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Preston Beach
Atlantic Ave & Beach Bluff Ave, Swampscott, MA 01907
Preston Beach is a public beach that is open to the public year-round. Swimming is allowed but there is no lifeguard onMore duty.
Fisherman's Beach
Humphrey St & Greenwood Ave, Swampscott, MA 01907
Fisherman's Beach is home to the historic Fish House, built in the 1890s to replace fish shanties, and now listed on theMore National Register of Historic Landmarks. Local lobstermen still use the Fish House and the Swampscott Yacht Club meets on its second floor. Fisherman's Beach includes a pier, and a sandy beach where visitors spread blankets and enjoy the day during the summer. The beach looks upon Nahant Bay, where moored and anchored boats roll upon incoming and outgoing tides. Above the beach is a grassy area where memorials and monuments invite inspection and contemplation. The town offers sailing programs at the beach. Swimmers brave the Atlantic's chilly temperatures here.
King's Beach
Humphrey St & Monument Ave, Swampscott, MA 01907
King's Beach extends along the shore  from Swampscott to Lynn. The walkway above the beach is a popular spot forMore those who enjoy salty air and a seaside view with their stroll. You can also take a seat in one of the benches along the walkway and relax. Swimming is allowed at the beach, but not boating. No lifeguard is posted here.
The Beach Club
70 Shepard Ave, Swampscott, MA 01907
Established in 1928, The Beach Club is a private recreational facility open to members only. Amenities include aMore clubhouse, water slides, tennis courts, sports courts, fields and much more. The waterfront property is an ideal location to spend the summer months. The Beach Club's Tennis Center may be reached on a separate line. Create an account on the website to learn more.
Phillips Beach
Ocean Ave & Shepard Ave, Swampscott, MA 01907
Follow the small panel boardwalk  to the beach where the stones range in color from a purpleish reds to lightMore greys.  Watch the fishermen cast for striped bass from the beach. Lifeguards are on duty during the summer to watch over the swimmers. Make sure to park on the ocean side of Ocean Avenue between the signs.
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