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Wood Neck Beach, Falmouth

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  • Estuary is a hidden gem. Fascinating wetlands ~ great place for kids to play in the shallow creek marsh that flows gently into the bay. On the other side is a small sandy beach for sunbathers, with sl...  more »
  • people sitting in cars, none out on the beach walking, dogs not allowed after May 15, washed the ocean splash upon the beach and listened to the waves  more »
  • You will need to purchase a beach parking sticker to park at the public beaches but this beach is relatively uncrowded. It can be full of stones so wear sandals.  more »
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  • Hands down the best Falmouth Beach. Perfect for kids who can explore in the marsh and float down the river during tide changes. Has porta potty and large parking lot.
  • Water shoes a must very rocky... lots of snails and crabs.. we had a great day with the kids
  • It's a enjoyable place the marsh and the beach. IF YOU haven't been well you will love it when it comes to skim boarding to boogyboarding swiming to snorkeling or tube ridding in the strefam to the marsh to the beach.
  • This is the ultimate family beach. There's a stream full of crabs and tiny fish that can be ridden on a body board as the tide goes in and out. It's normally windy so it's also a great beach for flying a kite. Water shoes are a must.
  • great place for kids and skimboarding