Within 10 minutes from The Salt Marshes, you can purchase fresh fish and enjoy a sea-to-table meal! Watch our local fishermen bring in their catch in the beautiful harbors of Scituate and Cohasset. Scituate Harbor is home to many local fishermen and the Scituate town pier is a wonderful place to watch and learn. If Where’s the fish?

Looking for a fun off-season day trip out of Scituate?  Consider visiting Provincetown on the very tip of Cape Cod. While we wouldn’t recommend enduring Cape traffic during the summer, it’s an easy off-season drive. Provincetown is historic, quirky and fun.  The Pilgrims originally landed in Provincetown in 1620, before settling in Plymouth.  The Mayflower Visit Provincetown

The Minot Beach area of Scituate, Massachusetts has some of the most enjoyable kayaking and standup paddle board options on the South Shore.  Whether you are a guest staying at the Salt Marshes at Treasure island or a Scituate resident launching from the Minot Beach kayak launch, you can enjoy a variety of paddling environments; World Class Kayaking from our Backyard

For a different view of Boston & Boston harbor, consider taking the ferry from Hewitt’s Cove in Hingham to Long Wharf in Boston.  The ferry terminal is off 3A in Hingham, behind Trader Joe’s, Bed, Bath & Beyond, etc.  It’s about 25-30 minutes from the house. Enter 28 Shipyard Drive, Hingham into your GPS. Parking in the Boston

Breakfast is such an important meal of the day and there are a few wonderful spots in the Cohasset Village that will fuel you for the morning, all just a five-minute drive from Treasure Island. Dine in, sit on Main Street to watch folks pass by, or take your treats and sit by beautiful Cohasset Breakfast Your Jam?