The Salem Harbor Walk is a 1,100-ft. path that runs parallel to the South River and encompasses space near the Congress Street Bridge and area along Peabody and Lafayette Streets.

At the entrance of the walk on New Derby Street, near the Beverly Co-op Bank, there is a small plaza that greets visitors with benches, signage, and a great view of the South River.

Things to Do:

  • Walk the dog
  • Have a picnic
  • Go for a run
  • Bask in the Sun
  • Take in the view
  • Enjoy Art & Culture
  • Enjoy nature

What you will find:

  • Exhibit/interpretive signage
  • Public Art
  • Public Performances
  • Playgrounds

More Information:

Salem Partnership Website

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