This 1-Mile Trail At Ellisville Harbor State Park In Massachusetts Takes You To A Nearly Empty Beach

The beaches in Plymouth are always as beautiful as can be, but they tend to be quite noisy and crowded. Next time you’re looking for a relaxing nature hike to a gorgeous beachfront that’s nearly empty, head to Ellisville Harbor State Park. Within this nature preserve park, there’s a well-maintained paved path that’s only 1-mile long, and offers wonderful views of the park, and ultimately, the white, sandy beach. For a short and sweet hike to a beach that feels completely secluded, take Ellisville Harbor State Park Trail in Plymouth.

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