Just minutes away from our Harbor hotel, you can explore or relax on any of our five beautiful East Coast New England beaches. Complimentary beach passes are available for our guests at the front desk.
Scituate is a wonderful small community inviting its guests to choose from a wide array of leisure activities, including paddle boarding, surfing, sunset cruises and deep sea fishing. Scituate contains approximately 21 square miles of waterways, and features five beaches, four rivers, and a big sheltered harbor. Scituate’s recreational boating season starts on May 15th and ends on October 15th. All the Scituate beaches listed below are open to the public year-round, from dusk till dawn, and guarantee plenty of fun under the hot summer sun.
While these beaches are open to the general public, guests must buy a beach sticker from the Town Hall.
Beach parking passes are required for the parking lots. Weekly renters can get a 7 day parking pass at the Town Hall. The town offers $20.00 day passes to Peggotty Beach on Tuesdays & Thursdays.
If you’re planning on spending quality time on one of these beaches, make sure you plan your stay with us. At Inn at Scituate, all our services and accommodation options have been designed with your convenience and comfort in mind. Book one of our rooms today for a wonderful home away from home experience just miles away from your favorite Scituate beaches.
Peggotty beach is very popular Families, college kids, teens, young couples, all come here to have some fun in the sun. The water is protected which makes it a safe place to swim or wade. The sand is coarse but the water is on the warmer side. This beach is full of energy.
This Massachusetts beach is an exposed beach break that has consistent surf and can work at any time of the year. Ideal winds are from the west.
Located in Scituate near the Cohasset border. This Cape Cod small sandy beach features scenic views of its namesake lighthouse.
Located on the border of Scituate and Marshfield, Humarock beach has small rocks above the high tide line and sand below it during some of the months. During the summer months the sandy area expands to cover most of the beach. At low tide there are wonderful sand bars for kids to explore.
This is a small beach that is community oriented. Most people who go to this beach live close by in one of the detailed saltboxes or nearby cottages. There is not a lot of room as the tide creeps up but the beach is always tranquil and picturesque.