The following facilities across the state were built by the Office of Fishing and Boating Access to provide accessible fishing for people with disabilities.

The barrier-free access areas are listed by MassWildlife District and by town. As more of these facilities are built, they will be added to this list.

Barrier Free (Handicapped) Fishing Facilities
DistrictTownWaterbodyLocationFacility Type *
WesternPittsfieldOnota LakeBurbank ParkFishing Pier
WesternCheshireCheshire LakeFarnham RoadFishing Platform
ValleyHollandHamilton ReservoirLeno RoadFishing Pier
ValleyLudlowSpringfield ReservoirRoute 21Fishing Pier
ValleyOrangeLake RohuntaEagleville RdFishing Platform
ValleySouthwickCongamond LakesGrove StFishing Pier
ValleyWareWare RiverChurch StFishing Platform
CentralSturbridgeLong PondChampeaux RdFishing Platform
NortheastHaverhillLake PentucketStanley DriveFishing Platform
NortheastNorth ReadingIpswich RiverCentral StreetShorefishing Area
NortheastTownsendSquannacook RiverOld Meetinghouse RdShorefishing Area
NortheastWeymouthWhitmans PondMiddle StreetFishing Platform
NortheastWilmingtonSilver LakeGrove AvenueFishing Pier
SoutheastBrewsterSchoolhouse PondRoute 6AFishing Platform
SoutheastPlymouthLong PondClark RoadShorefishing Area
SoutheastWareham**Wareham RiverRoute 6Fishing Pier
SoutheastYarmouth**Bass RiverSouth StreetFishing Pier
SoutheastYarmouth**Parker RiverRoute 28Fishing Pier

*Facility Types:

SHORE FISHING AREA--Minimally improved property providing shore fishing access on fresh or salt water.

FISHING PIER: Pier over the water providing fishing area for recreational anglers - barrier free.

FISHING PLATFORM: Platform built on a bank or shore but does not extend over the water.

**=Coastal (Saltwater) Access is managed by the Division of Marine Fisheries