Salisbury Beach State Park

212 Beach Road, Salisbury, Massachusetts
Public Park
4 reviews


Daily: $47 Reported 4 months ago
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  • Water
  • Electric
  • 50 Amp
  • Pets Allowed
  • Tents Allowed
  • Big Rig Access


Stayed: 09/17/17 to 09/18/17

“over priced”

Nice camp ground on the water, but way over crowded, rigs are stacked like cord wood, and the dump station had a line several units deep all the time. Water and Electric only on site. We had to share a faucet with our neighbor because there were not enough.

“Ocean swimming, natural beauty”

Only electric and water. Easy flat sites. Very clean and friendly. Water is crystal clear but cold. Clean bathrooms and shower. Very reasonable pricing when you consider it is $15-$20 a day to park near the beach around the corner in town. 
Stayed: 06/11/16 to 06/13/16

“Walking distance to beach”

Sites are close together but there is plenty of room in each site. We were here early June a lot of empty sites could be really crowded later in summer. Water and electric hook up in some sites 75 foot or better. Clean bathrooms and shower. Camp store is expensive. Walk or bike to beach. 

“3 night stay June 2015”

Great Park - clean facilities. Camp sites are very close together, but everyone was really cool. The beach is great, but if you're from the South, the water's COLD! Most people were wearing wet suits. The area around the park is a neat little beach town with plenty of places to eat good seafood. Markey's and Tuna Striker both had good food at reasonable prices.

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