Outdoors

Adventure. It’s what our founders did, and it’s still out there for anyone who seeks it. What will you discover? Click the filter categories to start your journey.

 
Dead Horse Beach
Dead Horse Beach
Located at the Salem Willows, Dead Horse Beach faces the Beverly harbor. It is one of the larger sandy beaches at The Willows and can...
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Forest River Park
Forest River Park
With lots of trees, a dazzling view of the harbor, bike paths, picnic areas, two beaches, a playground, swimming pool, a baseball field, and even...
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Salem Common
Salem Common
Right in the heart of downtown Salem, this grassy green 8-acre public park has been a common area since the 17th Century. Great for picnics,...
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Salem Willows
Salem Willows
The Salem Willows is a scenic, seaside public park. One of Salem’s Treasures, Salem Willows is a great way to spend the day. With a...
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Salem Woods
Salem Woods
Recognized by the Massachusetts Historical Commission and once used as a “common land” for pasturage of livestock in colonial times, the Salem Woods is now...
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Waikiki Beach
Waikiki Beach
Located at Winter Island, Waikiki Beach is a great place to go swimming, walking, or sightseeing with family, friends, or a special loved one.
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Winter Island Park
Winter Island Park
Come explore Winter Island! RV and tent camping, May 20-November 1. Walking tours of Winter Island, camp and gift store, function hall, public beach with...
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Derby Wharf Light Station
The Derby Wharf Light Station was constructed in 1871 to better assist ships entering Salem Harbor. The lighthouse features a unique square design, and is...
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Running/Walking
In 2012, the Road Runners Club of America, the oldest and largest distance running organization in the United States, designated Salem as a Runner-Friendly Community....
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