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Phillips Beach

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Phillips Beach
Ocean Avenue
Swampscott, Massachusetts 01907
Swampscott Beaches webpage

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Coordinates: 42.4722522, -70.8856278
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About Phillips Beach
Phillips Beach on Ocean Avenue has swimming, a lifeguard on duty 7 days a week from late June to mid-August, 10 a.m.- 4 p.m. There is resident parking on Ocean Avenue; a sticker is required.
From Swampscott Beaches webpage

Palmer Pond and the surrounding wetlands comprise an almost eighteen-acre wildlife conservation area just beyond the barrier dunes of Phillips beach. This thickly reedy area features a biodiverse growth of cattails and beach plums, of cord grass, and beach rose, with layers of peat that were deposited back when the area was a marsh. Palmer Pond is accessed through the end of Ocean Avenue near Phillips Beach, or from the soft, dimply sands of the beach itself.
From Swampscott Conservancy webpage