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Located in eastern Massachusetts in its southernmost part, Horseneck Beach State Reservation is a 600-acre salt marsh and barrier beach. The 2-mile long beach, part of Buzzards Bay, is breezy, pleasant, south-facing, and very popular among surfers; perfect for a cooling swim during the hot summer months. The beach and the marshes next to it comprise one of the major bird nesting habitats in the area. Behind the dunes, near a rocky headland called Gooseberry Neck located at the eastern end of the Reservation, is a well-organized 100-site campground. There are designated spots for swimming. Pets are not allowed on the beach.
5 John Reed Rd, Westport, MA 02790, USA
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