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Mashpee River Reservation

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Thought provoking

I had read about the Mashpee Old Indian Meeting House so we set off to find it from our base where... read more

Reviewed 4 February 2017
Poulton Le Fylde, United Kingdom
River walk

Three access points with off street parking, Old Meetinghouse Rd, Quinquiseett Rd, and Mashpee Neck... read more

Reviewed 5 August 2016
Cape Cod, Massachusetts
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4 Feb 2017
“Thought provoking”
5 Aug 2016
“River walk”
Little affected by development, this tidal stream remains one of the region's pristine environments. Experience the river on shoreside foot trails or by paddle.
Meetinghouse Road, Mashpee, MA 02649
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Reviewed 4 February 2017

I had read about the Mashpee Old Indian Meeting House so we set off to find it from our base where we were staying in Chatham. It isn't so easy to find but was well worth the effort. The day was bright warm and sunny...More

3  Thank Lavarcham
Reviewed 5 August 2016

Three access points with off street parking, Old Meetinghouse Rd, Quinquiseett Rd, and Mashpee Neck Rd. Trails on both sides of river. Trails are well marked for the most park. SN trail seems to be poorly marked the longer you follow it. Few other hikers...More

3  Thank jsw155203
Reviewed 30 June 2016

This trail is a great little place to take a walk! The atmosphere is quite peaceful, and you'll follow the course of the Mashpee River over several miles of well-marked trail. The grade is also gentle, so almost anyone can walk this trail without issue....More

2  Thank Ashton S
Reviewed 7 October 2015

This wonderland of Cape landscapes is a must-see for everyone! Sidle alongside the Mashpee River and its surrounding grassland, forests, ponds, bridges and trails for a one-of-a-kind Mid Cape excursion well worth the trouble. We saw eagles, osprey, foxes and all kinds of water fowl...More

2  Thank wpdesousa-mauk
Reviewed 18 August 2015

We parked on River Road to get to the gorgeous Mashpee River. It is down the street from New Seabury and close to our timeshare. We just crossed one other person walking their dogs. It is a well kept trail and has a lot of...More

1  Thank travel5bugEuro
Reviewed 30 November 2014

I like exploring this area with my friends and my dog during the summer months, it is a nice place to relax.

Thank Ellen M
Reviewed 29 July 2013

Bald eagles, ospreys, songbirds, wildlife, peace, and serenity are all waiting for you here. It is never crowded; in fact, you will rarely see another walker. Great for "walking meditation" or just appreciating nature.

5  Thank mtadams1
Reviewed 8 July 2013

My wife and I have traveled 100s of miles on the trails around the Mashpee River. The trails are well cared for and area is very beautiful with spring and fall a delightful times to visit. Wear a hat and don't worry about cyotes; weve...More

6  Thank barry w
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