Revere beach

Revere Beach

Located five miles North of Boston, the Revere Beach Reservation was the first public beach in the United States. The reservation, under the jurisdiction of the Department of Conservation and Recreation, includes three miles of coastline lined with a variety of commercial and residential space for residents and visitors to enjoy.

Visit Revere Beach

Conveniently located on two T-Stops, the beach can be accessed via the T’s Blue Line at the Wonderland and Revere Beach stop.

Revere Beach MBTA


Free 4-hour parking along Revere Boulevard.


Sand Sculpting Festival

Sand castle
Sand sculpture
Sand sculptures
Sand sculpture
Sand sculpture

The Revere Beach International Sand-Sculpting Festival, is annual contest where sand sculptors from around the world compete for the most creative work of art. The festival draws hundreds of thousands to the boulevard, with a wide variety of entertainment, food vendors, and much more!

The event is facilitated by the Revere Beach Partnership- an organization that consists of volunteers who strive toward the betterment of our beach. Their overall objective is to strengthen the role of Revere Beach in our community through preserving its valuable natural resources and its unique history as America’s first public beach. For more information on this organization and this year’s upcoming festival visit


Piping plovers on beach

Revere Beach is home to Piping Plovers, an endangered shore bird that inhabits approximately 15% of the beach. Please be conscientious of these protected areas that are fenced off and support our effort to conserve these rare birds. View more information about piping plovers.

Water Quality & Tides

Revere Beach’s water is tested regularly during the summer season.

The current water quality conditions will be updated here.

For tidal information visit NOAA’s Tides and Currents Chart.


Revere beach
Revere beach
Revere beach
Sunrise on Revere beach
Revere beach shorline
Revere beach