"NAUSET MARSH is one of the most beautiful places in Massachusetts for paddling serene, unspoiled, and protected water. Amid abundant bird and marine life, kayakers find sweeping vistas of low islands, narrow blue channels, and high green bluffs.
The area’s beauty more than makes up for its frustrating hydrography. The fall of the tides exposes sandbars and raises wide islands of waving cordgrass, making navigation a challenge in this largely unmarked area. It is very easy to get lost in the maze, and a walk is likely at low tide. Regardless, the rewards of paddling this quiet, special spot far outweigh the difficulties. Attractions: Bird-watching, unspoiled vistas, Cape Cod National Seashore’s Salt Pond Visitor Center and trails."