One of Mattapoisett’s greatest assets is its waterfront and picture-perfect beaches. Residents and visitors revel in this prime coastal location each July at the weeklong Harbor Days Festival at Shipyard Park. The vibrant downtown area offers plenty of shops and restaurants to explore. During the summer months, the town comes alive with activities such as water sports, biking trails, and farmers’ markets.

The iconic Ned’s Point lighthouse proudly symbolizes the sparkling seaside lifestyle of sailboats, fabulous seafood, and pretty picket fences. In addition to its natural beauty and recreational offerings, Mattapoisett retains its small-town feel and strong community vibe. Residents enjoy the best of both worlds with easy access to nearby cities such as Providence and Newport.

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