Directions: Route 6 to Lower Road to Robbins Hill Road to slight right on Saint's Landing Road
Smaller parking lot
Gentle waves that are good for children and families
Exploring the Brewster Flats, the plant life, and the aquatic environment
- Dates: Jun 15 to Sep 6, 2020
- Times: 9-4
- Visitor Sticker/Pass: $20 day, $150.00 season
- Resident Sticker/Pass: $25.00 season $40 for 3+ cars
- First come-first served. No guaranteed spot
- $40 fine for no sticker/pass
- Closed at 10:00 pm
- No cookouts on public beaches (private beaches with permit)
- No dogs on the beach in season May 15 – Sep 15
- Northside Beach: on Cape Cod Bay
- Brewster Flats: formed by sandbars, see at low-tide
- Shallow: Perfect for families with small children
- No lifeguards: at Bay Beaches
- Parking spaces: approximately 35-40
What makes Saint’s Landing unique?
Saint’s Landing is a small public beach that is not as popular as Breakwater with a good size parking lot for almost 40 cars. It’s a good alternative beach to check sometimes when the other beaches are overcrowded.
The Brewster Flats are formed by a sandbar that makes what I call a shallow swimming pool. Parents can relax and let the little ones splash around in the surf without being overtaken by gigantic waves. Disclaimer, you know you’ve always got to watch them though, you never know what they’re going to get into. At low tide, the flats become a playground for amateur oceanographers, big, small, young, and old. The array of sea life that one can observe here is magnificent and always changing. You’ll find tidal pools, clam beds, oyster farms, seaweed, marsh grass, small collectible stones, huge boulders, and more. The flats also make for dramatic photos at sundown as the tides make for rippled, wavy patterns in the sand that collect water and reflect back the amazing colors of the setting sun.
Saint’s Landing Photos
Saint’s Landing Beach Resource Pages