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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.

Lanes Cove - Atlantic Ocean and Storm Wall, Gloucester, MA

Protected by a scenic granite storm wall, Gloucester’s Lanes Cove is a popular spot for docking boats, snorkeling, scuba diving and kayaking.

Long Beach - View of Beach and Cottages, Rockport, MA

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 and Rockport.

Magnolia Woods, Gloucester, MA - View of Soccer Fields

Gloucester’s 25-acre Magnolia Woods are home to seven soccer fields and a softball field, making it a perfect location for an impromptu game of Wiffle ball, soccer, or any sport requiring open space.

Masconomo Park, Manchester, MA - Playground

Adjacent to Manchester-by-the-Sea’s harbor, Masconomo Park features a community bandstand, little league baseball field, children’s playground and a large number of seating areas, both in the park proper and overlooking the harbor.

Marblehead’s Memorial Park is a small .32-acre parcel of land honoring the Marblehead residents who died at war.

Millbrook Meadow - Bench overlooking ocean, Rockport, MA

Located across the street from Rockport’s Front Beach, Mill Brook Meadow Park is a lovely little area that is perfect for picnicking, relaxing, and feeding the occasional duck.

Mingo Beach, Beverly, MA

Located just across the street from Endicott College, Beverly’s Mingo Beach is a quiet spot to unwind and let your stress slip away.

Niles Beach - View of Beach, Gloucester, MA

From the mansions dotting Gloucester’s Eastern Point to the silhouette of Boston directly across the horizon, few beaches can match the raw beauty of the views one gets while at Niles Beach.

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