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*[[Lakeville(Massachusetts)|Lakeville]]
 
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*[[Mattapoisett]] - Classic coastal small town.
 
*[[New Bedford]] - Famous as a whaling and fishing center, it hosts the Whaling Museum National Park.
 
*[[New Bedford]] - Famous as a whaling and fishing center, it hosts the Whaling Museum National Park.
 
*[[Rochester (Massachusetts)|Rochester]] - A rural community.
 
*[[Rochester (Massachusetts)|Rochester]] - A rural community.

Revision as of 14:20, 23 July 2006

For other places with the same name, see South Coast (disambiguation).

SouthCoast is a region along the southern coast of Massachusetts.

Contents

Cities and Towns

Locations of SouthCoast towns

Other destinations

Understand

This diverse and beautiful region runs between Rhode Island on the west and Cape Cod on the east and covers the spectrum from blue collar to wealthy towns. The SouthCoast region is anchored by its two harbor cities of New Bedford and Fall River, both of which have deep roots in fishing and whaling.

Talk

Get in

Interstate 195 runs between Providence, Rhode Island and Cape Cod and services most of the SouthCoast towns.

Major airports are in Boston(BOS) and Warwick (Rhode Island)(PVD).

Boats can harbor in many of the towns, including Fall River, New Bedford, and Fairhaven.

Get around

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Itineraries

Do

Eat

Drink

Stay safe

Get out

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