Sandwich Boardwalk

Boardwalk Road, Sandwich, MA 02563
Families relax on the beach at Sandwich Boardwalk in Sandwich, Cape Cod.

Although the famous Sandwich Boardwalk has been closed due to storm damage, the beach it leads to remains open and as popular as ever. The scenic boardwalk is slated to be demolished and rebuilt with a re-opening target of 2024. In the meantime, the marshy beach can be accessed from the east end of the Town Neck Beach parking lot. The beach is great for kids, with shallow tidal pools to splash around in and hunt for critters. It’s also a popular spot for photography, birdwatching and sunsets.

Parking: 50 spaces

  • Daily $20
  • Weekly $50
  • Season $105
  • Season (Resident) $35

A Sandwich beach pass or daily fee is required to park at all Sandwich beaches between the hours of 9am – 5pm from Memorial Day until Labor Day, with the exception of Scusset Beach (fee required May 14th through October 30th). Parking is free all other times.

Resident passes are valid at all Sandwich beaches with the exception of Scusset Beach. Resident passes are also valid for Sandy Neck Beach in Barnstable. Non-resident passes are not valid for Scusset Beach, Wakeby Lake at Ryder Conservation, Snake Pond Beach, Peter’s Pond at Oakcrest Cove or Sandy Neck Beach.

For more information and to purchase passes visit:

No lifeguards
Portable toilets
Dogs allowed off-season only. No dogs April 1 through September 15.
Moderately crowded
Warm salt water