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The northeastern continuation of Gloucester's Good Harbor Beach is narrower, backed by a concrete seawall, but still an inviting crescent of salt water-washed sand.




Good Harbor Beach is the wider and prettier of Gloucester's two in-town beaches, but Long Beach is where to go if Good Harbor is too crowded, or if its parking lot is full.

Long Beach, which starts where Good Harbor ends (at its northeast end), has its own private parking lots charging about $25 per day, per car. Follow MA Route 127A

As at Good Harbor, you should not expect to find a parking place on the street or otherwise near the beach. Every street and other available place bears scary signs about fines and towing.

You can actually get to Long Beach via CATA Red Line public buses. More...


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