Nickerson State Park is a 1,900-acre (770 ha) state park located on Cape Cod near Brewster, Massachusetts. Nickerson's sandy soil and scrub pines surround many kettle ponds which are dependent on groundwater and precipitation. The largest of these are Cliff Pond (the largest at 0.7 miles (1.1 km) across), Flax Pond, Little Cliff Pond, and Higgins Pond. Ruth Pond, Keeler's Pond, Eel Pond and Triangle Pond provide additional water habitats.
Camping: The park offers more than 400 campsites including cabins and yurts.
Trails: In addition to 8 miles (13 km) of roads, the state park has trails for hiking, cross-country skiing, horseback and mountain bike riding, and an 8-mile (13 km) bicycle path that connects to the Cape Cod Rail Trail.
Fishing: Cliff, Flax, Little Cliff, and Higgins ponds are stocked yearly with trout.
Other facilities include a boat ramp, lakes for canoeing and swimming, showers, interpretive programs, and an amphitheater.
There are also wheelchair-accessible beaches, camping, fishing and picnicking facilities and restrooms.