Robbins Pond

516 Pond St, East Bridgewater, MA 02333, USA

Owned By: Town of East Bridgewater, Town of Halifax

A warm-water pond in Halifax and East Bridgewater, suitable for fishing, swimming, paddling, and small boats. Gravel launch ramp.



This land is within the region of the Wampanoag tribe.

Robbins Pond is part of the Wampanoag Canoe Passage, a paddling route that extends from Scituate Harbor to Dighton Rock State Park.

Habitats and Wildlife

This 124-acre pond with brown-colored water and a sandy bottom has 1.7 miles of shoreline. Its average depth is 5-6 feet. Within the pond is the small, wooded Osceola Island.

Some of the fish observed here include: smallmouth bass, largemouth bass, yellow perch, bluegill, brown bullheads, shiners, chain pickerel, pumpkinseed, black crappie, white sucker, American eel, golden shiner, and white perch. Historically, the pond was a spawning site for herring that swam upstream from the Taunton River to the Satucket River. A Native American fishing weir was reported at its outlet.

Poor Meadow Brook rises from wetlands in North Hanson and joins with the Shumatuscacant River within Hanson’s Poor Meadow Brook Conservation Area. The stream continues to Robbins Pond in East Bridgewater, where it empties into the Satucket River, part of the Taunton River watershed.

516 Pond St, East Bridgewater, MA 02333, USA

Historic Site: No

Park: No

Beach: Yes

Boat Launch: Yes

Lifeguards: No

Size: 124 acre pond

Hours: Dawn to Dusk

Parking: Limited on-site parking lot, across the street.

Cost: Free

Trail Difficulty: Easy


Gravel boat ramp. Small sandy beach.

Dogs: Dogs must remain on leash. Scoop the poop!

Boat Ramp: Yes

ADA Access: No

Scenic Views: Yes

Waterbody/Watershed: Poor Meadow Brook (Taunton River watershed)

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