After living in Massachusetts for 15 years and consistently being surprised by the outdoor recreation resources of the South Shore, our founder opened South Shore Outdoors.
The vision for South Shore Outdoors is two-part:
Starting with our hikes and Trail Ranger program, we will be providing a variety of products and services that span demographics, interests, and intensities.
From guided activities to backyard wildlife viewing, signature retail items to used equipment, and trip consulting to custom group outings, we provide high-quality products and services for small user groups. We're looking forward to a future of helping South Shore residents and visitors make outdoor recreation and enjoyment part of their regular routines.
Keep an eye out in the coming months as we launch new offerings. Like us on Facebook for updates.
South Shore Outdoors is designed to go where the recreation and enjoyment is happening. We'll meet you at the trail head with everything you need for a hike. We'll come to your backyard to talk about wildlife viewing and other enjoyment. We'll come meet with you, your family, or your group to customize a trip to your needs. Maintaining a mobile business helps us to be nimble so we can offer a better and more convenient mix of products and services for you.
Outdoor recreation and enjoyment depend on public lands. We work hard to coordinate with and support South Shore municipalities. South Shore Outdoors believes that our activities should leave the outdoors as healthy as we found them, if not healthier. On our hikes we pick up trash and dog feces left behind by others. We volunteer time to maintain trails. Leave no trace principles are at the heart of our activities.
The face of conservation is changing. We believe private business should be a mechanism to sustain and protect public lands. We plan our activities to not only provide great services for our customers, but also to give back to South Shore communities. We hope that our services will bring more visitors to the South Shore, better maintained public lands, increased resident access to outdoor recreation & enjoyment, and tax payer savings.