Totaling 3,100 acres, the Scarborough Marsh is the largest salt water marsh in the state and can be explored by foot or canoe.
Scarborough Marsh provides a livelihood for clam diggers, a classroom for school children, a laboratory for biologists, prime territory for fishermen and hunters, and a fascinating, ever-changing world for naturalists, especially birders. Every spring and summer more than 10,000 people begin their journey into the marsh at Scarborough Marsh Audubon Center. Kayaks and canoes are available for rent and guided tours by trained naturalists are offered. Click here for more information.