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Popponesset Beach, New Seabury

New Seabury, Massachusetts

0° N, 0° W

Where: Popponesset Beach, New Seabury View Map

Water Type: Salt water

Type: Calm


9 reviews

Raynham, MA
2 reviews
Member since: Apr 2018


Beautiful beach and very little seaweed on the days we visited

Mansfield, MA
2 reviews
Member since: Mar 2018


Private beach accessible through beach association only.....Simply stated beach with minimal crowd allowing for relaxing atmosphere on vacation!

Quincy, MA
2 reviews
Member since: Jun 2017


Pristine and quiet. Beautiful spot

Fayetteville, PA
2 reviews
Member since: Apr 2016


Popponessett is, by all means, our favorite beach. Even in the height of the season, the beach is never crowded. There is always lots of space for everyone.

Westford, MA
2 reviews
Member since: Feb 2012


The Spit is a really great beach with water access on both sides, Great for kids, no big crowds and a beautiful walk out the peninsula. Parking is very limited so I recommend one person dropping everyone off and then biking down or getting there before 9am or after 3pm.

Medfield, MA
2 reviews
Member since: Apr 2008


The Spit in New Seabury! Pristine but no services except Ice Cream Boat. Bay is safe and shallow. Wish I was there right now!

Winnetka, IL
2 reviews
Member since: Feb 2016


We love to visit "The Spit" off Poppinesset Island. It is fabulous for all ages. The Spit has an ocean side and a Poppinesset Bay side. The water is shallow and clear. LOVE IT!!

Plymouth, MA
2 reviews
Member since: Sep 2014


Popponesset Beach was a fantastic south facing sandy beach with warm ocean waters. Itwasn't private per se, but it felt like it was - we never felt crowded there - even in the middle of the summer! Superb sunrise! Talk about a hidden gem!

Hanover, MA
2 reviews
Member since: Jul 2007


(We got a packed vehicle down to the parking lot at the Spit early each morning. The lot only holds 5 cars. That way the coolers, chairs, beach toys, horseshoes, etc. were there when we were ready to hit the beach!) We prefer the Spit at Popponesset Beach. In addition to the ocean beach, there is an inlet where the kids catch crabs, little fish, etc. And...the Ice Cream Boat pulls right in there!