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Lakeville, MA

Lakeville, settled in 1702, is an inland town on the Plymouth-Bristol county boundary.

The town of 36.14 square miles is a rural community still showing significant agricultural character with some suburban development. Residents are very proud of the community’s continuing beauty and enjoy using the Long Pond recreational area, which offers traditional summer sports as well as ice skating, ice boarding and ice fishing. The woodlands surrounding the town’s lakes provide hiking and picnicking opportunities.

Did you know?

Lakeville was been dubbed “one the best places to live” in Massachusetts by Boston Magazine, which depicted how the local amenities and ponds of the town make it a great place to live.