You can find a variety of accessible fishing spots in Massachusetts state parks. Accessible fishing spots can be accessible piers, docks, or natural shorelines. Contact the park for fish stocking and seasonal information.
Accessible docks and piers
Beartown State Forest, Monterey: An accessible pier runs along the edge of Benedict Pond. Accessible picnic tables, grills, and a seasonal restroom are nearby.
Carson Beach, South Boston: An accessible fishing pier close to an accessible picnicking area with views of Boston in a scenic area. Public transportation is available.
D.A.R. State Forest, Goshen: 3 accessible fishing docks are provided on Upper Highland lake. An accessible parking area and accessible trail are near the docks.
Dunn State Park, Gardner: 2 accessible fishing piers are provided. One pier is near the visitors center and beach, and the other is across the pond by Betty Springs Road.
Hopkinton State Park, Hopkinton: An accessible dock is provided.
Mt. Tom State Reservation, Holyoke: 2 accessible wooden fishing piers are located on Lake Bray. One pier is out in the open and has a bench, while the other is in the woods off of the accessible trail.
Nickerson State Park, Brewster: Fisherman's landing offers an accessible fishing pier.
Quinsigamond State Park at Regatta Point, Worcester: Fish from the accessible promenade.
Scusset Beach State Reservation, Sandwich: An accessible saltwater fishing pier is located on the Cape Cod Canal.
Wachusett Reservoir, West Boylston: An accessible fishing platform was added in 2017 on the Quinapoxet River, downstream of the dam. The platform is on the north side of River Road, near house number 100. Contact the Wachusett Reservoir headquarters if you need directions.