Plymouth Long Beach is a barrier beach approximately three miles in length. It’s a dynamic, ever-changing environment that offers storm damage protection to our harbor, important wildlife habitat, and a multitude of recreational opportunities. The health and continued existence of the dune system depend on the ability of the beach to stabilize and rebuild dunes after natural erosion events. Beach grass and other dune plants have fibrous root systems that physically stabilize and help build dunes. These roots are easily damaged by foot and vehicle traffic. Please help protect the dunes by not walking or driving on or over the dunes or fragile vegetated areas. Seasonally, Plymouth Long Beach is home to a wide variety of shorebirds and other wildlife. Local, state, and federal laws protect the wildlife, its natural habitat and wetland resource areas. All other areas are readily available to the public. However, in some areas, both wildlife and recreational use of Plymouth Long Beach must coexist.
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