Plymouth Beach is a barrier beach approximately three miles in length. Recreational activities include swimming, walking, picnicking, and fishing.
During the early spring and summer season, portions of the beach are home to a wide variety of shorebirds, several species of which are protected as Endangered Species under state and federal law. Certain recreational activities are affected during the nesting season. Plymouth Beach offers the most beautiful yet fragile section of Plymouth’s coastline.
Take Rt. 3A south from Plymouth Center, about 2.5 miles. The Beach entrance is on your left just after passing Plimoth Patuxet Museums (137 Warren Ave). Restrooms and Sandy’s Restaurant are located on the beach. There are signs posted regarding the area dogs are allowed in. No lifeguards after Labor Day.
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136 Warren Avenue, Plymouth, MA, USA