Marion, MA, USA

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Marion, MA, USA

Marion vacation rentals

New England seaside charm in Marion

Discover quintessential New England in Marion, a small seaside town in southeastern Massachusetts. Spend days strolling down tree-lined streets admiring the elegant Capes and Colonials houses that sit proudly beyond white picket fences. Or feel the wind on your face as you sail across the brilliant blue waters of Buzzards Bay _ this town is a world away from the hustle and bustle of daily life. Whether you choose a cozy cottage in the village center or opt for a home with sweeping ocean views, a Marion vacation rental is perfect for enjoying a little downtime with family and friends.

Get out on the water near Marion

Homes near the waterfront won't place you too far from a view of the boats bobbing on Sippican Harbor, although a closer look can often be enjoyed from the Beverly Yacht Club. This landmark spot, which dates all the way back to 1872, is known for its family-friendly vibe and biannual Marion to Bermuda yacht race. Should the temptation to get out on the water win you over, boat rentals are easy to come by at nearby Mattapoisett Boatyard. Failing that, a little open-water swimming at Clarks Cove or Nasketucket Bay should hit the spot nicely.

Fun for all ages around Marion

If you're traveling with kids, a trip to Buttonwood Park Zoo is a must. Considered one of America's finest small zoos, this family hotspot lies within a 30-minute drive of most Marion vacation rentals. There are no lions and tigers but black bears make an appearance, as do Asian elephants and American bison. Adults-only break? Skip the zoo and find a new favorite tipple instead. You'll find destinations such as Cape Cod Winery and the Running Brook Vineyard and Winery are just a scenic road trip away from most Marion rentals.

Experience fabulous fall in Marion

Sunny days over the summer, when temperatures soar to the 80s, can offer an idyllic background to a stay in Marion. That said, you wouldn't be the only traveler to come here seeking the sun. For some people, anywhere in New England can feel a little too crowded during July and August, so you may wish to wait until the fall months of September and October. You'll be dealing with fewer people and less traffic but will still enjoy pleasant temperatures amid the famous New England foliage. You may even land yourself a great deal on a Marion vacation rental.

Discover acres of seashore near Marion

Buzzards Bay is the star attraction here and with so many ways to enjoy the water, you'll be spoiled for choice between paddling through secluded coves aboard a kayak, and letting a chartered yacht captain do all the leg work. Should you fancy a change of scenery, this part of the world never leaves you short of options. Most of the beaches in Marion are a resident-only kind of deal but there's no need to stress when the almost 50,000 glorious acres that make up the Cape Cod National Seashore can be reached in under 2 hours.