Located on the western edge of Gloucester’s Stage Fort Park, Cressy Beach overlooks Gloucester Harbor making it a great spot for relaxing, soaking up the sun, and taking in the sights.
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A 16-acre stretch of green space located on Beverly’s Atlantic shoreline, David S. Lynch Park is perfect for family outings, cookouts, and more.
With 5.48-acres of sandy waterfront, Devereux Beach is Marblehead’s most popular beach, as well as one of the most well-loved beaches on the North Shore.
Located right on the Gloucester-Rockport line, Folly Cove is one of Cape Ann’s most popular scuba diving spots, offering a great wall just outside of the cove and an abundance of sea life.
With its close proximity to downtown Rockport MA and a number of restaurants and shops, Sandy Bay’s Front Beach is the perfect hub for your family vacation.
Perfect for all ages, Half Moon Beach in Gloucester MA is a beautiful spot for your family beach vacation.
Known as the birthplace of the U.S. Navy, Beverly’s Independence Park is a lovely little park that features a commemorative plaque and an old cannon, as well as ocean access.
Protected by a scenic granite storm wall, Gloucester’s Lanes Cove is a popular spot for docking boats, snorkeling, scuba diving and kayaking.
True to its name, Long Beach offers up amazing views of the Atlantic and historic Thacher Island along its broad stretch of coastline that borders both Gloucester MA and Rockport MA.
Located just across the street from Endicott College, Beverly MA’s Mingo Beach is a quiet spot to unwind and let your stress slip away.