Welcome! We hope you enjoy your visit to Nantasket Beach in the town of Hull, MA. Open year-round, dawn to dusk. Lifeguards are on duty from late June to early September. Nantasket Beach has been a popular summer destination for city dwellers since the middle of the 19th century. The reservation encompasses 26 acres along one and a third miles of oceanfront. The historic Paragon Carousel evokes memories of the area's amusement park history. Band concerts and public dance lessons are popular summertime events.
Q: When are parking fees collected for the DCR Nantasket Beach lots?
A: Parking fees are collected between 8:00 am and 4:00 pm seven days a week. People arriving early are expected to pay when attendants arrive at 8:00 am or risk getting a ticket. We notify the early arrivals by signage and notices we place on windshields. As of July 1st, 2017, daily parking in the DCR lots is $15.00 per cars with in-state plates, $20.00 per car with out-of-state plates.
Q: Can I purchase a parking pass for the summer?
A: If you have a MA registration, you can go to the DCR office at 215 Nantasket Avenue, Hull, and purchase a calendar year pass for $60. It is good at the DCR (State) parking lots at Nantasket Beach and also at other DCR properties throughout the Commonwealth.
Q: How do I get to Nantasket Beach in Hull?
Q: When are Nantasket Beach comfort stations open?
A: Comfort stations open at 7:00 am daily. The Cook and Tivoli close at 6:00 pm. The MJM Bath House and Waiting room close at 8:00 pm.
Q: Are dogs allowed on Nantasket Beach?
A: Dogs are permitted seasonally. Dogs are prohibited from May 1st until September 15th on Nantasket Beach Reservation and from June 1st until September 15th on all Town of Hull beaches.
Q: How do I get more information about anything and everything Nantasket Beach?
A: Contact the local office of the Department of Conservation and Recreation at 781-925-1777. Click here for a link to their website.
Q: Are there restaurants near the beach?
A: There are! In fact, there are great restaurants throughout Hull either walking distance or a short car ride away. Some even deliver to the beach. Click here for a link to our restaurant members.
Q: How do I find out when high tide is at Nantasket Beach in Hull?
A: There are many places on the Internet to look up high tide at Nantasket Beach. Click here for one we like.
Q: How do I get permission to shoot a film in Hull?
A: Reach out to the Executive Director of the Hull Film Office, Randy Veraguas at Randy.Veraguas@Hotmail.com or call 781-635-5414.