I don't get to Hammocks Beach as often as I like. It is a beautiful beach and a great place if you don't want to be around alot of people. During summer they do have life guards on duty. If you don't have a boat you take a ferry ride over then a 1/2 mile walk to the water side.... 更多
Catch the ferry ($5) leaves out every 30 minutes. Once on island easy 1/2 mile walk to beach access. They have a snack bar and bathhouse. The beach is not crowded , even on the most busiest of days! They have lifeguards on beach and state park rangers make patrols by truck around island. Can find lots of shells out... 更多
We have been to the area a number of times, but had not visited this park. We went on a HOT day with 3 generations of our family including a few small children (under 3). While you cannot bring carts to the island, strollers are allowed and made the walk from the dock to the beach easier for us. Only... 更多
Excellent place! very relaxing, very peaceful, a lovely place to spend time with family and friends. We did a good exercise walking to the beach and enjoying the outdoor.
We popped in for a visit while exploring, will plan on spending more time the next time we visit. Ferry boat rides to the public beach. Nice visitor's center with fun and educational displays.
Wow! This is so beautiful. The beach, the waves, like a dream. The ferry ride over is a wonderful experience too. The walk to the beach is about 1/2 mile, but the path is paved. It is not difficult at all, I wear a knee brace and I did it with ease. It is worth the walk, it is like... 更多
The park is well maintained. For a nominal fee you can take the ferry over to Bear Island which is a beautiful natural beach area. It's the best around.
We camped at site 1 for one night. There is a short ferry ride over to the island from the visitors center. Once you arrive at the island you have a walk to your site, and this is really the only down side to camping here. We were a family of five, and hiking in all your gear for five... 更多