Boats sit atop one of the famous tidal flats of the Brewster beaches in Cape Cod.

Brewster Beaches

Located on the bay side of Cape Cod, Brewster beaches are known for their famous tidal flats, which stretch for miles during low tide. Often tucked into quiet seaside neighborhoods, the majority of beaches in Brewster have relatively small parking lots and tend to be less crowded than other spots on the Cape, especially when the tide is out. The calm, shallow waters are great for kids, but be aware that there are no lifeguards at any Brewster beaches.

Breakwater Beach

Breakwater Beach

One of the most popular beaches in Brewster among tourists and locals alike, Breakwater Beach offers spectacular views of the ...
Crosby Landing

Crosby Landing

When the tide is out the tidal flats of Crosby Landing stretch as far as the eye can see which is great for walking and ...
Ellis Landing

Ellis Landing

Tucked in among seaside cottages and Ocean Edge Resort, Ellis Landing has a private beach feel with spectacular sunsets and ...
First Light Beach

First Light Beach

Cape Cod's newest beach, First Light Beach opened in the summer of 2022 after the town of Brewster purchased the land from ...
Linnell Landing

Linnell Landing

Great for families with kids, when the tide is out at Linnell Landing there are endless tidal pools for exploring and shallow ...
Mant’s Landing

Mant’s Landing

Also known as Robins Hill Beach, Mant's Landing is a small marshy beach that expands as the tide goes out. ...
Paine’s Creek Beach

Paine’s Creek Beach

Wedged between the inlet of Paine’s Creek and Cape Cod bay, Paine’s Creek Beach offers unique features to explore and amazing ...
Point of Rocks Landing

Point of Rocks Landing

A quiet, hidden gem sandwiched between private beaches, Point of Rocks landing is located at the end of a dead end road in a ...
Saint’s Landing

Saint’s Landing

Saint's Landing is a small, narrow beach that expands for miles when the tide goes out, exposing the famous Brewster flats. ...
Spruce Hill

Spruce Hill

For adventurous types who aren’t afraid of a bit of a hike, the Spruce Hill conservation area has a trail that leads down to ...

Brewster Parking Rates

Daily $20
Season (Residents) $25
Season (Non-residents) $150


A Brewster beach pass is required to park at town beaches between the hours of 9am and 4pm from June 15th through September 4th. Parking is free all other times. Parking enforcement is conducted using plate reader technology and all lots are unattended, so passes must be purchased online in advance. Passes are valid for all Brewster beaches with the exception of First Light Beach, which requires a resident sticker.

For more information and to purchase passes visit:
brewster-ma.gov/beach-information