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Singing Beach

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mishywishy2016 wrote a review Aug 2020
San Diego, California79 contributions36 helpful votes
I come from a part of the country where the coast line belongs to the residents of the entire state and is accessible to everyone at all times. This beach was closed off to everyone unless you were a resident of the community. It feels wrong, but its not my fight. I guess only the wealthy get to go to the beach.
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Date of experience: August 2020
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barbara r wrote a review Jan 2020
Hopkinton, Massachusetts50 contributions26 helpful votes
We visited Singing Beaach this week. I have heard rave reviews from family and friends for years. So nice that they had benches to sit above the beach as it was a very cold day for walking. What a beautiful sight. Cliffs and islands all around really provide alot to see. The beaach isn't very big and the parking lot is tiny. I can't imagine what it might be like in the summer. In the off months it becomes a "dog" beach. This day there must have been 30 dogs and owners. It was fun to watch but disturbing that each dog left its "business" behind times 3. Some owners never picked up the remains. I wouldn't like to put my blanket down in July knowing what went on in the winter. How does the town clean it? Despite this the beach and all of Manchester by the Sea was wonderful to visit. Take some time to explore it is beautiful. .
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Date of experience: January 2020
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William McC wrote a review Oct 2019
Boston, Massachusetts305 contributions143 helpful votes
I'd heard about this place for decades, but somehow always managed to bypass it. I am happy to report that it lives up to the hype. It is a clean, near-perfect crescent which, from mid-October to mid-April, even welcomes dogs. On my visit on a perfect October morning, the sea sparkled in the autumn sunlight like a sapphire dream, and the horizon seemed to go on forever. You can drink in rewarding views in every direction, and the vibe is one of convivial welcome, for humans and canines alike. Whether the sand actually "sings" here I cannot say, but my heart did, and that was more than enough.
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Date of experience: October 2019
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ADrew wrote a review Oct 2019
Boston, Massachusetts3 contributions1 helpful vote
Our family lives in Boston, but we willingly make the trek to Singing Beach in the Summer. It is a very quiet beach, and not too crowded. We are not residents, so we have to pay (a nominal fee) to walk on the beach, less than $15, which is absolutely worth it. There is a great local ice cream shop, Captain Dusty's, on the drive back in through town which is worth stopping for.
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Date of experience: July 2019
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NATAŠA P wrote a review Sep 2019
Zalec, Slovenia86 contributions9 helpful votes
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Singing beach is located in Manchester by the sea, reachable jut 30 miles from Boston. There is parking place, during weekends for free. Must visit
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Date of experience: September 2019
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