Where: Surf Drive Road, Falmouth View Map
Water Type: Salt water
Good for: Swimming, Skimboarding
Located not to far from Main Street, Surf Drive Beach has soft sand and offers calm waters making it a great spot for swimming. Parking is available for a daily fee.
Leslie M.Brooklyn, NY2 reviewsMember since: Jun 2020
So easy to get on, clean, nice crowd, sandy beach
Vanessa B.USA2 reviewsMember since: Jun 2022
This beach was walking distance from the home and convenient. Wish Dogs were allowed on the Beaches though.
Mary C.Chestnut Hill, MA3 reviewsMember since: Jan 2014
Great snack bar with all kinds of food from hamburgers, hot dogs to sandwiches. Plenty of choices for cold drinks, snacks and ice cream. Lifeguard on duty until after 4:00. Can buy permits by the day, week or season. Good parking lot and nice sand.
Jenny C.Croton On Hudson, NY2 reviewsMember since: Jul 2021
Entry price for non locals not too busy, very clean rest rooms, hot dogz, super clear water not pebbly lots of parking
James L.Princeton, MA2 reviewsMember since: Feb 2020
Great sand and the cove at the old pier is good for keeping an eye on the young kids.
Rachel S.USA2 reviewsMember since: May 2020
With jetties buffering the waves, the beach was clean and clear. Great time!
Jean F.Falmouth, MA1 reviewMember since: Apr 2017
This beach has an alcove area that was created by a break wall that is wonderful for toddlers and young children. The area to the right of the break wall has deeper water but no rough surf. The amount of seaweed is minimal in the water. I would suggest having kids wear water shoes due to the pebbles. There has been seaweed on the beach at the high tide mark. It also has restrooms, snack bar, and showers. A water tower by the parking lot can be used to rinse of sandy feet before getting into the car. There is ample parking immediately adjacent to the beach. The sand is soft. We love to go mid afternoon with the grandchildren.The main beach is on the corner of Shore Street and Surf drive.
Dan A.Seattle, WA2 reviewsMember since: Feb 2014
Open, wide, and alive. Also not many people around after 4:00 pm, which was perfect for us after the heat of the day passed, and cold beer could be had during the swimming.