Explore the beautiful beaches and warm waters of Falmouth. The town’s public beaches include an inland freshwater pond and miles of sandy shoreline that hug the coasts of Buzzards Bay and Vineyard Sound.

Bristol Beach – Menauhant Rd. Quiet spot in Falmouth Heights overlooking Vineyard Sound. Beach sticker required for parking

Chapoquoit Beach – Chapoquoit Rd. Secluded; a favorite among families and windsurfers. Beach sticker required for parking

Falmouth Heights Beach – Grand Ave. One of the longest and most popular beaches in town. Parking is limited and beach sticker is required

Grew’s Pond Beach – Gifford St. Located in Goodwill Park off Gifford Street this is a fresh water pond with a nice sandy beach. Volleyball courts and barbeque grills. No sticker required

Megansett Beach – County Rd. Small beach in Megansett Harbor – parking limited and beach sticker required

Menauhant Beach – Menauhant Rd. The longest beach in Falmouth, located on Vineyard Sound, is divided into an east and west side by a tidal stream that connects Bournes Pond to Vineyard Sound. Beach sticker required, or a one-day fee of $10

Old Silver Beach – Quaker Rd. Overlooks Buzzard Bay, features soft sand, sand bars and shallow water. Season sticker or daily entry fee of $20

Stoney Beach – Gosnold Rd. Located in Woods Hole Village – parking limited and beach sticker required

Surf Drive – Surf Drive Rd. Close walk to Falmouth Center – picturesque views of Martha’s Vineyard and Nobska Light – beach sticker required or a one-day fee of $15 or $10, fee paid at Mill Pond

Wood Neck Beach – off Sippewissett Rd. Shallow, bay-side waters. Ideal for families with children – beach sticker required

Additional Information: Town of Falmouth Beach Department http://www.falmouthmass.us/


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