Quincy Shores Reservation
Details of Quincy Shores Reservation
Overview of Quincy Shores Reservation
The 2.3-mile beach at Quincy Shore Reservation is popular for its jogging & biking trail. Additionally, Caddy Park on the beach's southern end has more than 15 acres of fields and marsh, as well as a play area, lookout tower, and picnic tables. To the north is Moswetuset Hummock, a National Historic Site, which was in the 1600's a summer campsite for the Massachusett tribe. It's now a mix of woodland trails and marshland.
Hours for Quincy Shores Reservation
Dawn to dusk
Parking at Quincy Shores Reservation
Free on-site parking is available.
Activities at Quincy Shores Reservation
Moswetuset Hummock, a short loop trail offers views of Quincy Bay and Squantum Marsh.
All Activities at Quincy Shores Reservation
- Canoeing and kayaking
- Educational programs
Facilities at Quincy Shores Reservation
- Bathhouse - CLOSED to aid in the prevention of spreading COVID-19
- Boat ramp (car top) CLOSED to aid in the prevention of spreading COVID-19
- Picnic areas - CLOSED to aid in the prevention of spreading COVID-19
- Playgrounds - CLOSED to aid in the prevention of spreading COVID-19
Restrictions at Quincy Shores Reservation
- No dogs allowed on beach May 1st through September 15th
- No alcohol
- No litter