Revere Beach Reservation

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Historic site

Details of Revere Beach Reservation

Overview of Revere Beach Reservation

Located just North of Boston, Revere Beach was the first public beach established in the United States. Visitors can walk Revere Boulevard, which runs parallel to the beach. The T's Blue Line offers service between Revere Beach and downtown Boston, too.

Hours for Revere Beach Reservation

Dawn to dusk


Sunday - Saturday:
7:00 am-5:00 pm

Parking at Revere Beach Reservation

  • There is a 4-hour parking limit, and No Parking 9AM-10AM on Revere Beach Blvd. from Eliot Circle to #320 Revere Beach Blvd Revere Street. (as posted).
  • There is no parking 10PM-7AM on the east/ocean side of Revere Beach Blvd. from Revere Street to Carey Circle (as posted).
  • There is no parking during posted street sweeping dates/times.
  • There is no parking during declared snow emergencies.

Parking on Ocean Ave, and on the west/inland side of Revere Beach Blvd (from Revere Street to Carey Circle) is Resident Permit Parking Only.

Please observe all posted signs.

Activities at Revere Beach Reservation

Man fishing


There are miles of coastline for you to fish. Please remember that a fishing license is required to fish anywhere in Massachusetts.
Two boys swimming with googles on


Cool off in Atlantic Ocean.

All Activities at Revere Beach Reservation

  • Fishing
  • Educational programs
  • Swimming

Facilities at Revere Beach Reservation

  • Athletic fields
  • Bandstand
  • First aid
  • Historic sites
  • Info booth
  • Lifeguard - weekends 5/28 to 6/18, 7 days 6/19 - Labor Day
  • Pavilion
  • Playground
  • Restroom
  • Weddings

Accessibility at Revere Beach Reservation

Restrictions at Revere Beach Reservation

  • Sections of the beach are sometimes closed due to Piping Plover nesting.
  • No dogs allowed from April to mid-September.
  • No alcohol
  • No litter 
  • No fires

More info for Revere Beach Reservation

Lifeguards on duty from late June to early September.

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