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Cove,Harbor, & River Walk
Cove Rd./E Rodney French Blvd
Opened in early 2017, the 5,550-foot CoveWalk sits atop the hurricane barrier on the western side of the peninsula, overlooking Clark’s Cove. The pathway is lit at night, making any time a good time to take in the natural wonder of South Coast, MA. The CoveWalk is also pet friendly.
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HarborWalk: East Rodney French Blvd
Opened in 2015, the HarborWalk is 3,880 feet long and tops New Bedford’s hurricane barrier on the east side of the city’s southern peninsula connects with a bike path that runs along the waterfront to the tip of the peninsula and into historic, 50-acre waterfront Fort Taber Park. The HarborWalk gives visitors a chance to look out upon where Buzzards Bay (East Beach) meets historic Fort Taber, beyond to Fairhaven’s Fort Phoenix, West Island, and noted points of interest like Butler Flats Lighthouse. The pathway is lit at night, making any time a good time to take in the natural wonder of South Coast, MA. The HarborWalk is also pet friendly.
Coming soon! The planned RiverWalk will be a 17,000-foot recreational waterfront path on the upper harbor, along the western bank of the Acushnet River north of the New Bedford-Fairhaven Bridge.
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