Surfing in Rexhame beach, Marshfield, Massachusetts USA

Private Beach:
Rexhame beach is located on the northern coast of Marshfield. You need to know that this beach is private, so non-residents of Marshfield should pay a ticket ($10 during the week - $15 on weekends) when entering the parking lot.

You can avoid paying by not using it, but you will have to take a walk of about 20 to 30 minutes in order to reach the beach. The beach is long and sandy with several rocks and also reef in the sea, so you will definitely need reef walkers.

The wind is usually coming from the east or the north-west. The best swell direction is from the east and best wind direction from the west and north-west. Surfers of all levels can enjoy this beach but mostly amateurs, as the wind is calm most of the time, the waves are between 1-1.5 m/3-4 ft and the tide is usually low. In the few cases that the tide is high, the waves can reach up to 2.5 m/8 ft.

Rexhame beach has only few visitors during the week. On weekends, more people visit the spot and enjoy the sea along with several surfers, but it is never crowded. Marshfield town is close to the beach, so if you need a break in order to dine, you will identify many options.