The beautiful New Bedford Harbor is at the mouth of the Acushnet River, which flows south into Buzzards Bay and the Atlantic Ocean. The city’s three boat launches accommodate fishing, sailing, rowing, kayaking, and motor boating.
- 328 Parker Street
- New Bedford, MA 02740
The Community Boating Center is a non-profit organization that provides people from the Greater New Bedford area with educational opportunities and access to the marine environment, regardless of means, through instruction, mentoring, and coaching. The Center’s office and youth sailing program are located at Fort Rodman and its high school sailing program is at Clark’s Cove.click for more details
Whaling City Golf Course is a 6,780-yard, 18-hole championship course designed by the legendary Donald Ross. An MGA and USGA member course, Whaling City also features a restaurant, pro shop and driving range. Tee times all year round. The public is welcome. Outing dates available.click for more details
This local rowing club is a non-profit organization dedicated to making open water rowing accessible to people of all ages and income levels. Club members row 28-foot long fiberglass whaleboats – replicas of nineteenth century whale boats. After school programs and summer day camps provide instruction to the region’s young people throughout the year.click for more details