I love Fort Sewall for lying in the sun or reading or dozing off. It's right at the mouth of the harbor, directly across from Chandler Hovey Park out on the Neck. Well, of course they'd build the fort at the mouth of the harbor. It's not really easy to get to, you need to cross the entire breadth of Marblehead to get there and the streets are narrow. Parking right at the Fort is very limited. If you see a space on the street as you near the Fort I'd grab it. No sweat, the area is beautiful, nice quaint houses and a few restaurants so walking about is fun. There's a small beach right at the entrance to the park but it disappears at high tide but is nice. All sorts of old fortifications there, plenty of shade too which is nice. A few paths you can walk about tho the whole place is only about 1/4 mile by 1/4 mile. Walk to eating places if you want to partake before or after.
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