Gray’s Beach Park

Grays Beach Rd, Kingston, MA 02364, USA



Owned By: Town of Kingston

Town park and small beach with playground, athletic courts, paved walking loop, picnic area, and seasonal restrooms. Open to the public year-round. Resident ($15) and non-resident ($30) parking stickers required from April through October.




The park features a playground, a picnic area, numerous benches, a large grassy area with a small stage, basketball and tennis courts, a paved, 0.25-mile walking loop, and a sandy beach with a small boardwalk. Train enthusiasts might appreciate watching the MBTA Commuter Rail pass by. Restrooms are open 9am-5pm in season (April-October), and weather permitting.

This is Kingston’s only public beach. To purchase a parking sticker, visit this link.

Trail Description

A wheelchair-accessible, 0.25-mile walking loop extends around the grassy area and along the edge of the beach.

Habitats and Wildlife

The grassy park, dotted with cedar, pine and maple trees, offers ocean frontage and a broad view of Kingston Bay.

Grays Beach Rd, Kingston, MA 02364, USA

Historic Site: No

Park: Yes

Beach: Yes

Boat Launch: No

Lifeguards: In season.

Size: 6.5 acres

Hours: Dawn to Dusk

Parking: Ample on-site parking, sticker required April-October.

Cost: Open to the public year-round. Parking sticker required April-October.

Trail Difficulty: Easy


Fenced-in playground, shaded picnic areas and picnic tables, numerous benches, small stage, tennis and basketball courts, boardwalk, sandy beach, seasonal restrooms, 0.25-mile walking loop, trash receptacles.

Dogs: Leashed dogs allowed on grass area and walkways only

Boat Ramp: No

ADA Access: Yes

Scenic Views: Yes

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