music camp that occupies immense significance. It is built over in the distinctive Bungalow/Craftsman style of architecture. The site has paved its way to the National Register of Historic Places. It encompasses a mammoth 31 acres (13 hectares) of land area. The construction of the camp dates back to 1919. The site is located in the Plymouth city in Massachusetts. The camp organizes a range of enthralling camp sessions and programs.
Waverly Oaks was voted to be one of the top ten golf courses in 1999 by Golf Magazine, and features an eighteen-hole, par seventy two, seven thousand one hundred fourteen yard Championship course, as well as a nine-hole Executive course.
This course and country club is located near the beach, and offers twenty seven holes in all; open year-round, an eighteen-hole, par seventy two championship course is offered, as well as a separate nine-hole, par thirty seven course.
This eighteen-hole course is open to the public, and offers play on a course that incorporates dramatic changes in terrain and elevation.
This twenty-nine-foot bass boat and coast guard licensed captain, who has over thirty years of experience, offer fishing charters that use traditional methods and tackle; the boat can hold a maximum of six passengers, and the captain knows the best fishing spots.
Made up of 2500 acres of marshlands, open water, barrier beaches, trout streams, watersheds and uplands, with 11 wilderness campsites and several walking tours, the Waquoit Bay National Estuarine Reserve makes for a great day trip. Other park activities include swimming, shell fishing, canoeing, kayaking and even restricted hunting on Washburn Island, which is accessible only by boat. The reserve also includes the 500-acre South Cape Beach State Park.
Welcome aboard the Bluefin 28 foot BHM lobster boat. Sports fishing for stripped bass and bluefish, bottom fishing for sea bass, scupp, and fluke, tuna fishing, moster sharks, and offshore big game are offered for the whole family to enjoy. Recreational fun for the whole family!
Designed to combine fun with learning, the displays at this museum are educational and interactive. A puppet theatre, planetarium, Dress-Up Castle, submarine and train are open for exploration. The highlight is a 30-foot pirate ship where children can imagine themselves riding the high seas. Special programs include holiday parties, cooking classes, crafts and workshops with unusual themes such as "All About Cranberries." Admission: $6 ages 5-59, $5 ages 1-4 & 60+.
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Fishing charters are offered seven days a week, by this charter company that specializes in sport fishing for striped bass and