We Cover the Waterfront!
Westford Parks & Recreation oversees two public beaches: Forge Pond and Edwards Beach. Forge Pond, located in Forge Village, can be reached by an access road running between Stony Brook and the railroad tracks off of Rt. 225 (Pleasant Street). Edwards Beach at Nabnasset Lake is located at the end of Williams Avenue off of Plain Road.
Westford Town Beaches
Season 2020: June 29 - August 23
Hours: Monday-Sunday, 9:00 a.m.- 5:00 p.m.
Fee: Westford Residents are free, but must have proof of residency.
Nonresidents are $5 per person, per day. (Charge includes access to the
Forge Beach Playground and the Ronan McElligott playground at Edwards Beach.)
Three and under, and 65 and over are free.
Nonresidents may purchase a season pass at the beaches for $75 for a family of five.
There will be NO Beach Concession Stands this summer.
Beach Rules and Regulations and Season Pass
Beach passes for non-residents are available during summer beach season. Learn More>
Please note: only Coast Guard approved flotation devices in good and serviceable condition may be used at Westford Town Beaches. The PFD (Personal Flotation Device) must be the appropriate size for the intended user. No lifeguards will be on duty.
PLEASE NOTE: There are no public boat launches in Westford.
Swimming Instruction at Edwards Beach Learn More>
Develop competency, confidence, and water safety skills in and around the water.
Concert on the Common will be cancelled this summer due to concerns around COVID 19.