Where: Linnell Landing Rd, Brewster View Map
Water Type: Salt water
Good for: Beachcombing, Swimming, Walking
This bayside beach provides a great place for beach combing and exploring tidal pools. At high tide there is still plenty of beach for to set up beach chairs and umbrellas. This is a great beach for families with small children. parking is limited as the lot is quite small.
Gerhard P.2 reviewsMember since: Oct 2018
miles of pleasure at low tide
Stephen R.Whitefield, NH2 reviewsMember since: Jun 2009
great beach for the kids to collect hermit crabs, minnows and snails at low tide. Great swimming beach at high tide. Large beach with town land.
Liz M.USA2 reviewsMember since: Feb 2017
Excellent beach for families with small children. For a hot week in August, the beach was never over packed or crowded. Recommend water shoes during low tide as the walk to the water may be rocky in some areas.
Jessica M.Seymour, CT2 reviewsMember since: Jan 2016
Great beach! Love how the "Flats" are exposed at low tide. Able to play bocce and volleyball right on the beach. Kids love all of the tide pools and have spent hours searching for sea critters which are returned to the sea at high tide.
Margaret M S.Kingston, NY2 reviewsMember since: Jun 2010
We've stayed in multiple places every summer at the Cape. Linnell Landing Beach in Brewster is our favorite Bay side beach. Very sandy, minimum rocks to traverse and the " Brewster flats" when the tide is out is just great to walk, shell, and wade in the tide pools. So great for kids, especially the little ones! Quiet, uncrowded, peaceful place.
Katie D.Broad Brook, CT2 reviewsMember since: Dec 2014
Beautiful bay beach and great for the little kids. Bring your water shoes with the rocks and seaweed. Bring a kite too, the wind was perfect for it.
Heidi B.Coventry, CT3 reviewsMember since: Jun 2010
This was our go to beach. Ellis Landing a little more rocky to get out to water. Crosby was good too, more parking at Crosby if Linnell is full.
SARAH V.Canada2 reviewsMember since: Mar 2014
Not too many rocks and water was warmer.