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Crowninshield Island, Marblehead

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Crowninshield Island, also known as Brown's Island, is a small island off the shore of Marblehead, Massachusetts. Since 1955, it has been maintained by The Trustees of Reservations. For all Trustees of Reservations purposes, the island is referred to as Crowninshield Island, however federally the island is still maintained as "Brown's Island", and it remains better known by that name locally.
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  • This is fun. Crowninshield Island is opposite Beacon St. and Crowninshield Rd. in Marblehead. These are easy to find on a map. You can walk out there at low tide. There is a little public beach at...  more »
  • To get to Brown's most people wade/walk over during the lowest tide. If you don't want to wait you get take a boat, kayak, canoe, paddle-board, etc. There are paths to walk on and a swing set. Up top....  more »
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