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Welcome to Marshfield

Beachy oceanfront living in a suburban community.
Marshfield is a town in Plymouth County, along the Massachusetts South Shore. Marshfield has a population of approximately 25,000 residents where residents enjoy large homes and land lots. Marshfield offers a sparse suburban feel with access to the beach and the city. The residents are kind, and the school system is highly rated. It is a great place to live or to have a summer home. Marshfield attracts people to its five beautiful beaches, rivers, parks, and wildlife.

What to Love 

  • Beautiful beachfront homes
  • Ocean views, and activities
  • Family-friendly 

Local Lifestyle

Marshfield, Massachusetts, is a charming coastal community in Boston and Plymouth County. It's a welcoming, picturesque, seaside community surrounded by deep blue water, lush trees, and a nautical breeze. The diverse open space, rivers, and salty ocean waters result in miles of pristine shoreline and dunes. Marshfield is a small, quiet town, but it transitions into a bustling vacation destination in the summer. The amenities make it desirable for outdoor enthusiasts looking to indulge in the natural outdoors or obtain a vacation summer home.

Dining, Entertainment & Shopping 

Being surrounded by ocean waters should come as no surprise that most dining options highlight seafood. Restaurants have the luxury of catching, or locally sourcing, fresh fish and other ingredients. There's a wide range of quality dining options, which might make deciding tricky or exploratory, depending on how you look at it.

One of the local favorites is Green Harbor Lobster Pound. They are most noted for their trendy lobster rolls. You will find casual seafood dining and a fish market at Haddad’s Ocean Cafe. Stop by and grab their famous lobster casserole to make at home for a quick and scrumptious, no-fuss meal. Dine in for lunch and try one of their pizzas or sandwiches with crab cakes or fried calamari.

When you are craving classic American comfort food and a sports bar vibe, head to Cask ‘N Flagon. You can order take-out if in a hurry, but many stay and enjoy the atmosphere. Their Sunday brunch buffet is also a local favorite. Station 8 is where residents go for a casual, rustic pub experience. They have traditional favorites, such as shrimp scampi and braised short ribs along with rustic pizza.

Roht’s Marine is a full-service marina in Marshfield. Their friendly staff is ready to help you get your boat ready for the water or help you create an ocean adventure for your friends and family. If you want to leave Marshfield and venture into the neighboring towns, there's easy access to major routes, buses, and the Greenbush rail line.

Things to Do 

Whether you are looking for a family-friendly activity or for a more adventurous experience, there’s always something to do in Marshfield. A favorite local event is the Marshfield Fair. It traditionally takes place on the 62-acre Marshfield Fairgrounds at the end of August. At the fair, you can go on carnival rides, see livestock competitions, listen to music, and more.

Levitate Music & Arts Festival is a music festival featuring food trucks, vendors, and all different genres of music. Coffee & Connections is a monthly virtual gathering where the community connects. You can pour yourself a cup of coffee and join the conversation from the comfort of your own home. In the evenings, Wine Next Door event has delicious wine and chocolate pairings.


The Marshfield Public School District serves the students of the Marshfield community. It’s ranked as the #6 Best Public School District in Plymouth County.


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