Chapoquoit Beach

Chapoquoit Road, Falmouth, MA 02540
People relax along the jetty lined shore of Chapoquoit Beach in Falmouth, Cape Cod.

Located on the Buzzards Bay side of Falmouth, Chapoquoit Beach is a thin strip of jetty-backed beach known to locals as “Chappy”. Space can be a bit tight during high tide, and the parking lot is relatively small, so plan ahead to get a good spot. Kids will enjoy combing the shoreline for shells and body surfing in the waves. When the wind is howling kite surfers can often be seen offshore. Parking is limited to passholders only. Daily parking is available at Old Silver Beach a few miles to the north.

Parking: 108 spaces

  • 1-week $80
  • 2-week $130
  • 3-week $175
  • 4-week $225
  • Season (non-resident, staying in Falmouth) $275
  • Season (non-resident, not staying in Falmouth) $375
  • Season (resident) $40

A Falmouth beach sticker or daily fee is required to park at all public beaches from mid-June until mid-September, with the exception of Grew’s Pond and Trunk River Beach. Beach lots are free all other times. Weekly and seasonal passes are valid for all town beaches. Daily fee parking is only available at Menauhant Beach, Old Silver Beach, Surf Drive Beach and Surf Drive Beach Extension.

For more information and to purchase passes visit:

Lifeguards in season
Portable toilet
Dogs allowed offseason only. No dogs May 1st through September 30th.
Heavy crowds
Warm salt water