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To get to Brown's most people wade/walk over during the lowest tide. If you don't want to wait you get take a boat, kayak, canoe, paddle-board, etc. There are paths to walk on and a swing set. Up top there are many places to safely...More
What a gem! Visited a little before low-tide and instead of waiting for the tide to fully go out we kayaked to the island. We had the place to ourselves and hiked the 3/4 mile of trail around the island. Some very nice ocean views...More
My brother and I walked to the Old Burial Hill and then to crowninshield island it's small but very nice
Make sure to go at low tide so you can walk over to the island and explore, just keep a close eye on the tide...More
The island is so much fun for going on an adventure. You can spend all day there walking around, looking for creatures or shells. Don't worry, the island is still accessible when the tide is in, you can kayak or canoe out to the island....More
A great spot for couples or family, I have gone there even in nasty weather and had it all to my self. YES you had better know your tide times!!!!! You can only go out at low tide and tides come in fast and the...More
I think walking across the flats at low tide to access this island is a Marblehead "must do" for reasonably fit families. You can climb to the rocks and enjoy a view past Salem Harbor to the islands further off and see all the sailboats...More
This is a breathtaking island that can be accessed during low tide during the summer months. It is a great sit back and sun and splash in the water destination. It gives you a little time to explore the rocky coast and more.