Beverly Beach Guide
Captivating and gorgeous, Beverly has many beaches that will make you return. Magnificent sunrises, vibrant sunsets, and all the time in between offer lots of relaxation and fun for the perfect day on one of the many beaches. Here are some of our favorites:
Dane Street Beach
93 Lothrop St.
Dane Street beach provides one of the city’s most popular playgrounds, which is newly refurbished. It features acres of open grass fields for fun activities. Limited, although free parking is available.
41 Lothrop Street
This beach is a local favorite, and you just might make friends with one of its nearby residents who often come to Independence park beach on their daily walk. Its small size makes it perfect for keeping an eye on the kids or sitting back and enjoying a good book. If you're an early riser, the sunrise at the beach is beautiful.
Lynch and Woodbury Beach
55 Ober St
These two fantastic beaches at Lynch Park guarantee a perfect day by the ocean. It is the ideal gathering place for family fun and reunions as it includes volleyball courts, a large playground, and many activities going on in the summer. A seasonal bathhouse and snack stand are available and accessible parking for residents.
145 Livingstone Ave.
Although less sandy than other beaches in the area, Obear Park Beach is a vibrant destination for swimmers and non-swimmers. Along with the scenic views of the Danvers river, this beach includes a playground, basketball, and tennis courts. An ideal destination for a nice summer day!
West Street Beverly Farms
West Beach is a local favorite; with over a mile long of blue waters and sandy beaches, this is the place to be on a hot summer day. Parking is limited to Beverly Farms residents, but the second you step onto this beach, you will not want to leave.
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