REVERE BEACH RESERVATION:
-BIKE IT OR HIKE IT-
Last Updated: August 15, 2015
Length: Revere Beach Trail; 2.8 miles
Difficulty: Easy. Flat concrete trail.
Follow I-90 east to East Boston where it become Route 1A. Take the Route 145 exit to Route 145 and turn right. Follow to the Route 145/Revere Beach Blvd traffic circle. You can park here or continue north along Revere Beach Blvd where there is parking all along the beach.
You can also access Revere Beach from the MBTA's "Blue Line". For information about taking your bike on the subway. See; MBTA/BIKES .
The Revere Beach Trail travels alongside Revere Beach Reservation. Overseen by the Mass DCR, Revere Beach was founded in 1895 as the first public beach in the United States. For more information visit; REVERE BEACH RESERVATION .
Starting from Ocean Pier Ave (Southern End); The extra wide sidewalk travels north past the Route 145/Revere Beach Blvd Traffic Circle parking area. The sidewalk widens further as you now travel between Revere Beach Blvd and Revere Beach. A seawall separates you from the wide beach. Pass by some restrooms at 0.3 miles, followed by two large picnic pavilions and a gazebo. Pass two more picnic pavilions at 0.8 miles, 1.2 miles and 1.6 miles. Pass by more restrooms at 1.8 miles where you'll also find a water fountain. Come to the Revere Beach Blvd/Lynnway Traffic Circle parking area where the trail ends after 2.8 miles. Across the Broad Sound is Nahant. See; Lynn Shore & Nahant Beach Reservation for more trails.
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