Bourne Information

 

Bourne Information

The Town of Bourne is a medium-sized rural community at the gateway to Cape Cod. The Cape Cod Canal bisects the community, with both the Bourne and the Sagamore bridges, and the lift railroad bridge all located in Bourne. The canal is well known for its superb sport fishing, and for carrying ships flying the flags of all nations. The Bourne Scenic Park campground is located beneath the Bourne Bridge and is a perfect vacation location for those seeking to enjoy the canal. Bourne has numerous quiet harbors and inlets for boating and sunbathing, and the shellfishing in the area is particularly enticing.  Bourne is a quiet community without the summer tourist crush experienced by some of the other Cape communities. The annual Bourne Scallop Festival, which is held in early September each year, brings visitors from across the nation.

Town Location

Southeastern Massachusetts, at the beginning of Cape Cod. Bordered by Plymouth on the north, the Atlantic Ocean on the northeast, Sandwich on the east, Falmouth on the south, and Buzzards Bay on the west. Bourne is 35 miles east of Fall River, 57 miles southeast of Boston, and 233 miles from New York City. Town offices are located at 24 Perry Avenue, Buzzards Bay, MA 02532. The Main number is 508-759-0600

Name Address Telephone Town/Village Description
Aptucxet Trading Post Museum 24 Aptucxet Rd 508-759-9487 Bourne No Description Available
Baker School Of Dance 12 Wallace Ave 508-759-2898 Bourne No Description Available
Bananas Inc 3029 Cranberry Hwy 508-291-0005 Bourne No Description Available
Bay View Campground 260 MacArthur Blvd. (508) 759-7610 Bourne  
Bourne Community Access Tv 75 Waterhouse Rd 508-759-6763 Bourne No Description Available
Bourne Historcal Ctr. & Archive 30 Keene St 508-759-6928 Bourne No Description Available
Bourne Society Historic House 22 Sandwich Rd 508-759-6120 Bourne No Description Available
Buttonwood Park Zoo 425 Hawthorn Street 508-991-4556 x12 New Bedford Newly renovated, $10.5 million zoo on beautiful 10-acre site features "Berkshires to the Sea" collection theme, Asian elephants and Buttonwood Farm. Take a 200-mile journey through deep forests, cold mountain streams, windswept salt marshes and ocean beaches. Explore the rich and diverse wildlife and habitat of New England. Encounter black bears, mountain lions, bobcats, river otters, bald eagles and more. Bear's Den Cafe and North Woods Gift Store open daily. Pony rides available on seasonal basis. Daily zookeepers talks and animal demonstrations. Located 30 minutes from Cape Cod Canal and only three minutes off Exit 13A on I-195. Open seven days a week from 10 am to 5 pm. Admission: $4 adults, $2 children. For more information, call (508) 991-6178 or visit us at www.bpzoo.org.
Cape Cod Paintball 160 MacArthur Blvd. 508-759-5130 Bourne No Description Available
Cart Land of Cape Cod 3044 Cranberry Highway 508-295-8360 East Wareham Cartland has two cart tracks, bumper boats, mini golf, boxing robots, batting cages and much more. Directions, details, pricing and coupons at the web site.