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Shell Point Beach is part of Onset Beach. It's a little cove area with a minimum of parking spots. It is serene. It isn't a crowded as the section of Onset Beach. It is clean, you can walk to the center of town should you...More
Visited on Thursday, August 2 around 5pm
- low tide (little to no waves).
- very few people
-great for young kids
-hermit crab A PLENTY
-snails A PLENTY
-smoke buds in sand
-parking cost (no street parking allowed)
Always clean, plenty of room to set up chairs & blanket. They have out house. Parking cost money but if your going to go there a lot get parking pass town hall $15.00 great view clean sand & u can go fishing from there. License...More
Tucked around a corner from Onset Beach, nestled at a quiet harbor, is Shell Point Beach. Quiet enough to hear the gentle waves lap against the small beachfront. Beautiful views of waterfront homes and sailboats lazily resting in its harbor. Definitely a hidden gem!
We have been visiting my in-laws n Onset for a few years now and Onset just keeps getting better and better! When we first started visiting it was a bit dirty and not well kept, but they are really stepping up their game!
You hardly have to look at the place and know you've hit a gem! The atmosphere is great and you can swim to your hearts content. (they even have a porta potty there! now that's new) It fills up fast so you better get there...More
Second annual Wareham trip to Onset Beach. The is a quiet town and the locals that I've met are very nice and friendly. The beach is sandy, the water is warmer and while there folks at Onset Beach, it doesn't get pack like Cape beaches....More
Beautiful sandy beach with a sand bar.Children love looking for hermit crabs,looking for shells and building sand castles. Very pretty scenery. Right next to snack bar,restrooms, outside shower and rent a kayak. Or buy a canal cruise ticket to see and learn about the canal...More