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With more than 180 slips and the ability to accommodate vessels from 20 to 60 feet long, Green Harbor Marina is one of the largest in the Marshfield area. Just north of Plymouth and just inland from the Cape Cod Bay, Green Harbor Marina serves many locals with boats and can do the same for you when you visit, boat in tow.
Green Harbor Marina is in an advantageous location, yielding quick and easy access to top area fishing holes – check out Race Point or Stellwaggon Bank where you can land your share of flounder, bluefin tuna, haddock, or cod. Green Harbor Marina rents out a number of different fishing and pleasure vessels. You can make the short trip to Duxbury Harbor, Provincetown, or explore Plymouth Harbor. Enjoy an aquatic adventure on your next visit to eastern Massachusetts.
At 3,491 feet, Mount Greylock is the highest natural point in the state of Massachusetts. North of Pittsfield and neatly tucked away in the NW corner of the state, Mount Greylock is 1,200 acres of pristine land. With a mix of densely forested ranges and open expanses, Mount Greylock is part of a 4.5 mile wide range, running 11 miles long – Green Mountains are to the north, with the Berkshires set to the southeast.
During the winter months, enjoy snowshoeing or tooling around on your snowmobile. Spring and summer visits to Mount Greylock yield excellent hiking and backpacking opportunities, along with mountain biking along designated trails. Nature lovers enjoy a wide range of bird watching chances. Hike to the summit of Mount Greylock and enjoy scenice views of the surrounding areas stretching as far as 90 miles in any direction.