Duxbury beach is one of the most beautiful and accessible beaches in Massachusetts. This family-friendly beach extends from Marshfield down to where it reaches parts of Plymouth. [More…]


Come out to enjoy a sunset and the final days of warm weather! [See Details and Hours]

Comfort & Sanitation

The Duxbury Beach Park Pavillion offers restrooms. Our facilities are open from 9:00am to 8:00pm and are located on the side of the building nearest the parking lot.


2021 parking season continues this Fall, weather permitting  ($20 per car – cash only). You do not need a beach sticker to park here. All are welcome! PLEASE have your CASH READY when approaching our parking attendant. [More…]

*** Because we cannot guarantee the availability of the Powder Point Bridge, please access Duxbury Beach Park via Canal Street in Marshfield (see Directions).

Beach Conditions & Information

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Beach Park Hours:

9:00 am – 8:00 pm daily
(weather permitting)

Beach Parking:

$20.00 per car – cash only
(no sticker necessary)

News & Updates

Thank you for a great 2019 Summer Season at Duxbury Beach Park and Blakemans. We’ll be open through Monday, September 2, 2019. Be sure to join us again before the season ends! We look forward to seeing you in 2020!...

We were very proud to discover that we received a shout-out in Vogue's recent travel article about Duxbury - "A Summer Seaside Weekend in Duxbury, New England’s Best-Kept Secret"...

Film crews will be here over the next couple of weeks to film scenes for the new indie film “Altar Rock”. We will be open for business-as-usual, but you may notice film crews, sets and wardrobe trailers around Duxbury Beach Park....

Frequently Asked Questions

Do I need a beach sticker to park here?

Duxbury Beach Park only offers daily parking ($20 per car). You do not need a beach sticker to park here. All are welcome!

Beach stickers are, however, available for other parts of Duxbury Beach but must be purchased through Duxbury Town Hall.

What's the best way to get there?

Duxbury Beach Park is best accessed by going through Marshfield and taking Canal Street to Gurnet Road in Duxbury. You may also visit our Directions page for driving directions.

How is the water quality?

Our water quality is excellent. The Massachusetts Bureau of Environmental Health has five testing stations in Duxbury, with one right here at Duxbury Beach Park. Historically, even when other beaches in Duxbury have had high bacteria levels, our bacteria levels have remained low.

For more information about water testing, visit the Massachusetts Bureau of Environmental Health website.


None of the following are permitted at Duxbury Beach Park: