Smaller than Ridgevale and Forest Beaches, its nearest neighbors, Cockle Cove is a great choice for families especially those with small children. It has a life guard on duty during the season and bathrooms. Non-resident daily parking is $15, while a one-week sticker is $60 and a season sticker is $125. Non residents must purchase their passes by paying cash at the booth. Residents can get season stickers at the permit department at 283 George Ryder Road, (508) 945-5180.
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Cockle Cove is a Nantucket Sound family beach with small waves and warm waters making it a good choice for those with small children. It's a nice walking beach with a lovely bridge; and, a great launch site for windsurfers and kayakers.