There are many beautiful towns and cities in the state of Massachusetts. Plymouth County in Massachusetts is home to some of the loveliest towns and cities. One of the most welcoming cities in this county is Marshfield. This is a relatively small city with a population of about 25,000 but this number rises to 40,000 during the summer as tourists pour in to enjoy the beautiful beaches. Marshfield MA consists of several quaint villages and towns including Green Harbor, Marshfield Hills, North Marshfield, Brant Rock, and Ocean Bluffs. There are many fun things that you can do throughout the year in all these villages and towns. Let us look at some of the fun and exciting things that you can do in Marshfield MA.
Marshfield city lies where Massachusetts Bay meets Cape Cod Bay. The city is located along the Atlantic coast, which means that there are many beautiful beaches to enjoy. Green Harbor Beach is one of the best beaches to visit in Marshfield MA. This is a long sandy beach located on Beach Street and Bay Avenue. You can access the beach using the boardwalk and there are lifeguards throughout. You need a resident parking sticker to park here and you can pay for parking at the Green Harbor Lobster Pound. Another lovely sandy beach is Rexhame Beach. The beach is located on Standish Street near Ocean Street where you will find a restaurant and some stores. Rexhame Beach has a snack bar, a basketball court, restrooms, picnic tables, and lifeguards. Other fun beaches in Marshfield MA are Brant Rock Beach along Rt. 139 and Humarock Beach, which has a restaurant, a convenient store, and an ice cream shop,
Marshfield MA has many outdoor recreational facilities and public parks where you can have all the fun that you want. Peter Igo Park on Marshall Avenue and Dyke Road has many recreational amenities including swings, picnic tables, lighted tennis courts, a lighted basketball court, an open field, and a bike rack. Tower Avenue Park is located on Colonial Road & Tower Avenue and it features a basketball court, an open file, a tee-ball field, a merry-go-round, picnic tables, and a bike rack. There is a Street Hockey/Basketball Complex on Forest Street & Furnace Street with two basketball courts and one street hockey rink. At Marshfield Hills Playground on Old Main Street at the fire station, there is a seesaw, picnic tables, an open field, a 1/2 basketball court, swings, and a bike rack. Other recreational facilities and public parks in Marshfield MA include Harbor Park on Joseph Driebeek Way, Recreation Center at Coast Guard Hill on Ferry Street, Rockwood Road Athletic Complex on Rockwood Road, and Wheeler Recreation Complex on Webster Street.
There are many fun dining and wing places in Marshfield MA. If you get hungry on the beach, you can get some chicken nuggets and fries at Green Harbor Lobster Pound at 131 Beach Street. Mama Mia’s at 928 Plain Street serves Italian food. For takeout and quick bites like pizzas, sandwiches, and desserts you can visit Pizzings, Cravings Cafe, or Famous Pizza, which are all located on Ocean Street. Mandarin Tokyo on Careswell Street is a Chinese and Japanese restaurant while The Ocean Deck on Dyke Road serves great seafood and American food.