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Mill Pond - Wareham


2Listings$305K-$350K$655KTotal Value
Mill Pond - Wareham, Massachusetts

Mill Pond - Wareham real estate is a beautiful, but lesser known, market for lake homes and land in Massachusetts.

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    • Counties: Plymouth County
      About Mill Pond - Wareham
      Located in Plymouth County, Massachusetts

      Mill Pond, known locally as Agawam Mill Pond, is located in Plymouth County, Massachusetts. It is within the town of East Wareham, referred to as the Gate of Cape Cod.

      The closest urgent care center is Falmouth Hospital, 21 miles south in Falmouth, Massachusetts. The Boston Logan International Airport is 57 miles north in the state's capital.

      When coming into town, grab a bite to eat at one of the many fantastic restaurants in Wareham. Examples include Bailey's Surf N' Turf, Charlie's Place, Krua Thai II, and Shennanigans Bar & Grill.

      Fun on the Water

      Mill Pond has a total surface area of 148 acres and reaches a max depth of 13 feet. It offers over seven miles of shoreline, with many concrete and walk-in ramps. Canoeing, kayaking, boating, swimming, and fishing are all popular activities on Mill Pond.

      Fishing has become increasingly popular on Mill Pond as the lake has consistently produced outstanding largemouth bass. Along with largemouth bass, anglers will find bluegill, smallmouth bass, rainbow trout, pickerel, and more!

      What's Nearby?

      Nearby Water Wizz of Cape Cod is a fun place for the whole family! There are over 10 water rides for every level of thrill-seeker, ranging from a 76-foot free-fall slide to a kiddie park.

      The closest place to enjoy the white sands of Massachusetts is Onset Beach. Only three miles south, this popular beach offers concessions, lifeguards, and even special events in the summer.

      Visit Plymouth, Massachusetts

      Plymouth, Massachusetts, is around 20 miles north of Mill Pond. This town makes for a fantastic day trip as it is packed with history!

      Visit the Plymouth Rock Historic Landmark, a waterfront monument showcasing the storied rock where the Mayflower Pilgrims first landed in 1620.

      Check out the Mayflower ll, a full-scale replica of a 17th-century Pilgrim ship with exhibits and tours led by costumed guides.

      Another important spot in Plymouth is the Pilgrim Hall Museum, the oldest public museum in the U.S. Built in 1824, you can find archives of items from the early Pilgrims.

      Need some lunch in between stops at Plymouth? East Bay Grille, Dillon's Local, and Mamma Mia's of Plymouth Waterfront have you covered!

      Why Mill Pond?

      Mill Pond is an excellent choice for a lake home because of its large size, its location, and access to Plymouth and Boston.