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Sea Street (East Dennis)

Where: Sea Street, Dennis

Water Type: Salt water

Type: Calm

  • Amenities:
  • ParkingParking
  • LifeguardsLifeguards
  • BathBath

Good for: Swimming, Walking

About Sea Street (East Dennis): If you are looking for a soft, sandy beach then this is the one for you. This medium sized beach has calm waters and nice views making it a pleasant spot to spend the day. Parking is available for a $20 daily fee

Reviews (5 reviews total)

2 reviews
Member since: Feb 2017


You can walk a little bit to the west & there's a jetty to walk on & watch the boats come & go from harbor & saw people fishing which looked fun. There are people but it's not a mob scene. Then if you walk to the east you can go really far & feel like you are all alone. Very cool.

3 reviews
Member since: Jan 2007


Awesome beach. Same beautiful white sand and easy access as Mayflower but much quieter setting. Beach is much less crowded and it is a short walk to jetty at Sesuit Harbor. Get there early it is a small lot but well worth getting there before 9:30am.

Norwood, MA
3 reviews
Member since: Jan 2008


It is a little less busy and crowded than the very popular Mayflower Beach. Because the parking lot is not very large, you do need to arrive early to get a spot. There is a portable outhouse, but no food stand. But the ice cream truck comes by 2 or 3 times a day! Low tide results in great tidal pools for the little kids.

Simpsonville, SC
2 reviews
Member since: Dec 2013


Beautiful beach for walking adjacent to Sesuit Harbor, located in lovely Quivet Neck which in our opinion is the best of Cape Cod!

San Diego, CA
2 reviews
Member since: Mar 2015


We are from southern California, where you are towel-to-towel with about ten zillion other people in the summer. Here the beaches feel deserted, even when busy. On the Bay side, where the Citadel is located, the mood is serene. We dropped a shoe one day. About eight days later we found it on someone's private wall between the Citadel and the beach. They saved it for us and set it where we would find it. Unheard of in California.