Best Golf Courses Near Lakeville, MA
Getting its name from the dominant lakes, ponds, brooks and rivers in the area, Lakeville is a city of just under 12,000, located just north of Cape Cod. Freetown-Fall River State Forest and Massasoit State Park, which offers camping, hiking, fishing and swimming, are two of the most popular recreation areas is this part of the state. Many of the bodies of water are conservation areas. The Casual Swamp and Cedar Swamp, for example, are part of the Assonet Cedar Swamp Wildlife Management area and operated by the Massachusetts Audubon Society. Lakeville was also once the location for the Ted Williams Baseball camp, and the city has 31 cemeteries. There are also plenty of restaurants, pubs, theaters and other things to do, including golf courses in Lakeville. Poquoy Brook Golf Course, a 1964 Geoffrey Cornish design, is one popular public option in Lakeville, while the Brian Silva-designed Acushnet Valley River Course just south of Lakeville is very highly rated.