Photo by South Shore Hiking Trails.
Towns in the Weir River Watershed:
Plymouth River/Crooked Meadow River
Fulling Mill Brook
What's happening in the
Weir River watershed? Click here to find out!
Organizations working in the Weir River Watershed:
Environmental Concerns for the Weir River
What Are People Saying?
“Most challenging thing about working on the Weir River is the public has little appreciation for it so it is not high on the list of things to be concerned about. The river suffers from no and low flows due to over withdrawals in the summertime but it is not something that people see the impacts of or seemingly care about preventing.”
“My favorite memory of the Weir River is paddle boarding at dawn on an incoming tide and seeing an eagle and an osprey on the same trip!”
- Samantha Woods
Weir River Activities
As a class B river, the Weir River is safe for recreational activities, including swimming.
Walk, Hike, Bike
Walking, hiking, and biking locations:
Whitney and Thayer Woods (Cohasset) near the Weir River Farm has multiple hiking trails that are publicly accessible.
World's End Park (Hingham) has trails for exploring. For more information, refer to the Swimming section.
Check out the South Shore Hiking Trails webpage for lists of accessible trails in the South Shore region.
Paddling is permitted on the Weir River. For paddling locations and more, check out the
Weir River Paddle Guide & Map for Recreational Use.
Boating & Sailing
Please contact us with any information about boating the Weir River.
Click here for a map of more fishing locations along the Weir River and in the watershed.
For information about Weir River fish, check out this article by the Weir River Watershed Association and the Weir River Estuary Park Committee.