Gray’s Beach Boardwalk

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Gary’s Beach Boardwalk is located right on the Yarmouth/Dennis town line. This is a very unique place on the Cape that has something to offer for everyone. The most well-known feature of this beach is its amazing boardwalk that spans far out over the marshes. For those who like to kayak/paddleboard, there is a small boat launch where you can launch from and paddle throughout all the channels leading out into the ocean. This is a very popular sunset spot so if you plan on driving be mindful of parking and come early. Another side note is the bugs, sadly this place is filled with tones of small mosquitoes that are quite annoying but definitely manageable. Finally, for those who want to make the hike out to the ocean at low tide (big tide change) be cautious of the rising water when the tide is coming in. It is very common for people to walk far out and the time they start coming back in the water has already beat them and they end up having to take a swim.

Be sure to check out Chapins Memorial Beach, Sandy Neck Light, and Quivett Creek nearby.

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  • Address: 400 Center St
  • Town: Yarmouth Port
  • State: Massachusetts
  • GPS: Lat 41.72203 Lng -70.23411
  • Parking notes: There are about 70 parking spots at Gary’s Beach Boardwalk. Parking is free during the off-season. During the summer, there is a fee for visitors who are not residents of Yarmouth. As of 2021, parking is $20 per day.
  • Parking directions: HERE
  • Location directions: HERE

1 review for Gray’s Beach Boardwalk

  1. Jeremy

    Two snaps from Grays Beach in Yarmouth Friday before the hurricane remnants moved in. The boardwalk (suitable for all levels) to the viewing platform is restored now, and you can park for free at the end of Center Street. There is a small sandy beach as well.

    Image #1 from Jeremy
    Image #2 from Jeremy
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