Bob & LBF in the Morning

Bob & LBF in the Morning

Bob & LBF in the Morning

MALIBU, CALIFORNIA - AUGUST 24: Surfin Jack and Celebrity Dog Trainer Brandon McMillan pose for portrait while taping a segment for Pawsitive Impact, Amazon Pets and Treasure Truck’s First-Ever Virtual Livestream to Celebrate National Dog Day and Pawsitive Impact at Zuma Beach on August 24, 2020 in Malibu, California. Amazon Pets and Treasure Truck's Pawsitive Impact Virtual Livestream will air on August 26 at 10:00 a.m. PST / 1 p.m. EST. on Amazon Live. (Photo by Rodin Eckenroth/Getty Images)

Dogs love beaches!

They love the freedom of running in the soft sand and wading into the water and some love to jump right into the cold New England ocean water. The problem is, that for most popular Bay State beaches they are not very Dog Friendly.

Some beaches allow dogs to roam free in the off season and some allow dogs on during the summer months with a leash while some beaches let dogs on the beach year round.
We have checked out 11 great beaches that allow dogs on the beach either Off Season or All Season

Hit the Beach!

  • Crowes Reservation Beach, 100 S. St South Dennis

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    Leashed dogs are welcome on Crowes Reservation Beach from mid September up until Memorial Day. Dogs are not permitted at all during the summer.

  • Wingaersheek Beach, 1 Wauketa Rd. Gloucester

    Wingaersheek is dog-friendly on a seasonal basis. Unleashed dogs allowed on Wingaersheek Beach from October 1st to April 30th annually, only on odd-numbered days. Dogs are prohibited from May 1st to September 30th.

  • Plum Cove Beach, 1000 Washington St. Gloucester

    Plum Cove Beach is pet-friendly during certain months of the year. Dogs are Prohibited from May 1 to September 30th. During other times, dogs are permitted and they’re even allowed off-leash from October 1 to April 30. 

  • Nahant Beach, 128 Nahant Rd. Nahant

    Dogs are welcome on the Nahant Dog Beach from October 1st through March 31st as long as he is leashed. Dogs are strictly prohibited the rest of the year. However located at the public beach, the dog-friendly area is sectioned off from the main area by a causeway.

  • Singing Beach, 119 Beach St. Manchester-By-The -Sea

    Singing Beach welcomes licensed and vaccinated dogs from October 15 through April 14. There is a $5 per person walk-on fee charged from 9am to 5pm when the staff is on duty. Owners are asked to clean up after their dogs, keep an eye on them. Each person is allowed to bring two dogs with them to the Beach, and pets must be wearing collars with identification. it Website

  • Brant Point Beach, 39 Easton St. Nantucket

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    Your dog is welcome to join you at Brant Point Beach on-leash before 9am or after 5pm in summer, or anytime in off-season, but keep them away from the water as the current is strong.

  • Nauset Light Beach, 6 Nauset Light Beach Rd, Eastham

    Nauset Light Beach is a dog-friendly beach in Eastham, MA. This beach is part of the Cape Cod National Shore. Pets are welcome on-leash, even in the summer season, at this beautiful beachside park.Visit Website

  • Surfside Beach, Surfside Rd & Wern Ave, Nantucket,

     Your pooch is welcome to join you on-leash at Surfside Beach before 9am and after 5pm in summer, or anytime in the off-season.Visit Website

  • Herring Cove, 300 Province Lands Rd, Provincetown

    Herring Cove has miles of dog-friendly beaches to offer along the Massachusetts Bay side of Provincetown. Dogs must be leashed at all times.

  • Sandy Neck Beach, 425 Sandy Neck Rd, Barnstable

    Your pet can come with you to Sandy Neck Beach during the off-season (September 15 to May 15) as you explore one of the Cape’s most popular beaches. Dogs must be leashed at all times, unless they are actively swimming.

  • Dog Beach, 55 Commercial St, Provincetown

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    This small, sandy beach allows dogs off-leash, all year long and we’re glad to see this, after all it’s called DOG BEACH!

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