We traveled to Gloucester with our two young children (two years and 9 weeks). We were really desperate for a playground so packed up our kids to go visit here one morning. You do have to pay to park but the park itself is free.
The playground seems fairly rundown. Some parts of some of the play structures have exposed nails, falling down boards and loose bits. Definitely not the safest playground.
The sandy beach had too much sea glass, some of it sharp and lots of trash. Not pleasant.
The thing that drove us away was the mosquitoes. They were really bad. Maybe it's just an August thing but truly aggressive. This wasn't a problem anywhere else in Gloucester.
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