• North Scituate Beach
    Scituate MA, 02066

About North Scituate Beach in Scituate, MA

North Scituate Beach is a sandy neighborhood beach located at the eastern end of Gannett Road. There is very limited parking at the historic gate entrance (and you will need a Town-issued parking sticker from Memorial Day to Labor Day) and no parking on adjacent side streets. The beach is amazing at low tide with ample room for sunbathing and walks. At low tide, however, you’ll be a bit squeezed looking for dry sand. There are no lifeguards or bathroom facilities.

Fun Things to Do in North Scituate Beach

  • Surfing: North Scituate Beach is known for its good surfing conditions. The waves are typically small to moderate, making it a good place for beginners and experienced surfers alike.
  • Fishing: North Scituate Beach is a popular spot for fishing. Anglers can fish from the shore or from a boat.
  • Swimming: Swimming is a popular option, but be mindful of conditions with no lifeguards nearby.
  • Sunbathing and picnicking: North Scituate Beach is a great place to relax and enjoy the sun and sand. Visitors can also pack a picnic and enjoy a meal by the water.

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