Formerly known as Woodbury Point, this former estate is a principal community park serving both city residents and…More Essex County region.
This 16 acre property features two public beaches, sandy volleyball court, two play structures, a concession stand, bathroom facilities, water fountain, picnic tables and benches located throughout the park, Concert Shell, Carriage House, and Italian Rose Garden.
There is a large parking lot at the opening of Lynch Park, and Beverly residents are allowed to park for free all year.
Memorial Day through Labor Day, non-Beverly residents must pay a parking fee.
Formerly called Ober Cove, lying between Burgess Point and Hospital Point, Rice's Beach is a portion of a privately…More owned launch area and beach.
The public may use the 40-foot right-of-way over the sandy beach to the ocean. It is also a public launch site. Visitors swim at their own risk--lifeguards are not in attendance.
There is no parking at Rice's Beach. Walkers can get to the beach through an access at Lynch Park.
Captain Dusty's Ice Cream 55 Ober St, Beverly, MA01915 Captain Dusty's Ice Cream of Lynch Park is one of two Captain Dusty's in Beverly, the other one being at Beverly Farms.…More This particular Captain Dusty's is an ice cream cart, and sells ice cream in a variety of styles and flavors. It is only open during the summer, or when events are occurring in the park, and is known for the friendly demeanor of its employees, many of whom are young students in high school or college.
Kayak Learning Center 15 Stone St, Beverly, MA01915-7313 Operated by founder Ed Duggan, Kayak Learning Center offers kayak and stand-up paddleboard classes, youth lessons,…More daily rentals and outrigging adventure reservations in the Northshore area. Classes are held at Lynch Park in Beverly. In addition to its daily, weekly and monthly programs, Kayak Learning Center offers private group events such as weddings, parties and company gatherings. It also hosts a surfski center and league.