Beaches

Brant Rock Beach

3 South St, Marshfield, MA 02050, USA

781-831-1563, 781-536-2500 x. 294

https://www.marshfieldpolice.org/marshfield-beaches

Owned By: Town of Marshfield

Public beach with seasonal lifeguards and restrooms. Resident and non-resident parking. Located at the intersection of Ocean Street and Dyke Road.

Note: Visit https://www.marshfieldpolice.org/marshfield-beaches to read about COVID-19 restrictions.

Features

The following items/activities are prohibited: alcoholic beverages, littering, glass, fires, unleashed dogs, camping, dressing/undressing, power boats, water skiing, jet skiing, diving from jetty. Raft/float use is subject to safety orders from lifeguards.

Trail Description

No trails. This beach features a jetty and a rocky outcropping that are accessible at all tides. Space on the beach itself is very limited during higher tides. Also, from the Brant Rock Esplanade, there is access to the Harbor Walk. A spur trail connects it to Joseph Driebeek Road. From there, to the left, the Harbor Walk extends to Harbor Park and the Marshfield Town Pier. To the right, it connects to the Brant Rock Beach parking area, Peter Igo Park, and the Green Harbor Marina.

3 South St, Marshfield, MA 02050, USA

Historic Site: No

Park: No

Beach: Yes

Boat Launch: No

Lifeguards: Lifeguards 9:30am-4:15pm, Memorial Day through Labor Day.

Hours: Dawn to dusk.

Parking: Resident sticker parking and non-resident day passes ($10/$15) along Hewitts Point seawall and in parking lot on Dyke Road.

Cost: Beach access is free. Parking may carry a fee.

Trail Difficulty: Easy

Facilities:

Restrooms are located across the street, at the Comfort Station. They are open seasonally from 9:30am to 4:15pm.

Dogs: Dogs must remain on leash.

Boat Ramp: No

ADA Access: No

Scenic Views: Yes

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