"Dig Your Toes In The Warm Sand At Swifts Beach..."
Swifts Beach is the poor relation to the biggest beach in Wareham, Onset Beach. Onset gets all the publicity, maintenance, attention, tourists and money. But the people who love Swifts, don't care if the tourists stay away because Swifts is an undiscovered gem, a diamond in the rough.
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Gross Not rated yet This storm drain is disgusting. I've personally seen it drain into the water with all it's filthy, leaf-filled, dirty street water. It leaves the beach …
It faces south onto Buzzards Bay and is a very safe beach for little kids because the beach does not have a sharp drop. At low tide, you can walk out two or three hundred feet and the water will only come up to your knees.
Perfect for little kids
Kids love the salt water creek that separatesthe main beach from the next beach, Swifts Neck Beach.
At high tide it's about four feet deep. At low tide, it's just a trickle and the rocks across the creek make it easy t pass from one beach to the next.
Kids love to move the rocks around and make a dam. There aren't enough small rocks to make a very tall dam, so the tide always wins. Stuffing seaweed and grass in the rocks' crannies, makes a better dam.
And the water temperature approaches seventy degrees in mid-summer.
The perfect temperature for a refreshing swim at high tide. Or a moonlight swim diving off the marsh bank in Mark's Cove, West of Swift's Beach.
Because it is located on the south side of Cape Cod, this beach receives Gulf Stream eddies and currants that bring tropical fish north veering off from their usual habitat.